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Advice from experts on domain registration (access required)

For those of you who don’t know, IdahoBusiness.net is the web product for the same company that publishes the Idaho Business Review newspaper. However, we didn’t acquire the domain IdahoBusinessReview.com until late last year. We were in the middle of ...

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AMI Semiconductor CEO sells $250k in options (access required)

The chief executive of AMIS Holdings Inc., the Pocatello maker of specialized semiconductors, exercised options for 25,000 shares of common stock under a prearranged trading plan, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing on Jan. 9. In a Form ...

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Boise Paper selling Salem plant (access required)

Boise Cascade LLC unit Boise Paper said it plans to close its paper converting facility in Salem, Ore. Boise Paper aims to phase out operations over the next nine months, the parent company said in a release. The company plans ...

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Possible data loss at University of Idaho (access required)

The University of Idaho is reporting a computer theft and thousands of people may be affected. Three University of Idaho desktop computers were stolen from the school’s Advancement Services office over the holidays. Now the school says that office may ...

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Micron lawsuit settlement – here’s some background (access required)

There is a settlement agreement in the civil lawsuit filed against Micron on behalf of consumers who purchased products with DRAM memory. As a result, according to a company press release, the company’s first-quarter earnings will be reduced “in an ...

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Why do you hate taxes? (access required)

The Idaho Chapter of the National Federation of Independent Business took a member survey prior to the current legislative session and released a report on the findings. According to the report: – 58 percent of business owners surveyed support shifting ...

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Legislative blogging: Who makes the rules? (access required)

Tired of hearing about rule changes in your industry until after the changes happen? Then you should have been paying attention to state government last spring and summer, months before the Legislature went into session. Rep. Max Black, R-Boise, is ...

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Micron settles class-action suit (access required)

Micron Technology has reached a settlement agreement in a class-action lawsuit brought by purchasers of its DRAM memory. As a result of the settlement, Micron expects to adjust its first-quarter fiscal 2007 earnings by up to $80 million. Micron said ...

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Discovery Channel duo to visit Boise State (6626) (access required)

“MythBusters” is one of the coolest shows on television. Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage pick an urban legend or scene from popular culture and try to physically recreate it in real life. My favorite episode was when they experimented with ...

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Some Jewel-Osco stores on SVU chopping block (access required)

Supermarket operator Supervalu Inc. announced Jan. 5 that company officials are considering selling 15 Jewel-Osco stores in the Milwaukee, Wis. area. The old Albertsons Inc., Boise, owned Jewel-Osco until mid-2006 when Supervalu, CVS Corp. and an investor group acquired Albertsons ...

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