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Fears of economic downturn temper optimism in the middle market  (access required)

Heading into the third quarter of 2022, the economic headwinds felt strong in the middle market. U.S. inflation levels were climbing to record highs and the Federal Reserve was moving forward with a series of interest rate hikes. In its ...

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Idaho Business Review announces 2022 Top Projects, recognizes Specialty Contractor of the Year  (access required)

It was a night of shining gold, familiar laughter and enthusiastic cheers as members of the construction industry — from architects and contractors to builders and project owners — gathered to celebrate impactful projects completed over the past year. Idaho Business Review ...

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School districts provide local solutions to dental staffing shortages (access required)

Staffing shortages are plaguing industries of all kinds, and the dental field is no exception. To help address the lack of qualified dental professionals, local school districts and dentists are offering dental assisting programs that provide high school students the ...

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How small business owners can prepare for changes in consumer behavior and higher rates on loans (access required)

The Federal Reserve is expected to continue raising interest rates in 2022 to counteract inflation. The prospect of rising rates may seem daunting for small business owners, but the reality so far may have been less worrisome. Small businesses’ exposure ...

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Pay4Me app helps international students make cross-border payments  (access required)

When Sunday “Paul” Adah arrived in the United States to attend college, he ran into a problem: his local bank in Nigeria couldn’t deliver the required $4,000 tuition deposit. Fortunately, he knew someone who could help him make the payment, ...

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Biz ‘Bite:’ Lease End expands into Twin Falls (access required)

Burley-based Lease End has announced the opening of its second location, in Twin Falls, which “will enable the company to expand its business, meet growth goals and position Idaho as a tech hub center.” The office is located at the ...

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AT&T provides better 911 location detection in Idaho  (access required)

Read More IBR Headlines AT&T has announced a technology that makes it easier for Idaho first responders to detect the location of someone calling 911 from a cell phone.   The Locate Before Route feature uses the Global Positioning System (GPS) ...

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Idaho nuclear lab gets $150M to upgrade infrastructure (access required)

The Idaho National Laboratory in the eastern part of the state will receive $150 million for infrastructure improvements to boost nuclear research and development, the U.S. Department of Energy announced Tuesday. The department said the money is part of President ...

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Roundup Oct. 25 (access required)

Academy of Nails Training School leased 1,906 square feet at 1540 E. Fairview Ave. in Meridian. Cory Perry of Cushman & Wakefield represented the tenant. TOK Commercial represented the landlord. Anderson Family Care leased 1,225 square feet of retail space ...

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