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Galena Capital adds third partner (access required)

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Galena Capital, a Boise-based investment bank that formed in April, has added a third partner. The third partner is Juan Carlos Duque, a graduate from the Wharton School, who served as the chief executive officer of the Gina Cucina food ...

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Boise audiovisual integrator Neurilink to get its own office (access required)

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Editor’s note: This article was updated on Dec. 12 to correct a misidentified photograph. Neurilink is moving out on its own after the Boise-based audiovisual integration company has had a banner year. Previously, Neurilink shared space on Americana Blvd. with OEC, a ...

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Tamarack Aerospace adds three maintenance partners (access required)

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SANDPOINT — Continuing its process of recovering from Chapter 11 bankruptcy, Tamarack Aerospace Group has announced three new authorized maintenance operations to its network of authorized dealers and service center partners, bringing the total of 19 worldwide. The companies are Banyan ...

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Idaho National Laboratory continues progress on Small Modular Reactor (access required)

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IDAHO FALLS – Development of the next generation of nuclear power is underway at Idaho National Laboratory (INL), which could bring it closer to home. INL is working on the project with NuScale Power of Tigard, Oregon. The NuScale project is ...

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Critics say BSU diversity programs don’t work in real world. Top Boise employer disagrees (access required)

In the middle of a summer roiled by debates over the value of diversity and inclusion programs at Idaho universities, a Micron Technology announcement with international implications made waves locally. Boise-based Micron Technology hired Sharawn Connors, the company’s first vice ...

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Boise State, Idaho Power to use supercomputer to predict weather (access required)

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Editor’s note: An earlier version of this article conflated two supercomputers. The weather-prediction software will run on hardware provided by Boise State and Idaho Power and is not related to INL’s supercomputer. Boise State University, Idaho Power and the Idaho ...

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T-Mobile offers 5G service to rural Idahoans

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T-Mobile has announced 5G service for thousands of cities and towns across the U.S., including more than 80 in Idaho. But it’s different from the high-speed 5G+ Verizon announced earlier this year for parts of Boise and Meridian, said Christopher Mitchell, director of ...

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Esports conference heading to Boise? (access required)

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Boise is in the running to be one of at least 10 cities in the U.S. next year to host an esports tournament. The event, Player Omega, was held for the first time earlier this month in Pomona, California, and ...

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