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Piper Jaffray veteran changes firms (access required)

Longtime Boise investment pro Mark Daly is leaving Piper Jaffray, a company that acquired his grandfather’s firm in 1975. On June 30, Daly joined as a full partner in what is now Rathbone McReynolds & Daly Investment Consulting. He brought ...

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More Idaho banks report second quarter earnings (access required)

Mountain West Bank, Banner Bank, Intermountain Community Bank and the privately-held D.L. Evans Bank, reported gains in earnings, assets and loans for the June 30 period. The comparisons below are from 2005 to the same period in 2006. Mountain West ...

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Housing – By The Numbers (access required)

$225,150 New FHA mortgage limit for single-family homes or condos. $200,160 Same number in January 2006. $172,632 Same number in January 2005. 20.3 % Year-over-year increase in Idaho home prices last quarter. 27.5 % Same number for the Boise and ...

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Members address IACI “split” rumors (access required)

The Idaho Association of Commerce & Industry isn’t struggling, its leaders said. IACI — which includes the Idaho Business Review among its 300 members — adopted a new strategic plan and raised dues at its annual convention last month. The ...

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Jackson Video nominated for Hanley Awards (access required)

Jackson Video Services was recently nominated for two Hanley Awards at the 6th annual Home Video Studio Getaway in Las Vegas. HVS is the largest network of independently-owned, home-based video companies, with almost 90 studios located throughout the U.S. and ...

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Albertsons to help fund solar power education program in Boise (access required)

Albertsons — and new parent company Supervalu — will contribute $8,000 to the City of Boise Parks and Recreation Department to complete a solar power education and outreach program. The funding will be used to install a 2.2 kilowatt demonstration ...

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People (access required)

California economic leader to head up Boise Valley Econ. Partnership Paul Hiller, head of California’s third-largest economic development corporation, hasbeen hired to head the fledgling Boise Valley Economic Partnership (BVEP). Hiller was chosen after a four-month nationwide search and will ...

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Business Calendar (access required)

TUESDAY, AUGUST 8 Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce Lunch-n-Learn, “Off the Wall Marketing Tactics,” 11:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m., chamber offices, lower level conference center, 250 S. Fifth St., Boise. Cost: $20 for members, $30 for non-members. Information/reservations: 472-5258 or ...

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Round Up (access required)

Harry’s Bar and Grill has leased space in a new Meridian complex that began construction July 1. The project (a rendering is shown above) sits at the intersection of Overland and Millennium in front of the Majestic Movie Theater. The ...

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Philanthropist gutting building to create “green” office space (access required)

At the end of 2005, Velma Morrison acquired from Ivan Strand a three-story office building at 815 Park Blvd. in Boise. Morrison is a long-time Boise philanthropist and widow of the late Harry W. Morrison, one of the founders of ...

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