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CodeWorks program prepares students for real-world jobs

Just about everyone knows computer code runs the backend of computer systems, web sites, mobile apps and more. When Ramsey Bland decided to apply for a 13-week immersion class at Boise CodeWorks, the only computer code he knew was the bar ...

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Idaho-based pet medication firm closes $185 million acquisition (access required)

EAGLE — A local company is aiming to take a larger bite out of the rapidly growing U.S. pet medication sales market. PetIQ on July 8 finalized its acquisition of Perrigo’s animal health unit for $185 million in cash. Now a ...

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Relicensing process continues for Idaho Power’s Hells Canyon Complex (access required)

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Idaho Power is still in the relicensing process for the Hells Canyon Complex (HCC), which provides approximately 68% of its hydroelectric generating capacity and 32% of its total generating capacity, according to the company’s most recent Integrated Resource Plan. The ...

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Health providers struggle with electronic health records interoperability (access required)

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Doctors’ handwriting is notoriously challenging, but it turns out electronic health records (EHR) are no panacea either, especially when trying to interoperate between two different medical providers, according to IT experts. Many medical providers have moved to EHR, but each ...

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Micron quarterly revenue plummets 39% (access required)

As expected, Micron third-quarter earnings were lower than the previous quarter and sharply lower than a year ago, with revenue of $4.79 billion vs. $7.8 billion for the same period last year. GAAP net income is $840 million, or $0.74 ...

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