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A bad day for stocks: How did Idaho do? (access required)

It was bloody day on Wall Street. Fears about the state of the U.S. economy on the heels of Alan Greenspan’s dire prediction and after a huge sell-off in the Chinese stock market led to the worst day for the U.S. ...

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Bid Briefs (access required)

Lake Club Gozzer Ranch is planned on the west side of Arrow Point adjacent to Lake Coeur d’Alene. Details of the three-building, 42,000-square-foot project are available from Ginno Construction, 106 E. Poplar Ave., Coeur d’Alene, Idaho 83814. A bid opening ...

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CONTRACTS (access required)

Layton Construction Co., Boise and Sandy, Utah, was awarded a contract for press boxes and sky suites at the Boise State University Bronco Stadium. Cost estimate: $32 million. Layton Construction Co., Sandy, Utah, was awarded a contract for a building ...

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Personal property tax legislation stuck in committee (access required)

Legislation to roll back the personal property tax took a small step forward, but the bill still had not left the House Revenue and Taxation Committee as of Monday morning. The bill itself would phase out personal property tax on ...

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A conversation with founder of es/drake — Focus (7011) (access required)

Bill Drake is CEO and president of es/drake, a Boise marketing and communications firm in business since 1978 and employing 32. He started his career in 1966 working public relations in Philadelphia. He returned to Boise in 1969, working for ...

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Another Idaho story in The New York Times (access required)

Earlier this month I blogged about a feature story in the New York Times about the battle over the Statehouse expansion project. The Times has another story with an Idaho focus, this time on Buck Knives, a former California company ...

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CORRECTION (access required)

A story in last week’s Idaho Business Review about META and EntrepreneurshipWeek USA requires a correction. A workshop Feb. 27 at 11:45 a.m. has three scheduled panelists. The story last week said all three panelists were         supported by META. In ...

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