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Correction: Zilog looks toward post-reorganization growth (access required)

Correction: Zilog looks toward post-reorganization growthBy Brad CarlsonJune 24, 2002 Perry Grace is chief financial officer of Zilog Inc. A June 24 story on the company identified him as CEO. The IBR regrets the error.

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CORRECTION: “Durkin sued by backer of shopping centers”By Steven AndersonSeptember 9, 2002 A story in the Sept. 9 Business Review, headlined “Durkin sued by backer of shopping centers,” said Larry Durkin alleged in a counterclaim that Nick Vidalakis, in letters ...

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Hewlett-Packard's IT boss says tech recovery will be slow in ’03 (access required)

The Information Technology sector will continue laboring well into next year, so IT companies must work harder to get into shape to catch the rebound when it finally comes, the head of Hewlett-Packard Co.’s Solutions Architecture for the Western region ...

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CORRECTION: “Insurance agency McDonald aims to grow with Boise office”By Brad CarlsonOctober 1, 2001 An article in the Oct. 1 Business Review, headlined “Insurance agency McDonald aims to grow with Boise office,” said McDonald had added two former Marsh Advantage ...

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CORRECTION: Unemployment in the Treasure Valley reaches 3.9% (access required)

CORRECTION: Unemployment in the Treasure Valley reaches 3.9%By Steven AndersonAugust 6, 2001 A story in the Aug. 6 Business Review said unemployment in the Treasure Valley reached 3.9 percent, but remained at 4.8 percent statewide. Information received after press time ...

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2nd Boise Flowerama shop slated for Orchard Street (access required)

Flowerama of America, an Iowa-based chain of plant shops, plans to open a second Boise store later this month at Orchard Street and Franklin Road, adjacent to Clothesline Cleaners. Franchisees John and Rachel Courtright of Kuna opened the first Idaho ...

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Idaho Fleet Services builds shop, office in Meridian (access required)

Idaho Fleet Service Inc., which specializes in commercial vehicle maintenance, has started construction on a shop and office building on Baltic Place north of Franklin Road, Meridian. Jerry Cripe, president and business manager, said Idaho Fleet will own the 11,700-square-foot ...

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Mexican baker Panaderia sees market in Boise (access required)

Panaderia & Pasteleria, a Jerome-based Mexican bakery, plans to open a second Idaho bakery in Boise before the end of November in the Shiloh Centre on Fairview Avenue between Maple Grove Road and Milwaukee Street. Owners Abel and Sandra Ornelas ...

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Crucial Technology meets upgrade demands (access required)

It’s become a more crucial part of Micron. Crucial Technology, a division of Micron Semiconductor Inc., markets memory upgrade products for computer devices. “Crucial fills a niche in the aftermarket where Micron did not have a presence previously,” said Mike ...

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Developer says work on Boise Tower may resume (access required)

New construction work on the stalled Boise Tower project could begin this week if details of a pre-construction agreement with the city are accepted, developer Rick Peterson said last week. Peterson said he and others associated with the $60 million ...

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