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Tamarack Aerospace announces expansion into the U.K. (access required)

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Tamarack Aerospace is hitting not one, but three milestones this year: logging 100 airplanes in its fleet, its 10-year anniversary, and significant growth — tripling its existing office space in Sandpoint and opening a third hanger, hiring more staff and ...

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Idaho organizations work to promote electric vehicles (access required)

As people look to cut their carbon emissions, electric vehicles are growing in popularity across the country. In Idaho, state agencies, utilities and nonprofits are working to promote electric vehicle adoption, helping residents and businesses overcome the barriers to choosing ...

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Changing times provide opportunity to refocus on information governance

As your organization explores how to thrive in our new coronavirus world and beyond, information governance — that is, how a company gathers, stores, uses, protects and disposes of its records, data and other information — should not be overlooked. ...

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College of Eastern Idaho adds Bohleke as CTE dean

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Henry C. (Chuck) Bohleke has been selected to serve as the dean of Career and Technical Education at the College of Eastern Idaho. Bohleke comes to CEI with a Ph.D. in business administration and many years of experience in higher ...

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Women equal men in computing skill, but are less confident

The big idea In the workplace, women are now as good as men when it comes to computing performance, but there is still a gender gap when it comes to confidence, according to our new research. As professors of business, ...

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Idaho’s Sage Growth Capital fund invests in Unity Laundry (access required)

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Sage Growth Capital announced it has invested in a third company, Unity Laundry Systems of Bedford, New Hampshire. This is Sage Growth’s first investment in a company outside of Idaho. The fund previously invested in Killer Creamery, the Boise-based keto-friendly ice ...

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Hillsboro, Oregon, becoming hot spot for information storage (access required)

PORTLAND, OR — Hillsboro is fast becoming a nationally recognized market for data centers, with two major facilities expected to be delivered this year. Data centers with 18 megawatts of capacity are under construction in Hillsboro, according to CBRE, which ...

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Cradlepoint acquisition to result in worldwide expansion (access required)

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A massive acquisition in Idaho’s tech community is likely to result in worldwide expansion of the market for Cradlepoint’s 5G products, according to executives from Ericsson, the Swedish telecommunications firm that paid $1.1 billion for the Boise company. The market ...

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Evoca TV broadcasts 60 channels for half the price of cable (access required)

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In the days when the world was young, rocks were still soft and cartoons were shown only on Saturday mornings, television was broadcast over the air using the fossil technology of analog signals received by a physical antenna wired to ...

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Idaho invention cleans up canals by yanking up the weeds (access required)

An aquatic vegetation rake attachment for cleaning canals. Photo courtesy of Bill Fuchs.

When Bill Fuchs used to clean canals, invasive aquatic vegetation kept clogging things up. So he invented a mechanical raking device to weed waterways. “Back when I was a watermaster, I watched how we cleared canals in the past and ...

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