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Idaho Broadband Task Force

In May of 2019, Governor Brad Little created the Idaho Broadband Task Force by Executive Order, in order to improve connectivity and broadband infrastructure across Idaho. 

Idaho legislators consider ways to increase air travel

Lawmakers in Idaho have considered ways to increase air travel in the state as flights have been reduced or eliminated in recent years, stunting economic growth. Horizon Air stopped direct flights from the Lewiston airport…

Manufacturing is a Ticket to Rural Prosperity

Manufacturing businesses are essential contributors to our economic health and wellbeing, infusing $2.38 trillion annually into the national economy.

The Agriculture Industry Didn’t Have a Data Platform–So Sara Menker Created One

Gro Intelligence’s software helps power the multitrillion-dollar agriculture industry.

The United States Of Venture Capital: The Most Active VC In Each State

Despite recent challenges, venture capital firms are still seeking out investment opportunities across the country. Since our last analysis of most active VCs in June 2020, we’ve seen shake-ups across 6 states.

Amazon starts hiring 2,000 for southwestern Idaho facility

Company officials on Friday said starting pay is $15 per hour and includes comprehensive benefits with medical and matching retirement funding.

Idaho (99.9%), 6 other states report highest census response rate

Alaska, Arkansas, Hawaii, Maine, Vermont, West Virginia and Puerto Rico joined Idaho at the top of the response rates.

Boise-based Cradlepoint gets new owner in huge billion-dollar deal

Ericsson said it will retain Cradlepoint’s employees, the brand name, and keep the unit’s headquarters in Boise.

Idaho Career Opportunity – Social Media Specialist – City of Boise, Idaho

Are you a social media magician? Do you want to help make Boise a City for Everyone? The City of Boise is looking for a Social Media Specialist to work in the Office of the…

U.S. Department Of Commerce Invests $35 Million To Fuel High-Growth Entrepreneurship Across America Including Los Alamos Commerce And Development Corporation

U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross announced today that 52 organizations — including nonprofits, institutions of higher education, and entrepreneurship-focused organizations — from 36 states will receive grants totaling $35 million to support entrepreneurship, acceleration of company growth, and increased access to risk capital across regional economies.