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Workers’ Comp Costs RX

Protect Your Bottom Line by Protecting Your Employees
When the bottom line looks like it could hit rock bottom, companies tend to go into triage mode—management teams start diagnosing ways to stop budgets from hemorrhaging. And while company-wide barbecues may be an acceptable loss, there are some th...
September 1, 2009

Best of Business 2009

Putting a Wrap on the Year’s Top Headlines
In a year of significant turmoil from economic despair to pandemic, the straight news from the past several months is so infused with drama that one could almost imagine some of the stories competing for script recognition on Broadway. As a matter...
September 1, 2009

High-Mileage Measures

Companies Maximize Fleet Vehicles; Impact Auto Industry Woes
In the early 1980s, Chrysler Corporation introduced something called the K-car, a radical change in design that prompted a lot of skepticism in the auto industry. Lee Iacocca, he with the last name that was an acronym for his eventual title (I Am ...
September 1, 2009

Businesses Welcome

Utah County Leading in Economic Efforts
Two years ago, outside companies interested in moving to Utah County had only one shovel-ready site to choose from. Today, almost 30 sites are available and waiting for the perfect company to take it. The hard part is getting the word out. In...
September 1, 2009

Utah County Outlook

Roundtable Utah County We’d like to thank Noah’s in Lindon for hosting the event and Jeff Edwards, CEO of the Economic Development Corporation of Utah, for leading the discussion. Though hit by the slowing economy like the rest of the state...
September 1, 2009

Human Resources

Utah’s human resources and staffing professionals are proving their worth as companies face employment woes during today’s rough economy. Our human resources and staffing experts discussed compliance issues, immigration changes and creative, nonmo...
September 1, 2009

Making the Cut

New Film Incentives Mean More Leading Roles for Utah
The landscape is arid. The air parched. Our hero, faltering. John Carter is struggling to survive, making his way toward the West’s promise of gold after the Civil War. Suddenly, he’s transported to an alien world where even more harrowing adventu...
August 10, 2009

Health Care Heros

As health care woes loom across the nation, it’s now more important than ever to recognize individuals who are committed to keeping us, and the overall industry, healthy. Utah Business magazine is proud to present the 2009 Health Care Heroes. Each...
August 10, 2009

Robert Pedersen II

Executing with Enthusiasm
At age five, Robert Pedersen II knew a good thing when he saw it. Spring blossoms on local trees were more than a show of nature to him; they were a money-making opportunity. Going door to door, Pedersen sold the blossoms to neighbors and became a...
August 10, 2009

Timothy Hunt

Going the Distance
Timothy Hunt doesn’t let fear stand in his way. Whether finding himself in the middle of riots in Pakistan, or arriving in Thailand at 1 a.m. with no hotel room and no ability to communicate in the local language, Hunt has made it a point to do wh...
August 10, 2009

Arm in Arm

Utah Companies Cash in on Each Other’s Brand Power
Log Haven restaurant owners know how to keep food on their tables during an economic recession: help their neighbors. It’s not a philanthropic effort, though. Instead, the restaurant is cashing in on a creative marketing trend: we’ll promote your ...
August 10, 2009

A Bright Idea

Utah Universities Give More than Education to the State
Utah is known for some pretty neat inventions, and the universities here are doing their part to continue putting Utah on the map of inventions. The University of Utah (U of U), Brigham Young University (BYU) and Utah State University (USU) all ha...
August 10, 2009

Keep Your Edge

Non-compete Agreements Protect Business Assets
Protecting your company’s assets, including its goodwill, intellectual property and customer relationships, is vital to success and requires careful planning and execution. Non-compete agreements can accomplish those goals and can be a key compone...
August 10, 2009

Summer Sport Spinoffs

New Recreational Pastimes Take from Classic Games
Bored with the same old, same old summertime activities? Here’s a look at two unique ways to spend those lazy summer afternoons. Landlubber Cool Take up the sport of land paddling and you can honestly say you are among those who carry a big...
August 10, 2009

No Snow Needed

Utah’s Ski Resorts Mean Summer Fun
Abandoning the slopes over the hot summer months is not required this year. Utah’s mountain resorts, though void of the state’s famous snow, are waiting to be enjoyed. With no concern for fresh powder, your biggest worry will simply be to remember...
August 10, 2009

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