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Idaho car loan delinquencies are low (access required)

Credit unions, both nationally and locally, are increasing the share of car loans they are completing according to new data on car lending. Idaho borrowers also have among the lowest rates of delinquency, according to a report from Experian Automotive, ...

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Foreclosure rates hit a low for 2014 (access required)

Treasure Valley had fewer foreclosures filings in August than any other month this year, according to Gorilla Capital, an Idaho company that redevelops distressed homes. The combined 101 filings for Ada and Canyon counties in August dipped below the 106 ...

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Banks, processors bet on microchips (access required)

The biggest bet on chips these days isn’t at the casino. Amid concerns over the ease with which credit and debit cards can be counterfeited, banks, retailers and firms that process transactions are shifting to newer, more costly cards with ...

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Hawks have flat year at the gate, waiting for Cubs’ decision (access required)

The Boise Hawks minor had a slight dip in attendance this year, with approximately 90,000 fans going to minor league baseball games this summer. Last year, 91,000 attended. “It’s not where we want to be. We want to be filling ...

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Bodovino is a world leader in self-service wine tasting (access required)

Self-service wine tasting is the order of business at downtown Boise’s Bodovino wine bar and retail shop. It’s the largest outlet in the world for Italian wine dispenser manufacturer WineEmotion. To sample wine at Bodovino, customers load up a Bodovino ...

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The Owyhee is filling up faster than expected (access required)

Clay Carley had no idea what the public would think of his vision to reenergize the 104-year-old Owyhee Plaza Hotel building as a modern office, residential and commercial center. All he knew was the rooftop intrigued him to no end. ...

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Lawmakers may take up ‘benefit corporation’ status (access required)

Idaho may soon join more than 25 other states in allowing a new business classification for corporations that promise to benefit their community and environment, potentially at the expense of profits. Laws allowing for benefit corporations have been approved in ...

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Idaho Shakespeare Festival hits record attendance (access required)

As the Idaho Shakespeare Festival plays out its last few weeks, Producing Artistic Director Charles Fee has already been smiling for months as he looks through attendance and revenue sheets. The festival will achieve record attendance and earnings from ticket ...

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