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What Micron’s purchase of a Taiwan chipmaker means for the Boise company

Micron won’t speculate on the timing of Inotera’s purchase to a rising memory chip market. But one analyst said the deal gives Micron full control of the company.

Boise & Garden City

Boise council denies Foothills housing expansion

The subdivision, called Somerset Ridge, lies northeast of the North End neighborhood. It has hundreds of homes, and its origins date to the 1970s, city of Boise planner Todd Tucker said. Developer Doug Jayo requested a change to an 89-home section of Somerset Ridge that Boise approved in 1999. The change would have allowed the addition of 12 homes.

Business

Asian shares meander as ECB-inspired rally fades

Asian shares meandered Friday as an overnight rally in U.S. markets helped by the European Central Bank's decision to extend its bond-buying economic stimulus program faded. South Korea's benchmark slipped as lawmakers prepared to vote on whether or not to impeach President Park Geun-hye.

Business

Port Authority split on 10-year plan, New York bus terminal

Another board meeting of the region's major transportation agency on Thursday produced few answers and continuing uncertainty over how the agency will spend its money over the next decade, particularly on a replacement for the nation's busiest bus terminal, a battleground pitting New York and New Jersey factions.

Videos

Inside Micron's operations

Micron recently purchased Taiwanese memory-chip maker Inotera Inc. This video is an inside look at some of Micron's operations around the world.
Provided by Micron
Inside Micron's operations 1:39

Inside Micron's operations

An Eagle mom talks about life as a caregiver 1:33

An Eagle mom talks about life as a caregiver

Idaho food lore: A look back at Falls Brand Meat 0:34

Idaho food lore: A look back at Falls Brand Meat

Falls Brand Meat commercial part of Idaho food lore 0:34

Falls Brand Meat commercial part of Idaho food lore