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Women bankers sound upbeat on room to rise up executive ladder (access required)

By Brad Carlson IDAHO BUSINESS REVIEW Banking – one of the first industries to hire women – has a fair number of women in middle and senior management jobs. But do they have the same opportunities as men? Several women ...

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roundup (access required)

Round-Up Jack In the Box Inc. purchased half an acre in the Northgate Shopping Center, at Glenwood and State Streets, Boise, for a restaurant, to be built this summer. Ramona Thornton of RFR Properties represented the buyer and Bob Mitchell ...

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roundup (access required)

Round-up Business Technology Solutions, a technology support center, leased 2,145 square feet in Silverton Plaza at 290 Bobwhite Court. Boise. Jennifer Fratusco of Colliers International handled the transaction. Sue Cook Design leased an additional 4,000 square feet at 307 E. ...

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Fruitland tweaks Plan toward commercial growth (access required)

By Brad Carlson IDAHO BUSINESS REVIEW Fruitland has updated its Comprehensive Plan and Future Land Use Map, envisioning commercial development where agricultural land now predominates – along U.S. 95 between downtown and Interstate 84. Some Payette County residents and local ...

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Commercial real estate looks up (access required)

By Brad Carlson IDAHO BUSINESS REVIEW Several commercial real estate firms grew, shrank or otherwise reorganized in the Boise area in the past year, but those changes had minimal bottom-line impact compared to how their individual brokers dealt with a ...

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Do you think the sixth sales-tax cent should be continued after 2005? (access required)

The 6 percent tax should be repealed as it makes Idaho businesses non-competitive with neighboring states. Many of us in the Treasure Valley go to Ontario to buy big items, food, and many other items just for that reason and ...

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Credit unions hope to make it their year (access required)

By Brad Carlson IDAHO BUSINESS REVIEW Amid a fading home refinance market and improving stock market, Idaho credit unions are taking a fresh approach to growing assets this year, industry sources agree. Two of the state’s largest credit unions, Idaho ...

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