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Bloggers beat up on Micron (access required)

The last two weeks of Internet chatter were not good for Idaho's largest private employer. The company was again the focal point of takeover rumors. (Read more here.) And their growth into the flash memory market tickles the sweet spot of ...

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Ethanol producer coming to Burley (access required)

Pacific Ethanol Inc. plans to build an ethanol production facility in Burley, employing about 40. The company expects construction to start soon and conclude in about a year on 177 acres, a news release from the Southern Idaho Economic Development ...

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Kai Ryssdal wants you to enjoy business news (access required)

Kai Ryssdal American Public Media’s “Marketplace” is one of the more popular shows on public radio. Its best known for a daily look at stocks. A rising market is reported with “We’re in the Money” playing in the background. If ...

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Idaho Independent Bank to open in Eagle (access required)

Idaho Independent Bank plans a branch office at 560 E. State St., Eagle.The Coeur d’Alene-bank with major operations in southwest Idaho also recently announced gains in earnings and total assets for 2006.   Idaho Independent recently applied with the Federal ...

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Wind farm planned near Glenns Ferry (6741) (access required)

Idaho Power Co. seeks regulatory approval of a sales agreement with Idaho Winds LLC, which plans to build a wind generation project six miles northwest of Glenns Ferry. The Idaho Public Utilities Commission will take comments through Feb. 9 on ...

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What’s on your RSS reader? Tell me what I’m missing (access required)

By the way, there are many other sites I check. But if a site doesn’t have an RSS feed (most Idaho newspapers do not) I don’t check often.   My Blog – The BizBlog here at IdahoBusiness.net   Blogging Expertise ...

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Boise State president makes pitch to Legislature (access required)

It’s education week at the Joint Finance and Appropriations Committee of the Idaho Legislature. Boise State University President Bob Kustra testified in front of the committee Monday morning, highlighting the university’s accomplishments. The College of Engineering is ranked 12th in ...

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NNU enrolling students for health care MBA (access required)

The Northwest Nazarene University School of Business is accepting applications for its new Master of Business Administration degree program specifically designed for the medical community. Classes start in March. NNU said in a release that the school’s MBA in health ...

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Sales tax exemptions would get new scrutiny under legislative proposal (access required)

Sorting out which Idaho sales-tax exemptions should stay, go or be added is best done by a permanent commission. At least, that’s Rep. Tom Trail’s view. The Moscow Republican plans to introduce legislation that would create a seven-member panel to ...

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The new Meridian City Hall (access required)

The folks over at the SkyScraper Page forum have scrounged up renderings of the new Meridian City Hall. (The forum occasionally has traffic problems, but keep trying the link.) The new building will go up at the site of the ...

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