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How should businesses respond to bad reviews?

A bad review can easily damage the reputation of a small business. Failing to address negative social media and online posts could make it worse. Yelp.com recently won a case in California where an aggrieved law firm tried to force ...

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The Fowler apartment building: A photo gallery (access required)

The Fowler is a project of Local Construct, a construction company based in southern California that entered Boise in 2012 with a partnership to develop the historic Owyhee Hotel into apartments, retail and office space. The Fowler is the company’s ...

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Study: Bank customers are still using neighborhood branches (access required)

An explosion of new commercial technologies across any retail sector you care to think of have rapidly changed consumer behavior in recent years. New “market places” have popped up on the screens of all the various devices people use each ...

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USDA files complaint against former Boise produce business

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has filed an administrative complaint against a defunct Idaho company because USDA officials say the business owes farmers tens of thousands of dollars. The Capital Press reports the USDA complaint alleges Northwest Produce LLC failed ...

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How architecture birthed a cultural phenomenon (access required)

On paper it’s a revolutionary approach to urban design. But using the poetic rhythm of hip-hop music to inform the designs of buildings and spaces in America’s largest cities actually can make a whole lot of sense. The lyrics of ...

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Runway at Caldwell airport will get new asphalt (access required)

Caldwell Industrial Airport, Idaho’s busiest, has won a $2.148 million federal Airport Improvement Program grant to replace its 31-year-old cracking asphalt runway. The Federal Aviation Administration announced the grant June 8 as part of a $677 million program that awarded ...

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Forest Service agrees to study sheep grazing near bighorns

Federal officials have agreed to settle a lawsuit with environmental groups that prevents domestic sheep from grazing in eastern Idaho until a scientific study addressing how they might threaten bighorn sheep with deadly diseases is completed. The U.S. Forest Service ...

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Need a loan? Advice? Many business owners give staffers help

Want a loan? Advice? When an employee needs help, many small business owners are comfortable mixing the personal with the professional and willingly provide some support. J. Colin Petersen has assisted staffers in a variety of ways: extra cash, lawyer ...

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