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Idaho Commerce Dept. director on tech: ‘I agree we could do better’ (access required)

Roger Madsen, director of the Idaho Department of Commerce and Labor, said he has no problem with the splitting the department into two separate entities, and said he plans to work with the governor on science and technology issues.   ...

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Precision Craft Log and Timber Homes awarded copyright damages (access required)

Meridian-based Precision Craft Log and Timber Homes was awarded $300,000 in copyright infringement damages from an Arizona company that copied Precision’s architectural designs. Precision Craft claimed that The Cabin Kit Co. copied architectural plans that were posted on Precision Craft’s ...

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Jesus warned about the future of downtown Boise (access required)

Boise Hole     Idaho's largest city has an ugly pit of rebar at 8th and Main in the heart of downtown. A high-rise project planned for the site fell through the first time when the developer didn't line up proper financing, and ...

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Analysts have mixed outlook for Micron stock (access required)

Micron Technology Inc. stock traded near its one-year low heading into the company’s Winter Analyst Conference Feb. 9 at Sun Valley Resort. Analysts give mixed prospects for Micron, which closed at $12.97 Feb. 7. The one-year low, $12.79, came Jan. ...

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CCDC awards 8th and River project to Rivers (access required)

Capital City Development Corp.’s Board of Commissioners unanimously chose Mark Rivers’ firm, Brix/BoDo South, to develop a project on its property at Eighth and River streets.   “This is a critical set piece in downtown Boise,” Commissioner Alan Shealy said. ...

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Workplace drug testing programs still popular (access required)

Business signups with DrugFree Idaho are increasing lately, despite a tight labor market, Executive Director Marianne King said. The Boise nonprofit is a third-party administrator of drug-free workplace programs. Drug testing and education are among program components. “We hear a ...

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Business Briefs (access required)

Boise energy company receives governor’s award Idaho Business Review U.S. Geothermal, a Boise-based renewable energy development company, was the recipient of the Governor’s Clean Energy Award at the recent Harvesting Clean Energy Conference. The award recognizes U.S. Geothermal contribution to ...

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CORRECTION (access required)

A Jan. 22 story, ‘U of I engineering school turns 100,’ mistakenly reported that graduate enrollment in engineering programs at the University of Idaho is four times that of BSU. Graduate enrollment at Boise State is 270, while the University ...

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MBK Northwest purchases 155,000-square foot Boise shopping center (access required)

Boise’s Five Mile Plaza has new owners.   Albertsons is among occupants of the 155,000-square-foot shopping center at Five Mile and Overland roads in southwest Boise.   MBK Northwest, Lake Oswego, Ore., acquired the shopping center from Five Mile Plaza ...

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