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Neon Plaza, near Lowe's in Nampa, signs several tenants (access required)

Neon Plaza, under construction on the Nampa-Caldwell Boulevard in front of the Lowe’s store site, will include restaurant tenants. Operators of a Primo’s Pizza buffet eatery, a Quizno’s sandwich shop, a Coldstone Creamery ice cream shop and Fantastic Sams hair ...

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Small business index for Idaho drops due to tighter labor market (access required)

One small-business “optimism” index fell recently and another rose to its highest level in years – both partly because jobs are starting to show up in the heretofore “jobless recovery” of the U.S. economy. The Zions Bank Small Business Index ...

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SCP Global Technologies lands $25M in work (access required)

SCP Global Technologies has secured more than $25 million in orders for semiconductor wafer processing equipment, and says it’s regaining momentum following the technology downturn of the last two years. However, SCP said employment has shrunk to 365 company-wide following ...

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Boise’s Intermountain Venture Forum participants announced (access required)

Here are the companies to be featured at the Intermountain Venture Forum Oct. 1-2 at the Boise Centre on the Grove: * Acclima Inc., Meridian, involved in moisture-sensitive irrigation control. * American Semiconductor Inc., Boise, involved in semiconductor manufacturing. * ...

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WGI continues strong rebound from Ch. 11 filing (access required)

A diversified workload, and an emphasis on “cost-plus” projects rather than pure bidding, has helped Washington Group International Inc. post better-than-expected results this year. The engineering, construction and environmental services company has been performing better than even it expected since ...

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WGI's Mideast work includes Iraq projects (access required)

Washington Group International Inc. is working and waiting in the Middle East. WGI is involved in building a military base south of Kabul for the Afghan army, part of a $300 million package of Middle East work that the U.S. ...

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Developer changes plans for Carol Professional Center (access required)

Plans for part of Carol Professional Center have changed in response to market conditions. Jon Barnes of Properties West Inc., Boise, planned to develop two, two-story office buildings of more than 30,000 square feet each on the 4-plus acres fronting ...

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Albertsons Inc. stock drops on downgrade (access required)

Stock in Albertsons Inc. slipped early last week following analysts’ downgrades of the company and sector, though it traded near the middle of its one-year range. Merrill Lynch analyst Mark Husson downgraded Albertsons stock from “neutral” to “sell” on Sept. ...

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