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Catch up on Idaho business news: September 2016

Quick highlights of Idaho’s top business news from mid-August to mid-September, told in 13 briefs and three photos. Top stories include a new tech corridor emerging in Downtown Boise, two Texas billionaires limiting access to Idaho timberland they just bought, and ski lifts and other items going on the unpaid-taxes auction block at Tamarack Resort.

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Albertsons employees step up to help Louisiana coworkers

Boise-based Albertsons created this video to share what the company's Baton Rouge-area employees were going through in August, when record rainfall caused massive flooding. The floods left many of Albertsons' Louisiana employees without homes. CEO Bob Miller traveled down to the stores to meet affected workers and pushed a company-wide effort to help them.

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Albertsons employees step up to help Louisiana coworkers

Boise-based Albertsons created this video to share what the company's Baton Rouge-area employees were going through in August, when record rainfall caused massive flooding. The floods left many of Albertsons' Louisiana employees without homes. CEO Bob Miller traveled down to the stores to meet affected workers and pushed a company-wide effort to help them.
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Albertsons employees step up to help Louisiana coworkers 5:52

Albertsons employees step up to help Louisiana coworkers

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