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Correction (access required)

A story in the March 3 issue of the Business Review, headlined “Tough times can be golden, Valley ad agencies discover,” incorrectly said WHO Marketing Communications relocated to Boise from Portland in 2001. The firm opened in Boise in July ...

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New game by Deal With It targets youth (access required)

After seven years of presenting and selling “Deal With It” card games, designed to help managers train employees, Ric Simmons heard the big question. Can you make a game that helps me talk to my child? Simmons and his company, ...

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Religious radio group heads for larger quarters (access required)

Construction of a new headquarters and studio for the “Inspirational Family Radio” group of three south Idaho religious stations is expected to be completed next month. KSPD Inc. expects an April 7 move to a two-story building of 3,600 square ...

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Commentary: Wireless LAN standards multiply like hamsters (access required)

With companies spooked by rumors of wireless LANs’ lack of security, interoperability, and reliability, many wireless vendors have spent the past year trying to hammer out solutions to the wireless despair. The result of this one-year incubation period: an alphabet ...

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Glazed Over Donuts opens shop in Eagle (access required)

The doughnut-hungry Treasure Valley got another source of sinful sweets last week, but it doesn’t start with a ‘K’. Nearly a year after it debuted near downtown Boise, independent doughnut maker Glazed Over Donuts last week opened a second Valley ...

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Trio launches new firm, McMillen Buckley Investment Consulting (access required)

McMillen Buckley Inc., doing business as McMillen Buckley Investment Consulting, recently opened in Boise. The firm targets foundations, endowments, corporations and high-net-worth private clients. It is not affiliated with any other company. Michael McMillen, John Buckley and Brandee Schuelke own ...

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Regence BlueShield of Idaho to broaden insurance offerings (access required)

A new plan by Regence BlueShield of Idaho aims to increase health-care benefit options and affordability for employers of various sizes, and make coverage available to many more Idaho residents. Regence Select will give employers, with staffs as small as ...

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Home sales slide, MLS says (access required)

Home sales dropped seasonally between December and January in Ada and Canyon counties, but generally were above those of January 2002, the Intermountain Multiple Listing Service says.The decreases reflected seasonal factors as well as concerns about the economy and potential ...

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Boise-area home sales slide, Intermountain Multiple Listing Service says (access required)

Home sales dropped seasonally between December and January in Ada and Canyon counties, but generally were above those of January 2002, the Intermountain Multiple Listing Service says. The decreases reflected seasonal factors as well as concerns about the economy and ...

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Zilog Inc. to lay off 70 at Nampa computer chip plant (access required)

Zilog Inc. soon will lay off 70 people at its Nampa computer chip plant – about one-third of the workforce – but has not made a final decision on whether to close the plant, the company said. Corporate spokeswoman Diana ...

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