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It Was a Quiet, but Pro-Business, 2013 Legislative Session
Utah’s high-tech corridor, spanning southern Salt Lake County and northern Utah County, received a big boost from the Utah Legislature in its recently concluded session. By voting to take incremental steps to move the state prison, which ...
April 8, 2013

Sheh Bertram: Giving Others a Hand Up

Sheh Bertram is doing her part to rewrite the book on leadership by focusing on one key chapter—employee development. Bertram, the chief technology officer at Zions Bancorporation, hasn’t forgotten that helping employees cultiva...
April 8, 2013

Eric Olson: Reinforcing the Backbone of Utah’s Economy

In February 2012, Eric Olson was named CEO of Amedica Corporation, a manufacturer of reconstructive spinal implants. This opportunity may not have arisen had he not been offered the chance to visit an operating room observation while attending ...
April 8, 2013

Outstanding Directors

A board of directors is an invaluable institution. A properly created board is filled with senior business executives or community leaders who can provide a wide-ranging perspective gained from years of work in other companies and industries. T...
April 8, 2013

Around Utah

Salt Lake Area New Residential Development in Bluffdale Bluffdale – THE ACLAIME GROUP completed a deal to purchase a 141-acre real estate development property northwest of Point of the Mountain in Bluffdale. The deal was finalized...
April 8, 2013

Players

Westminster College named SHEILA RAPPAZZO YORKIN executive director of integrated marketing communications. Yorkin began leading the college’s Office of Communication in March. She joined Westminster after four years as director of market...
April 8, 2013

Every Little Bit Helps

Companies Look to Align Corporate and Philanthropic Values
Utah is, far and away, the most charitable state in the nation. The Chronicle of Philanthropy’s study “How America Gives” found that Utahns give an astonishing 10.6 percent of their annual income to charity, while the national...
April 8, 2013

Tax Free Asset Protection

Killing Two Birds with One Reorganization
Many entrepreneurs starting a small business do not intend to keep their businesses small. But as corporations grow, their exposure to liabilities often increases as well. Unfortunately, many corporations do not take sufficient steps to shelter...
April 8, 2013

Inflationary Fears

National Fiscal Policy has Entered Uncharted Territory
I’m frequently asked about the likelihood of inflation raising its ugly head in response to the massive infusion of money by the Federal Reserve since the 2008 fiscal crisis. The recession ended nearly four years ago and yet the Fed conti...
April 8, 2013

Mall Makeover

Creating a Premier Shopping Destination in an Ultra-competitive Market
Sometimes reinventing the wheel is the right blueprint for surviving in a competitive marketplace. Fashion Place Mall has avoided suffering a fate that has befallen other traditional enclosed malls. It remains a destination for Utah shopper...
April 8, 2013

Body of Work

Myriad Genetics Faces Supreme Court Battle Over Patents
A Utah life science company soon will be under a microscope as the U.S. Supreme Court weighs in on a challenge to its patents. Myriad Genetics will be defending itself against an objection to the idea that it can patent an isolated DNA molecule...
April 8, 2013

Smooth Operator

Simplify Your Operations and Play to Your Strengths
Micro-startups and industry giants alike can benefit from running a tight ship. But the realm of operations can be intimidating for small business owners and entrepreneurs. We spoke with Niel Nickolaisen, CIO at Western Governors University, fo...
April 8, 2013

Hard Hat Zone

Utah Bucking National Trends with Commercial Construction
While Utah has undoubtedly suffered the consequences of the Great Recession that began in December 2007, the outlook appears to be on the rise, especially when it comes to new commercial construction. According to Utah real estate professio...
April 8, 2013

Charming and Rustic

Head to a Cabin for a Getaway in One of Utah’s Outdoor Havens
It’s time to start making reservations and setting plans to find the Bear Lake monster (I’m told it’s a real thing). Your first step, obviously, is to rent a cabin in the area. The good news is that Utah has a lot of amazing c...
April 8, 2013

Celebrating Utah’s Past, Present and Future Innovators

Utah has a long and storied legacy of innovation, forged by industry leaders such as Alan Ashton and Bruce Bastian, co-founders of WordPerfect; Ray Noorda, co-founder of Novell; Edwin Catmull, president of Pixar Animation Studios; and Nolan Bus...
April 8, 2013

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