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SMHeuristics, Megaforce poised to formalize relationship (access required)

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With two Idaho companies signing memorandums of understanding (MOU) with Taiwanese manufacturer Megaforce, will Boise-based sales and marketing company SMHeuristics be next? In June, Megaforce signed an MOU with Meridian manufacturer PKG User Interface Solutions, while in September Megaforce signed an ...

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Round Up 9.17.19 (access required)

Americor Funding leased 49,564 square feet of office space at 1120 South Rackman Way in Meridian.  Greg Gaddis and Bill Beck of Tenant Realty Advisors represented the tenant. Three Wood Pizza and Pub leased 2,915 square feet of retail space ...

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Retailers face repercussions of no-open-carry policies

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The gun debate has hit the retail sector, with a number of companies enacting no-open-carry policies and some organizations advocating for bills to limit businesses’ ability to take that step. Albertsons, Kroger (the parent company of Idaho retailer Fred Meyer), Walmart ...

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Startup Joule Case powers past funding goal (access required)

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An energy storage company had so much interest in its first round of funding that it exceeded its goal. “Funding is going really well,” said James Wagoner, CEO of Joule Case, in an email message. “We met our $500K goal ...

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Boise Philharmonic kicks off 60th season (access required)

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The Boise Philharmonic kicked off its 60th anniversary season Thursday night with a salon at the Boise Train Depot. Dozens of people filled the historic station to help the symphony celebrate, and they were treated to a toast of sparkling ...

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