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Mar 11, 2015 | via Deseret News
America's utility bills are the highest cost of maintaining a home, higher than either property taxes or insurance. Adopting a more efficient energy code in Utah would make sense. Comment?
Sep 22, 2014 | via The Spokesman-Review
That reflects a 6.74 percent increase in Idaho housing prices, and marks the second year of increases after four years of declines. Click below for the full announcement from the Idaho State Tax Commission. Comment?
Sep 22, 2014 | via KBCI CBS 2
Single people in Idaho earn half of what is considered a livable wage, while households with children tend to face even more economical challenges, according to a new study. Living wages pays for housing, food, utilities and other expenses such as tucking money away for savings. Comment?
5 min ago | via The Recorder
They also gathered out of a passion for the visual quality and character of the streets and open spaces around them that we refer to as "the neighborhood." Comment?
49 min ago | via E-Commerce Times
Digital stuff is rocking your world, and it has been doing it for most of your life, so why the anxiety-provoking talk now? We are advancing the state of the art of front-office business so much and so fast that most businesses will need to rethink their customer engagement strategies or risk losing share to more nimble competitors. First, examine your current processes, not your technology. Comment?
51 min ago | via The Campbell Reporter
Wells Fargo could be looking to do another deal with General Electric, as the San Francisco-based bank looks for ways to boost loans. GE is in talks to sell a $74 billion unit that provides loans to midsize U.S. businesses, and Wells is one of the potential buyers, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday, citing unidentified people familiar with the matter. Comment?
1 hr ago | via NEWS.com.au
OH GOD. It's finally happening. The Kiwis have been nipping at our heels for a while, and news out this morning could finally push them over the edge. Comment?
10 min ago | via Seeking Alpha
FFIN's Q1 results were much better than I had expected in light of the layoffs and economic slowing in key markets for the bank. The company showed to be unaffected, and announced just a 3% exposure to the oil and gas industry - what a flawless execution of risk management. Comment?
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