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Connect the Education Dots

Preparing Tomorrow’s Workforce through Collaboration
It should come as no surprise to any employer, business leader or industry sector that the skills needed for the talent workforce of the 21st Century are critically different from those we relied upon in the agricultural or industrial age. The ...
June 1, 2012

Making Education a Top Priority

Education is a critical component of individual and collective prosperity. Are we doing enough to ensure our children and, therefore, our community is effectively educated? Will Utah’s future workforce be able to successfully compete on a...
June 1, 2012

Making Choices

Impacts to our Future Prosperity
My 15-year-old daughter and I recently had the privilege of attending the commencement ceremony for the graduates at Southern Utah University. Part of my interest in attending was to provide my daughter a first-hand view of the enthusiasm one e...
June 1, 2012

Dreaming of a White Winter

Local Resorts Made the Best of a Challenging Season
As soft, fresh powder blanketed the Utah mountains on April 15, most of the state’s 14 ski resorts were enjoying a strong finish to a relatively weak ski season. Snowbasin, Wolf Mountain, Beaver Mountain and Eagle Point had already closed...
June 1, 2012

Consider Mediation

An Alternative Method to Resolving Business Disputes
You retained a software company to design and implement a new software program for your business. You have paid for the software, but it is nine months behind schedule with one problem after another. There is no end in sight. You want blood. Yo...
June 1, 2012

Unconventional Wisdom

Establishing a Distribution Rate for a Secure Retirement
Planning for retirement is probably the single most significant challenge that an investor will face. After spending a career accumulating sufficient assets, individuals are suddenly thrust to the back-end of the process: taking distributions. ...
June 1, 2012

Guiding Principles

The 2012 Elections will be a Referendum on the Economy
The year was 1982, the age of Reagan. I was a young Hinckley Institute of Politics’ intern in Washington, D.C., working in Congressman Dan Marriott’s office. I hung out with the BYU interns because they were always attending events ...
June 1, 2012

Armed and Dangerous

International Armoring Created a Unique Niche in a Global Marketplace
If the products created by Mark Burton’s International Armoring Corporation (IAC) fail, his clients could die. His patented Armormax technology takes top-of-the-line Mercedes, Audi and BMW vehicles and turns them into traveling fortresses...
June 1, 2012

Chain Reaction

Success Leads to Greater Success in Utah’s Life Science Industry
Utah is a hot spot for life science research and businesses—and it’s only getting hotter. Utah Business recently asked Michael Feldman, Ph.D., development director at MD4 Utah, to reflect on the state of the life science industry in...
June 1, 2012

Like to Enter

Creating a Strategy for Your Social Media Giveaways
Every day there is another company offering a TV, iPad or plain ol’ cash on Facebook and Twitter. For likes, follows, email addresses and other information, people are entered to win in what amounts to a high-tech raffle, where your d...
June 1, 2012

Kill or Cure

Inside the Utah Health Exchange
Launched in 2009, the Utah Health Exchange is still in its infancy. Even so, the program seems to be struggling to find its legs. More than 6,000 Utahns are enrolled in health insurance plans through the Exchange—but that is just a drop i...
June 1, 2012

Tech for On-the-go Execs

Apps and Accessories Can Turn a Phone into a Mobile Office
SHOWWX+ Capable of connecting to iPads, iPods, iPhones and other small electronic devices, this pocket-sized laser projector can turn almost anything into a presentation. With a device not much larger than an iPhone, you can run a presentat...
June 1, 2012

Summit/Wasatch Regional Outlook

Wasatch and Summit counties have seen a steady stream of tourists, much thanks to the growth of luxury hotels coupled with Utah’s Greatest Snow on Earth. In this regional economic outlook, leaders discuss how to keep those tourists coming...
June 1, 2012

LEGAL

What is the value of solid legal expertise and advice? Now, more than ever, proactively consulting with a legal team can help businesses avoid costly problems in the long term, according to our panel of industry leaders. The troubled economy ha...
June 1, 2012

Foreclosure Sales Remain Significant in Utah Housing Market

In Utah, about one in five home sales is of a property that is in some stage of foreclosure, according to RealtyTrac, an online marketplace for foreclosure properties. RealtyTrac’s first quarter 2012 foreclosure sales report shows that fo...
May 31, 2012

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