Jay Larsen, founder and CEO of the Idaho Technology Council, has a giant chart of the “Tech Boise Universe” on his office wall. The 2007 chart shows, among other things, business growth spinning off from Micron Technology, Hewlett-Packard  and Boise State University.
Jay Larsen, founder and CEO of the Idaho Technology Council, has a giant chart of the “Tech Boise Universe” on his office wall. The 2007 chart shows, among other things, business growth spinning off from Micron Technology, Hewlett-Packard and Boise State University. doswald@idahostatesman.com
Jay Larsen, founder and CEO of the Idaho Technology Council, has a giant chart of the “Tech Boise Universe” on his office wall. The 2007 chart shows, among other things, business growth spinning off from Micron Technology, Hewlett-Packard and Boise State University. doswald@idahostatesman.com

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