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Up to Speed

A Look at the Utah Transit Authority
The Utah Transit Authority has been a staple along the Wasatch Front since March of 1970, providing public transportation in the form of buses, vans, commuter rail and light rail. But in recent years, UTA has been surrounded by controversy as W...
November 5, 2013

Best of Business 2013

As 2013 wanes, it’s fun (for me) to recap some of the people and stories that made headlines in our great and sometimes dysfunctional state. With fire-throwing beauty queens, the DABC’s ongoing antics and residents still mourning Mi...
November 5, 2013

Sheridan Mordue: An Eye for the Art of Business

If there’s one thing Hip & Humble owner Sheridan Mordue loves, it’s color. Customers can see it in everything she does, from her stores’ wall paint to her urban-style displays to her diverse product offerings. Mordue and h...
November 5, 2013

Lee Perry: Motivated by a Sense of Mission

As the newly appointed dean of Brigham Young University’s Marriott School of Management, Lee Perry has many objectives he wants to achieve. But the one that compels him the most is to serve others—including the school’s studen...
November 5, 2013

Around Utah

SALT LAKE AREA Salt Lake City – Digital recruiting provider HIREVUE launched its Talent Interaction Platform, a cloud-based service that helps employers source top talent, evaluate candidates’ skills and enhance new employe...
November 5, 2013

Survival of the Biggest?

The Plight of the Small Community Bank
Bank of American Fork CEO Richard Beard and Lewiston State Bank CEO Anthony Hall were sitting in a conference room along with other bank CEOs, trying to get their heads around how to calculate capital requirements under Basel III—a compli...
November 5, 2013

Tit for Tat

5 Tips for Dealing with Office Conflict
Human resources is a tough job, filled with a million thankless tasks like enforcing the dress code, explaining the insurance premium hikes and, of course, dealing with quarrelling coworkers. With so many different personalities in an office&md...
November 5, 2013

Sleep: It’s Not Optional

When push comes to shove, it’s often our sleep that gets shoved aside. After all, there are only 24 hours in a day, and when you’re juggling heavy work loads and family responsibilities, not to mention regular exercise, cutting into...
November 5, 2013

Industry Outlook: Technology Entrepreneurs

Utah’s reputation as an emerging tech hub is gaining momentum, with national investors beginning to take note of local talent. But the state’s tech entrepreneurs still face their share of struggles, from hard-to-find engineers and e...
November 5, 2013

California Dreaming

Winder Dairy Adds Three Million People to its Customer Base
Fresh food without borders. That’s a concept Winder Farms has tackled with great success. The company has specialized in delivering fresh food to doorsteps for more than 120 years, and it expanded beyond Utah in 2008 when it entered t...
November 5, 2013

Smart Start

Inside One of Utah’s Technology Enhanced Smart Schools
Dixon Middle School in Provo is one of three schools in Utah that is part of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development’s Smart School Technology Pilot Program. Now in its second year, the program provides the school with feature...
November 5, 2013

Interesting Developments

The Investment Implications of Rising Interest Rates
Interest rates are on the rise, and many Americans are wondering what that means for them. While borrowers could be hurt by higher rates, those who are retired or close to retirement could benefit from them. But how did we move from record-...
November 5, 2013

Hands Off

Obtaining a Patent Using USPTO’s Prioritized Examination Process
Protecting new ideas is critical, particularly for Utah’s thriving technology, pharmaceutical, bioengineering and computer software companies. Patents provide the primary means of protection. For any company, patents provide a vital perio...
November 5, 2013

The Productive Middle

It’s Time to Move Beyond Rhetoric and Find Common Ground
The English philosopher Thomas Hobbes observed that without government, the life of man becomes “solitary, poor, nasty, brutish and short.” Lately it’s seemed just the opposite—with government our economic lives are at r...
November 5, 2013

Let’s Clean Up Utah’s Air

We launched the Sustainable Business Awards program five years ago to celebrate the businesses, communities and individuals who are making real strides toward reducing their economic footprint, and year after year we are amazed at the accomplis...
November 5, 2013

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