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TSheets opens Australia office (access required)

TSheets, an Eagle-based company that sells employee time-tracking software, has opened an office in Australia. TSheets opened its Sydney office in April. It moved one employee there and will hire two more people there, said CEO Matt Rissell.  TSheets sells ...

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The future of downtown Boise (access required)

Idaho Business Review has explored the creation of the modern downtown Boise in a 10-part series that started in January. Downtown’s future is unfolding rapidly, with three hotels suddenly under consideration; JUMP, Simplot corporate headquarters and City Center Plaza in ...

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The Club at SpurWing mixes tradition with novelty (access required)

Tradition is not the game at The Club at SpurWing in Meridian. There, innovation, and whatever owner Roger Anderson dreams up, come into play continually. Anderson is known to spring surprises on the SpurWing staff. “I don’t know what’s coming ...

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Golf continues at Ridgecrest and Centennial until sale (access required)

The days are likely numbered for Ridgecrest and Centennial, the pair of municipal golf courses on the 602-acre campus of the state-owned Southwest Idaho Treatment Center. But the big unknown is just when golfers will tee off for the last ...

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A word with John Howard, CEO of MotivePower (access required)

John Howard is vice president and general manager of MotivePower, a company that builds and restores locomotives at a plant on Federal Way and ships them around the country and the world. MotivePower builds or rebuilds between 25 to 75 ...

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IBR’s Top Projects finalists are up for awards

Construction is booming in Idaho; downtown cranes have become part of the skyline. Idaho Business Review recognizes that and annually celebrates top projects across Idaho. And for the first time, a review committee composed of industry experts and professionals is ...

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Nelson School Supply to close as owners retire (access required)

Nelson School Supply in downtown Boise will be going out of business in the next month as owners Ric and Jeri Lu Nelson retire. The shop has been in downtown Boise for more than 75 years, selling school uniforms, letter jackets, ...

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QB Solutions is expanding, moving (access required)

Bookkeeping and property management company QB Solutions has outgrown its small building on Americana Boulevard and is moving to a larger space at 14th and Jefferson streets. The new space will have more room for the company’s increased workforce and ...

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