Dr. Ted Epperly is the CEO of Family Medicine Residency of Idaho in Boise. He offers his perspective on how to fix the complicated health care system in the United States. "We should have health care as being a basic right," he says. "All people deserve a well-coordinated health care system that keeps them healthy."
Naga Chandrasekaran, vice president of process R&D, and Elizabeth Elroy, senior manager of Boise site facilities, lead a tour of a clean room at Micron Technology Inc.'s new research and development building in Boise.
Where most people saw a vacant lot, David Hale, president and owner of Hale Development, Inc., had a vision of contemporary housing in Downtown Boise's Linen District. Seven of the nine Idaho Street Townhomes have already been sold. Six more are planned in phase two of the project.
As he addressed the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce, Micron Technology president and CEO Sanjay Mehrotra spills the beans on what he thinks about the city where his company is headquartered of his company. Spoiler alert: He likes it.
Speaking before the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce, Micron Technology president and CEO Sanjay Mehrotra confirms Micron's commitment to research and development in Boise — and announces they are building a 25,000-square foot office space and customer center on the Boise campus.
Micron president and CEO Sanjay Mehrotra says that Micron is in a sweet spot as technology for artificial intelligence is developed and will transform our lives in ways we can't imagine. He talks to the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce.
The Joyce Ranch near Murphy is more than 150 years old. It's owner, Paul Nettleton, claims it's the oldest ranch in Idaho. He works with his son, Chad Nettleton, who is the fifth generation of family to operate the Owyhee County ranch in southwest Idaho.
Two deaths drowning in a manure pond, others squashed between vehicles — there's been an uptick in agricultural accidents. Dave Kearns, OSHA area director, talks about the need for safety training before tragedies happen.
Albertsons CEO Bob Miller worked for grocery giant Albertsons for 30 years until leaving to head other retail chains. He came out of retirement in 2006 to reunite the Albertsons supermarket chain and move its headquarters back to Boise.