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State parental leave policy follows lead of private industry (access required)

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This article was updated Jan. 31 to clarify Smith + Malek’s location. When Gov. Brad Little recently announced an executive order granting state employees in the executive branch eight weeks of paid parental leave, he was following the lead of ...

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BVA tops off Idaho Central Credit Union office building (access required)

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MERIDIAN – The first building at the new Eagle View Landing development has reached a major construction milestone. The project, which is constructing a 125,000-square-foot five-story office building for Idaho Central Credit Union (ICCU) at the corner of Eagle and ...

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Development proposed for Ketchum’s Hot Dog Hill (access required)

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This article was updated on Jan. 30 to clarify that the development was four, not five levels. KETCHUM – The corner lot called Hot Dog Hill in Ketchum is home to Irving’s hot dog stand every summer. It’s also home to ...

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An entrepreneurship expert’s wish list from the Idaho legislative session

A few months back, the Idaho Business Review brought together a cross-section of Idaho’s governmental leaders. Over and over, we heard an amazing message: They ARE listening to Idaho’s small businesses. They WANT to hear from our entrepreneurs. Building on ...

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North Idaho communications company gets fat investment (access required)

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COEUR D’ALENE — A New York-based investment fund specializing in infrastructure companies and projects has made its first investment in Idaho. SDC Capital Partners has invested $36 million for half of Fatbeam, a telecommunications company based here with a network of ...

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Idaho Business Out Loud interview: Dr. Neeraj Soni and Onur Torusoglu of St. Luke’s Health System

Health care data isn’t just for analytics officers. It affects patients and hospital staff, too. Medical providers across the country are investigating how to get doctors the information they need to best treat a patient. This type of data-driven care ...

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Catching up with Saalt, as it moves to a new space (access required)

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A Boise-based startup is moving to new space to accommodate growth. The company is Saalt, which creates the Saalt Cup, a reusable period cup that collects menstrual flow rather than absorbing it. The product creates less waste than tampons or ...

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Idaho Housing and Finance report reveals rural, student homelessness (access required)

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The slogan “think globally, act locally” wasn’t just a cliche for Barb Parris when she found a homeless teenager sleeping in the front foyer where she works. Parris is the office manager at the Jason Lee Memorial United Methodist Church ...

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Tech startups come to the Mountain West, but can they grow?

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Tech startups have been migrating into cities all around the Mountain West, from Denver to Salt Lake to Boise. However, when it comes to them taking over as the nation’s next Silicon Valley, Nick Crabbs, a partner at the tech ...

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