Idaho lakefront property for sale in Bitcoin
By DAVID COLE
Alan Golub is selling a package of 660 contiguous acres overlooking Moscow Bay that includes the site of the once proposed and controversial Chateau de Loire development.
New president for Boeing Machinists
Jon Holden succeeds Tom Wroblewski, who resigned in January, citing health reasons.
For some fliers, mileage programs come up short
By DAVID KOENIG
Oregon sawmill to reopen
By JEFF BARNARD
The Rough & Ready Lumber Co. mill is getting a $5 million funding package made up of tax credits and a state loan.
UC Davis establishes center for coffee study
The university hopes to eventually offer a major in coffee science.
LL Bean has record year, plans $100M in spending
By DAVID SHARP
The company got a boost from sales of its iconic rubber-soled hunting boot, which has become popular on college campuses and beyond for snowy and rainy days.
U.S. trade deficit rose to $39.1B
A rise in imports of oil and other foreign goods offset a solid increase in exports.
Entrepreneurship grows in Egypt's flailing economy
By MAGGIE HYDE
With youth unemployment upward of 30 percent and its economy only now back to levels seen before its 2011 uprising, Egypt's salvation may lie in the small, informal businesses.
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