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MREquine expands pioneering mobile MRI offering (access required)

MREquine Mobile Veterinary Imaging is expanding its routes to reach more veterinarians. MREquine has two units in service now. The first hit the road in March 2010 to cover a route in the southeastern U.S., and a new Northwest route ...

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New contract for Boise’s Smoke Guard (access required)

Each time he enters an unfamiliar hotel on his travels around the United States, Frank Hertzog checks out the smoke suppression system to see if it was made by his company, Smoke Guard Systems. Often, he finds that it was. ...

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Micron eyes selling its Japanese plant (access required)

Micron Technology is proposing to sell Israel-based TowerJazz a silicon wafer plant that it owns in Nishiwaki City, Japan. Selling the plant would allow Micron to divest future excess production capacity of 200mm wafers, Micron spokesman Dan Francisco said. The 300mm ...

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Micron pushes exemptions from disclosing business property (access required)

It was dubbed the “Micron secrecy” bill by one state lawmaker. Nonetheless, House Bill 239 – which would exempt all Idaho businesses from the requirements of a proposed agency rule for public disclosure of personal property for businesses – gained ...

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Micron earnings drop in second quarter (access required)

Micron Technology reported earnings of $72 million, or 7 cents per share, on net sales of $2.3 billion, for the fiscal quarter that ended March 3. Earnings in the previous quarter totaled $155 million on net sales of $2.3 billion. ...

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Hoku Corp.’s 3Q costs up; delays expected in production (access required)

While citing net losses of $3 million for its fiscal third quarter, Hoku Corporation said production at its Pocatello plant could be delayed by as much as six months. Scott Paul, president and CEO, said Feb. 10 from Honolulu, said ...

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M2M Communications purchased by EnerNOC (access required)

EnerNOC Inc. has acquired M2M Communications, Boise, in a $33.3 million cash and stock transaction announced Jan. 26. Both companies work in the utility sector. EnerNOC benefits by accessing M2M’s technology, while M2M now has access to Boston-based EnerNOC’s big ...

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Energy research money preserved as stimulus dries up (access required)

A lack of federal economic-stimulus dollars this year will not impact the Center for Advanced Energy Studies if lawmakers approve Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter’s proposed Idaho General Fund budget for the fiscal year that starts July 1. CAES would get ...

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