The imbalance of increasing demand for services and declining resources to meet that demand is continuing to get worse for nonprofits, according to new data released on April 7, by the Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF). In response to their annual S...April 10, 2014
Draper – Ortho Development Corporation has received FDA clearance for its Ovation Tribute hip stem. The Ovation Tribute is a femoral hip prosthesis that is intended for cementless use in total hip replacement and hemiarthroplasty procedur...April 10, 2014
Inventing a Better Tomorrow
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Clean Technology & Energy Finalists
Clean Coke by EcoCoke
Clean Coke technology sounds like a way to clean up one of America’s favorite sodas, but it&rs...April 10, 2014
Jon M. Huntsman’s Far-reaching Vision for his “Cancer Research Central”
Clinic 2D at the Huntsman Cancer Institute is packed with people, but my wait to see Dr. Robert Andtbacka is worth every ounce of patience. As one of approximately 1,500 “entrepreneurial scientists” driving cancer research here, And...April 10, 2014
Leadership Lessons from Four Top Utah Execs
They may have taken separate journeys on their way to executive leadership, but some of the mileposts passed along the way are the same for four Utah leaders profiled here.
David Entwistle at the University of Utah Healthcare system. Jill T...April 10, 2014
Examining the Threats and Weaknesses in Utah’s Economy
Utah is a great place to live and do business. Its mountains and red rocks have drawn outdoor enthusiasts to the state for decades, and its business-friendly climate continues to both foster new startups and incentivize established organization...April 10, 2014
How and When to Develop a Business Strategy
A major facet of starting a company is coming up with a business strategy—something that clearly expresses the direction a business will go and the steps it will take to achieve its goals. But if you’re new to the entrepreneurial sc...April 10, 2014
Diversity Brings Perspective and Contributes to a Better World
I recently met with a business leader who shared an instructive thought about the value of diversity in an organization. She said, “When I’m in a meeting and all the people are the same, I think, ‘What’s the point?&rsquo...April 10, 2014
This Summer, Rediscover Utah’s Amazing State Parks
When the government shutdown rattled the nation last October, tourists across the United States were forced out of national parks. Utah’s five national parks were off limits for about three weeks, and during that time tourists and locals ...April 10, 2014
Utah Court Rejects Multi-employer Worksite Doctrine
In a significant break from federal rulings, the Utah Supreme Court recently rejected the multi-employer worksite doctrine as incompatible with the Utah Occupational Safety and Health Act (UOSH Act) in Hughes General Contractors, Inc. v. Utah L...April 10, 2014
MoneyDesktop Makes a Bold Change to its Vacation Policy
About a year ago, MoneyDesktop decided to switch from its standard accrual-based vacation policy to something decidedly less conventional: a flexible vacation policy. This means that MoneyDesktop’s full-time employees are able to take as ...April 10, 2014
The Superior Retirement Account: Traditional or Roth?
You’re likely familiar with the difference between a traditional IRA/401(k) and a Roth IRA/401(k). While the traditional account enables you to postpone taxes on both the income invested and its growth until the funds are withdrawn, a Rot...April 10, 2014
Shauna Sloan, along with her husband, Brent, is the founder of Kid to Kid. From its one-store beginning in 1992, Kid to Kid has grown into a franchise of 100 stores, with the 100th location opening last December in Frisco, Texas.
Plat...April 10, 2014
Patti Case is the principal and vice president of ETC Group, an energy-efficiency engineering firm in Salt Lake City. Case was recently honored at the 10th Annual Southwest Regional Energy Efficiency Workshop for her leadership in the industry....April 10, 2014
Some Progress, Much More to Do
If the 2014 Utah legislative session was given a grade by business leaders, it would probably be an I for incomplete.
But that’s pretty normal for any legislative session. In the short, frenzied, 45-day period when Utah’s laws a...April 10, 2014