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Albertsons units boost Supervalu outlook (access required)

Supervalu’s acquisition of selected Albertsons stores is paying off. Minnesota-based Supervalu on Dec. 13 raised its fiscal 2007 guidance, citing the benefits of the purchase of select Albertsons locations last June. The chain upped earnings guidance to a range between ...

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UPDATE: An end to viral marketing? (access required)

(Note: Comments added by two Idaho marketing pros.) The Federal Trade Commission will start requiring advertisers that engage in word-of-mouth marketing to disclose the company they are representing. The Washington Post has the story. Viral marketing is supposed to be ...

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Question of the day (access required)

I’m going to try something new here, and I need your help. One of the main goals with this site is to create a forum for discussions and ideas. To get that going, I’m going to start posting a question ...

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Canyon County commercial construction matched by strong demand (access required)

Commercial developers were busier than ever this year in Canyon County – and vacancy rates still dropped. A new report by Nampa-based Gunstream Commercial Real Estate surveyed more than 15.7 million square feet of office, retail and industrial space in ...

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Free job safety training conference this week (access required)

The second annual “SafetyFest of the Great Northwest” offers free job safety training this week. Conference hosts include the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Washington Group International, the Idaho Chapter of Associated General Contractors, the Snake ...

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Crucial, Vista and what you really need (access required)

Crucial Technology, Micron Technology’s direct sales unit, is offering an “innovative” system scanner tool that tells users if they have enough system memory to run Vista, the latest version of Microsoft’s Windows operating system. Vista is the first major update ...

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Idaho among top in U.S. for home value appreciation rate (access required)

Home prices in Idaho rose the fastest of any state in the third quarter of 2006, according to a recently released federal report. The Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight said home prices appreciated 17.5 percent in Idaho compared with ...

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Dad's words stick with CEO (access required)

Northwind makes $50 million per year, has 22 offices and more than 300 employees. The Eastern Idaho environmental engineering and construction company is run by a woman with a good story to tell … “Sometime it surprises me, to be ...

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