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Business community hopeful after election results (access required)

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Results of the Nov. 6 election in Idaho, with the victory of Lt. Gov. Brad Little as governor, signaled pretty much a continuation of policies of the past 12 years. “On the most part, it’s ‘keep on truckin’,’” said Rick ...

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US job openings dip but still exceed number of unemployed (access required)

The number of jobs posted by U.S. employers declined slightly in September but still exceeded the number of unemployed Americans and remained near a two-decade high. The report from the Labor Department is the latest evidence that U.S. companies are ...

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All IBR tech stories free to non-subscribers during November (access required)

To celebrate our new technology email newsletter, the Idaho Business Review will release all tech stories free to non-subscribers this month. The IBR is also offering a discounted digital subscription rate – $79 for full access to all IBR stories ...

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ISU physical therapy program offers high-tech distance learning options

While physical therapy is a decidedly hands-on field, students in Meridian and Pocatello are finding that their professional training is getting a boost from technology. When Idaho State University’s Meridian campus expanded its physical therapy program this year, the school ...

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Katching up with Kount

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Historically hidden in the back office, Boise’s Kount is stepping into the forefront, not only figuratively but literally. Kount, now with 158 employees tucked in the Lusk Neighborhood near Boise State University, is in the process of remodeling a new ...

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Post-recession, more students see law career as a way to give back

For today’s generation of aspiring law students, a career in the law is less about making a buck, and more about making an impact, a new study suggests. According to a survey conducted by Gallup for the Association of American ...

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Capital City Public Market credits events, hotels for growth

Mona Warchol is executive director of the Capital City Public Market, which fills several blocks of downtown Boise with locals and out-of-towners every Saturday morning from April through December. More than 125 vendors at the 24-year-old market sell produce, baked ...

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Pocatello is on the verge of major Northgate home, tech, retail, office project (access required)

Before you can build, you need a road. Olympus Drive now reaches north into the ambitious Northgate development that proposes as many as 10,000 new homes and a 1-million-square-foot technology park along with an array of retail and office opportunities ...

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