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Albertsons reports year-over-year financial improvement

The Boise-based Albertsons Companies, Inc. on July 16 reported improved results for its fiscal first quarter. Albertsons posted a quarterly loss of $17.7 million for the 16 weeks ended June 16, compared with a loss of $204.9 million a year ...

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US retail sales rise at a healthy 0.5 percent pace in June

U.S. retail sales rose at a solid pace last month despite higher prices and modest wage gains, a sign of underlying consumer optimism. The Commerce Department said July 16 that sales at retailers and restaurants increased 0.5 percent in June, ...

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Idaho Central Credit Union acquires 50-acre Meridian Elks Rehab property (access required)

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Idaho Central Credit Union has acquired more than 50 acres of prime development land in Meridian for a regional mortgage and call center. The acquisition could presage a new burst of development in the area. The parcel is located along ...

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Senior living developers describe a saturated market

Developers of senior housing describe a saturated market in much of the Treasure Valley. Jeremy Garner, president of Veranda Senior Living, said several new providers – many without experience – have entered the local market to serve the seniors expected ...

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Idaho Credit Union League formalizes NWCUA merger

The merger between the Idaho Credit Union League (ICUL) and the Northwest Credit Union Association (NWCUA) is now final after a positive vote from a majority of its 184 members. The organization, which now represents credit unions from Oregon and Washington ...

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CWI halts truck-driving program, citing drop in interest

The College of Western Idaho has decided to halt new enrollment for its professional truck driving program, citing a decrease in interest. KTVB-TV reported July 12 that the move comes as Idaho and other parts of the country are seeing ...

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Chobani says county over-assessed property by $216 million

The assessed value of yogurt company Chobani’s Twin Falls plant is $216 million higher than it should be, company officials said. the Twin Falls County assessor’s office had initially valued the property at more than $495 million, the Times-News reported ...

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Are you ready for video banking? (access required)

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It’s still a nascent technology, but Idaho financial institutions are looking into video banking. Video banking falls into three categories: interactive teller machines (ITMs) that include video in the ATM, video in the branch office, and online video via smartphone ...

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Roundup 7.13.18 (access required)

VACCOR LLC purchased 4.16 acres at 1183-1277 E. Exchange St. in Boise. Michael Bergmann of Lee & Associates Idaho, LLC represented the buyer. Matt Nauman of Cushman & Wakefield Pacific represented the seller. Red Mountain Capital LLC purchased a 2,750-square-foot ...

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