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A word with LeAnn Hume, senior director and retail/investment specialist at Cushman Wakefield (access required)

Inventory, inventory, inventory — specifically the lack thereof — was a major theme of the 2020 Building Owners & Managers Association of Idaho symposium last month. LeAnn Hume, a senior director and retail/investment specialist at the Boise office of Cushman & Wakefield ...

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A word with Matthew Mazzotta, Westside Urban Park artist (access required)

Matthew Mazzotta has built a national reputation with quirky urban art pieces. Now he’s been selected to create a piece for the new Westside Urban Park in downtown Boise, which will begin construction this summer. Often described as a social practice ...

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A word with Nick van Santen, Associate Director, Experiential Learning at Boise State University Career Services

In many industries, an internship is a critical means to get a foot in the door and launch a successful career, but those coveted spots can be hard to secure. Fortunately, Boise State University is connecting more and more students ...

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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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A word with Brad Huerta, CEO of Lost Rivers Medical Center (access required)

ARCO – Brad Huerta, CEO of the nonprofit Lost Rivers Medical Center, has the distinction of overseeing what could be the biggest financial turn around in Idaho’s health care industry. In 2013, Lost Rivers Medical Center was nearly not meeting payroll. Three ...

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Idaho Business Out Loud interview: Jim Escobar, founder of neUdesign

Jim Escobar has seen his hometown of Meridian develop over the years and is positioned in the center of that growth with his company, neUdesign Architecture. From dorms for the College of Idaho made from shipping containers to multifamily housing ...

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A word with Dr. David Pate, outgoing CEO of St. Luke’s (access required)

After 10 years as CEO for St. Luke’s Health System, Dr. David Pate will step down at the end of January. Pate received his M.D. from the Baylor College of Medicine and began his career as a primary care physician ...

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