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In a down market

What some North Idaho residential real estate observers early this year thought would be a momentary market correction has turned into a different beast. With a national economic crisis hurting …

Couple take flip approach to home sale

It was supposed to be their dream home. Chuck and Barb Rathbun bought the blue, three-bedroom, modern rancher on Five Mile Prairie last year with plans to downsize and retire …

Housing slowdown hits N. Idaho

Home sales slowed and average sale prices dropped across much of North Idaho during the six months ending in April, compared with the same period a year earlier, new data …

Pricecostco Agrees To Buy Mexican Chain

PriceCostco on Tuesday announced an agreement to purchase Price Enterprises’ interest in Price Club de Mexico for $30.5 million.

Dutch Firm Offers To Buy Barings For $1.60

A Dutch financial group has offered the token sum of one pound ($1.60) for most of Barings PLC and its hefty liabilities, an executive close to the failed British bank …

Sales Tax Proceeds Show Dropoff In Retail Growth But Kootenai County Merchants Enjoyed A Strong Holiday Season

Kootenai County merchants rang up strong holidayseason sales, but the local economy also showed signs of slowing down. Taxable sales increased 3.6 percent during the fourth quarter of 1994 compared …

Us West To Sell 450 Rural Exchanges

US West Communications Inc. plans to sell nearly 450 rural telephone exchanges within the next year. US West is shedding the exchanges so it can refocus resources in urban and …

Detroit Unveils Products, Predicts Another Strong Year

Ford Motor Co.executives Edward Hagenlocker, left, and Alex Trotman introduce the 1996 Mercury Sable, left, and Ford Taurus at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit on Tuesday. Photo …