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Idaho Technology Council travels to Utah

Several members of the Idaho Technology Council are traveling to Salt Lake City July 14 and 15 to meet with top business and political leaders about technology growth. The ITC is a Boise-based industry group formed this year to promote ...

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Frontier taking over local Verizon services in N. Idaho (access required)

By Ralph Bartholdt Better service, hometown participation, no overseas operators and users can pay their bills in town. When Frontier Communications takes over Verizon’s rural services in North Idaho, customers can expect to put a face on the name, something ...

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Hoku Corp. given second financial infusion

Hoku Corporation, a clean energy products and services company, has completed a second credit agreement with a New York branch of the China Construction Bank. China Construction Bank, the second largest commercial bank by assets in China, has agreed to ...

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Renewable energy plant planned for Ada County (access required)

As part of their first official act related to the formation of the Ada Renewable Industrial Complex at the Hidden Hollow Landfill, Ada County Commissioners signed an agreement with Dynamis Energy to design, build and operate a waste-to-energy plant that ...

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Biomark nets workplace honor, posts strong growth as tagging demand rises (access required)

The nonprofit Winning Workplaces recently recognized Boise-based Biomark Inc. for delivering strong results by fostering an outstanding work environment. Inc. Magazine co-hosted the project, and in its June issue featured Biomark and the 19 other honorees selected from among more ...

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Micron posts strong Q3 profit

Micron Technology Inc. on June 28 posted a quarterly profit as the company cited better prices for computer memory chips and a big accounting gain from an acquisition. The results were announced after the market closed June 28. The company ...

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Multitaskers rejoice over new Apple iPhone 4 (access required)

Ben Quintana, the director of public relations for the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce, is a proud multitasker. “I have to be,” said Quintana, who keeps his followers on Twitter and other social media up-to-date with photos and messages about ...

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