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Leads for the Week of 4.19 (access required)

Business Leads (Includes new business listings, State tax liens / releases, Federal tax liens / releases) Construction Leads (Includes building permits from across the state) Ada & Canyon Court Records (Includes civil court filings, judgments, claims of lien, release of liens, marriages, ...

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Weiser to get an Icon Credit Union in July (access required)

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Icon Credit Union is opening a Weiser branch inside the Ridley’s Family Market currently under construction — the community’s first credit union since 2015. The full-service branch will let customers open new accounts and apply for consumer, mortgage and business loans. ...

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Catching up with SMHeuristics, as it adds products to its marketing services (access required)

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It’s not unusual for technology startups to hire people to help develop the initial product, but SMHeuristics is on the opposite side: Startup companies, and some established ones, hire it to help find customers. Some people call such companies “growth ...

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Real or artificial? Tech titans declare AI ethics concerns

The biggest tech companies want you to know that they’re taking special care to ensure that their use of artificial intelligence to sift through mountains of data, analyze faces or build virtual assistants doesn’t spill over to the dark side. ...

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Umpqua adds personal banker to banking app (access required)

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Correction: This story has been updated to correct the number of digital bankers. There will be 250, not 200. The story also incorrectly stated that personal bankers are not available in Boise. A new banking app from Umpqua Bank will ...

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Marlene Tromp named Boise State University’s seventh president

The Idaho State Board of Education has named Marlene Tromp the seventh president of Boise State University. She will be the institution’s first woman president. A first-generation college graduate from Wyoming, Tromp is currently campus provost and executive vice chancellor at ...

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Idaho, Forest Service partner to plant trees on private land

OROFINO, Idaho (AP) — Money generated from an Idaho partnership with the U.S. Forest Service involving timber sales on federal land is being used for the first time on private land for wildfire restoration work. The Idaho Department of Lands ...

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US new-home sales climbed 4.5% in March

WASHINGTON (AP) — Sales of new U.S. homes increased 4.5% in March, the third straight monthly gain as the housing market appears to be cautiously recovering from a mortgage rate spike last year that caused homebuying to slump. The Commerce ...

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Drone company set to start delivering packages in Virginia

BLACKSBURG, Va. (AP) — The Federal Aviation Administration has given the green light to a drone delivery company to start delivering packages in Blacksburg, Virginia. The Washington Post reports that Wing is the first company to be certified as an ...

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