Latest Idaho Business Review Stories

2008-10-13 03:00:15

By Hagadone, Zach Editor's note: As reporters for the Idaho Business Review piece together different aspects of the Micron story, we are posting those pieces for the public to be aware of the latest development. This is the latest interview. A final story including all aspects will be posted later. Micron President and Chief Operating Officer Mark Durcan said today's announcement that the company would shut down a major manufacturing line in Boise doesn't signify the beginning of a total...

2008-09-01 03:00:10

By Hagadone, Zach In what one employee, who asked his/her name be withheld, has called "Black Monday," a round of job cuts is taking place at Hewlett-Packard's Boise-based Imaging and Printing Group today, part of the company's global reorganization of the division. While HP officials wouldn't comment on specific numbers or areas in which positions will be eliminated, the Idaho Business Review and its news partner KTVB both received confirmation from several employees - one a 31-year...

2008-08-18 03:00:14

By Hagadone, Zach As rumors spread that Hewlett-Packard plans a wave of job cuts in the wake of its printer division reorganization, the company is being characteristically tight-lipped. Spokesman Scott Stalla wouldn't comment on the record about the possibility of job cuts or how they could affect the firm's 3,000+ Boise workers, but did provide the Idaho Business Review with HP's official statement: "As a company, HP is focused on identifying and pursuing growth opportunities and...

2008-07-28 03:00:35

By Martin, Steve The Idaho Business Review's annual Idaho Top Projects magazine is coming soon to a mailbox near you. The 150-page publication showcases 105 Idaho commercial projects started or completed in 2007 of at least $1 million. IBR subscribers should see the magazine in the mail within the next couple of weeks. Projects are divided into three categories: government, office/ retail and private. They run the gamut from hospitals, churches and schools to road projects, shopping...

2008-06-16 03:00:27

By Shifrin, Simon The Idaho Supreme Court is scheduled this week to hear an appeal of a judge's ruling on whether publishing legal notices in the Idaho Business Review provides sufficient legal notification. The appeal stems from a lawsuit filed by the Idaho Statesman, claiming state law granted the largest circulation newspaper within an applicable political subdivision the right to publish certain legal notices. Judge Deborah Bail, of Idaho's Fourth District Court, has ruled for the...

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