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All IBR tech stories free to non-subscribers during November (access required)

To celebrate our new technology email newsletter, the Idaho Business Review will release all tech stories free to non-subscribers this month. The IBR is also offering a discounted digital subscription rate – $79 for full access to all IBR stories ...

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ISU physical therapy program offers high-tech distance learning options

While physical therapy is a decidedly hands-on field, students in Meridian and Pocatello are finding that their professional training is getting a boost from technology. When Idaho State University’s Meridian campus expanded its physical therapy program this year, the school ...

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Katching up with Kount

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Historically hidden in the back office, Boise’s Kount is stepping into the forefront, not only figuratively but literally. Kount, now with 158 employees tucked in the Lusk Neighborhood near Boise State University, is in the process of remodeling a new ...

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Federal government gets involved in ongoing Micron-China case (access required)

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A recent federal indictment against three employees of two Chinese companies, alleging that they stole intellectual property from Boise chip manufacturer Micron, is another in a series of ongoing espionage claims and counterclaims between the two countries. “It’s not too ...

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Catching up with TSheets

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When Matt Rissell, CEO of TSheets Inc., agreed in December to be acquired by Intuit Inc., one of his friends made a bet with him: The new owners would make him take the beer keg out of the break room, ...

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IBR launches tech email newsletter, revives health care industry coverage

As part of its continuing evolution, the Idaho Business Review is launching a new technology email newsletter and reviving coverage of the health care industry. The changes leverage the unique expertise of the IBR’s editorial staff. Reporter Sharon Fisher will ...

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