Eclipse creates opportunities, challenges

Eclipse creates opportunities, challenges

By Chantelle Summers For Eastern Idaho Business Report Community leaders from several jurisdictions across eastern Idaho met at Idaho Falls Council Chambers last December to plan for an astronomical event set to hit eastern Idaho on August 21 that occurs roughly every 400 years — a total […]

INL receives 2017 Digital Edge 50 Award

By TORREY MORTENSON Idaho National Laboratory has been named to the Digital Edge 50 for 2017. The Digital Edge 50 award, presented by IDG Enterprise, recognizes 50 organizations that have made technological advancements to solve complex business or research problems in a new way. A panel […]

Trump wants to tear down regulatory wall

By WILLIAM L. SPENCE Lewiston Tribune It’s been 200 years since the first white-owned trading post was built in Idaho, but a modern-day counterpart to that backwoods operation can still be found on the northern side of Moscow. Established more than 40 years ago, Moscow Hide and […]

Ryan: GOP will work on repealing, replacing health law

WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans will work on unraveling and replacing the health care law at the same time, House Speaker Paul Ryan said Tuesday as GOP leaders struggled to align their zeal to rapidly erase one of President Barack Obama’s proudest achievements with Congress’ legislative and political […]

Column: The money numbers you need to know

By LIZ WESTON NerdWallet Some numbers matter more than others. How much you make is important, for example, but your financial health depends far more on how much you keep. Knowing certain numbers can help you understand how well you’re converting income into wealth, as well as […]

Insider Q&A: De Beers CEO talks diamonds, millennials

By JOSEPH PISANI AP Business Writer NEW YORK — Instead of romantic proposals and engagement rings, the commercials trying to sell a new generation on diamonds show young couples rolling around on a bed, arguing in a car and even questioning whether they’ll ever marry. The ads […]

Despite redesign, Camry’s reign as top US car in jeopardy

DETROIT (AP) — America’s favorite car is under attack. The Toyota Camry has been the nation’s top-selling vehicle for 15 years, if you exclude pickup trucks. Now it’s in danger of losing its crown, a potential victim of the SUV craze. And even a much-anticipated revamp to […]

Do your homework before hiring contractors

By EMILY VALLA Better Business Bureau The New Year has started off with winter storms that left behind plenty of snow and cold temperatures. While kids are rejoicing from snow days, many homeowners are left wondering what sort of damage could be done to their homes. Between […]

Research before action

By EMILY VALLA Better Business Bureau Happy New Year! It should come as no surprise the most common New Year’s resolutions are consistently about living a healthier lifestyle and losing weight, according to Nielsen survey results. And if you are anything like me, the last month has […]

Bank of Idaho to receive Brightest Star award

By TORREY MORTENSON Serve Idaho, the Governor’s Commission on Service and Volunteerism, will recognize the 2016 Brightest Stars at a ceremony on Jan. 18 in the Simplot Ballroom at Boise State University. Bank of Idaho will receive the award in the Business category for 2016. Idahoans […]

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