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Snacktivist Foods, Lumineye win Boise Startup Week pitch contests (access required)

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Boise Startup Week this year included two pitch contests with $10,000 cash prizes for the winners – “Trailmix,” focused on processed food products, and a more general startup contest. The winner of the Trailmix competition was Snacktivist Foods, a Coeur ...

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Micron throws itself a birthday party

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“Boise is our headquarters,” Micron CEO Sanjay Mehrotra said on Thursday. “It is the center of our research and development,” which in turn is the foundation of the company’s global presence. Mehrotra was in Boise to take part in the ...

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Cyclist Kristin Armstrong headlines new health/wellness district at Ten Mile Crossing (access required)

Business parks mean business. Ten Mile Crossing’s first year in Meridian played out in just that manner with the openings of benefits administrator AmeriBen and human capital management company Paylocity. Ten Mile Crossing’s developer, Tommy Ahlquist, however, has never totally ...

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Roundup 10.19.18 (access required)

Idaho Trust Bank leased 1,253 square feet at Eighth and Broad streets, Suite 884, in Boise. Kelly Schnebly and Mike Christensen of Colliers International facilitated this transaction. Sjobeck Inc, dba Custom Care Cleaners extended their lease of 1,176 square feet ...

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Sears will close at Boise Towne Square (access required)

The Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection filing by Sears Holdings Corp. on Oct. 15 includes the closure of the Sears store at the Boise Towne Square mall. The two remaining Kmarts in Idaho in Twin Falls and Lewiston were not on ...

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IBR celebrates Excellence In Finance winners

The Idaho Business Review celebrated some of the state’s top finance professionals on Oct. 11 at the annual Excellence In Finance awards event. Fifteen honorees – top performers in the banking, corporate, investment and professional financial sectors – were recognized during ...

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McCall region looks to grow, starting with broadband (access required)

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Idaho’s west central mountain communities such as McCall, Donnelley, and Cascade are trying to attract workers to improve their economic development, and they see improved broadband internet access as one avenue. “It’s a community issue,” said Andrew Mentzer, executive director ...

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