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  • A third prison company, Management and Training Corp., is a private company. The company was founded in 1983, went public in 1986 and was listed on the NYSE in 1994. The company went public in 1994 and was listed on the NYSE in 1996..

  • SEATTLE— When federal agents arrested a Russian man in the Maldives in 2014, they found 1.7 million stolen credit card numbers on his laptop computer, a federal prosecutor told the jury during opening statements. Attorney Seth Wilkinson said of Roman Seleznev. Seleznev's trial in U.S. District Court is expected to run more than two weeks.

  • SEATTLE— When federal agents arrested a Russian man in the Maldives in 2014, they found 1.7 million stolen credit card numbers on his laptop computer, a federal prosecutor told the jury Monday during opening statements. Attorney Seth Wilkinson said of Roman Seleznev. Seleznev's trial in U.S. District Court is expected to run more than two weeks.

  • BOISE, Idaho— A multiyear study of mercury contamination is underway in a three-dam hydroelectric project on the Idaho- Oregon border that's part of a power company's effort to renew its license with the federal government. Idaho Power says the five- to eight-year study now in its second year is needed to better understand the high mercury levels in fish in the...

  • SEATTLE— Prosecutors describe Roman Seleznev, the son of a Russian lawmaker, as a master hacker who orchestrated an international scheme that resulted in about $170 million in fraudulent credit card purchases. Seleznev faces a 40- count indictment that charges him with running a hacking scheme from 2008 until his arrest in the Maldives in July 2014.

  • BOISE, Idaho— Federal land managers on Thursday approved 10 more years of mining and a 500- acre expansion mostly on public land in central Idaho for one of the largest molybdenum mines in the world. The U.S. Bureau of Land Management and U.S. Forest Service each issued decisions allowing the work at Thompson Creek Mine about 20 miles southwest of Challis.

  • VICTOR, Idaho, July 15- Dennis Lockhart became president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta in early 2007, with the economy still enjoying the steady growth and low unemployment of the "great moderation" and the U.S. central bank confident it could keep that rolling. Nearly a decade later the Fed has had to trash its playbook in the wake of a severe financial...

  • A 'Now Hiring' sign is displayed during a Job News USA career fair at Papa John's Cardinal Stadium in Louisville, Kentucky, U.S., on Wednesday, May 18, 2016.

    Wonder which states created the most employment over the past 10 years? CNBC has graded all 50 states to come up with the list.

  • Idaho Gov. C. L. “Butch” Otter

    Idaho is experiencing a jobs boom, leading the US in payroll growth in the past year, and it's just getting started, says Gov. Butch Otter.

  • Top States Cheapest

    You'll be surprised at the most affordable places to live in the U.S., thanks to low food prices, great home values and low utility costs.

  • Top States Idaho

    Low costs and friendly regulation make the Gem State sparkle. But the education system badly needs polish.

  • Tech & media moguls meet at Sun Valley

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin on the latest from the annual Sun Valley conference.

  • Froman, in a Bloomberg Television interview, also said that it may be possible for Britain, once it separates from the European Union, to join the 12- country U.S.- and Japan-led Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal. "We're certainly going to want to do whatever we can to deepen our relationship with the UK and as well as with the EU, and ultimately that could mean...

  • Tech & media moguls meet at Sun Valley

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports from the annual Sun Valley conference with the latest buzz, including chatter on the sexual harassment case against Roger Ailes and the Viacom saga.

  • WASHINGTON, June 9- Twenty-one U.S. states led by Texas and Arkansas on Thursday announced a lawsuit against Delaware, accusing it of violating federal law by snatching up to $400 million in unclaimed checks that should have gone to other states. "Delaware has our money," Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said at a news conference outside the U.S. Supreme Court.

  • *Hungary's trade surplus supports forint despite CPI. BUDAPEST/ WARSAW, June 8- The kuna fell to a 2-1/ 2 month low against the euro on Wednesday, in contrast to other Central European currencies, after the Croatian government's coalition moved to the brink of collapse. The biggest party in Croatia's ruling coalition filed a no-confidence motion against Prime...

  • NEW YORK/ WASHINGTON, May 19- U.S. lawmakers on Thursday began coalescing around revised bipartisan legislation to help address Puerto Rico's unpayable debt burden, which now threatens a full-blown humanitarian crisis. Puerto Rico has already defaulted on some of its roughly $70 billion in debt while trying to cope with a 45 percent poverty rate among its 3.5...

  • The New York Civil Liberties Union filed the lawsuit on behalf of Crispin Hernandez, who said he lost his job in September at Mark Farms, a large dairy farm in upstate New York where he worked for three years. The lawsuit filed in state Supreme Court in Albany against Cuomo and the state of New York seeks to provide farmworkers the right to organize without fear of...

  • The dominant pricing system used by exchanges, known as the "maker-taker" model, will be discussed at a meeting of the SEC's Equity Market Structure Advisory Committee on Tuesday. The SEC should use framework provided in the recommendation to move forward with a study, Warner, ranking member of the Senate subcommittee that oversees securities, along with...

  • The news agency also reported that the organization had sometimes recycled exams in the United States, including last January. Reuters found that tests were also reused in the United States during special midweek sittings, on Sundays and during makeup exams, even though some questions and answers from those tests had been discussed online.