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Four low-income Idaho credit unions awarded grants (access required)

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Four Idaho credit unions recently received more than $30,000 in grants from the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA). Grant awards, intended for low-income credit unions, ranged from $1,300 to $20,000, for a total of $2 million made to 203 credit ...

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Importance of medical records management intensifies in high-tech world (access required)

Health information management, which includes the management of medical records, is a field that is constantly evolving with advances in technology. “Health information is an exciting career,” said Julia Kendrick, regional health information management director for SSM Health Care Oklahoma. ...

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Round Up 11.30.18 (access required)

FRSTeam leased 8,000 square feet of industrial space at 10742 Executive Drive in Boise. Chris Pearson of Thornton Oliver Keller facilitated the transaction. SBJ, LLC leased industrial space in the Cloverdale 9 building at 1243 W. Executive Drive in Boise. ...

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Small biz lender to set up shop in Boise’s Pinnacle Square (access required)

A Bellevue, Washington-based small business lender’s expansion to Boise not only will result in the hiring of up to 100 employees over the next few years, but the company will occupy a significant amount of office space to house its ...

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Committee votes to ease occupational licensing requirements (access required)

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An interim committee on occupational licensing plans to bring forth legislation during the upcoming legislative session to make it easier for people to enter licensed professions. In particular, members of the Occupational Licensing and Certification Laws Committee said during its ...

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Virtual reality playing a role in health care

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This is the second story in a three-part series on virtual reality.  We’re a ways from using it in areas such as surgery and other medical procedures, but virtual reality (VR) is playing an increasingly larger role in health care. ...

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Cybercriminals targeting accounting and tax professionals

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Early 20th-century bank robber Willie Sutton apocryphally said he robbed banks because that’s where the money was. Using that same logic, cybercriminals are bypassing individual companies, instead hacking accounting and tax professionals. “It is a big concern for us,” said ...

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Beverly Hills-based company grows Boise apartment portfolio (access required)

A Beverly Hills, California-based real estate investment company has acquired a 188-unit apartment complex in southeast Boise, adding to its already sizable portfolio in the City of Trees. Kennedy Wilson announced Nov. 21 that it paid $24 million to buy ...

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