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Banking And Finance

With Utah’s economy finally showing signs of growth and recovery, banking officials and experts discuss the challenges of new federal regulations on the industry and give advice to business execs who are wondering if now is the right time...
February 1, 2012

Urban Renaissance

City Creek Center Reawakens a Lackluster Downtown
From across the street in his little Oxford Shoe Shop at 65 W. 100 South, Richard Wirick, a.k.a. “Mr. Downtown,” has watched the methodic demolition of two city blocks and the rise of the $1.5 billion City Creek Center, complete wit...
February 1, 2012

Still Open

Utah’s Small Retailers are Meeting the Tough Times Head On
Small businesses are often living on the edge. They have tighter margins, smaller cash reserves, more to lose in hard times and fewer back-up plans if something goes wrong. So it’s no wonder with all the belt-tightening during the rec...
February 1, 2012

Healthy and Happy

Companies Reap the Benefits of a Healthier Workforce
With healthcare costs on a steep, upward trajectory, employers are becoming more creative in their efforts to promote wellness. With both carrots and sticks, companies are prodding employees to take control of their health through a variety of ...
February 1, 2012

Feeling the Pain

Medical Provider Shortage Looms Large
In the course of one week nearly three and a half years ago, the future of medical providers in Utah may have been changed for decades. That was in September 2008, when the federal government cut $10 million in Medicaid funding to the Universit...
February 1, 2012

A Foodie Tour

Local Culinary Treasures to Hit While Travelling the Beehive State
Le Nonne Location: Logan Food: Traditional Italian Specialties: Handmade raviolis and the famous Pollo Le Nonne Ambiance: Romantic with patio seating Alcohol: Beer and wine Local attractions:  Beaver Mountain Ski Re...
February 1, 2012

Best in Show

Twice a year, thousands of businesses converge on Salt Lake City for the Outdoor Retailer Show.             The focus may be the same for every company, but the goals and the process ar...
February 1, 2012

Stop that Tweet!

How to Avoid the Biggest Social Media Mistakes
Social media is no longer shiny and new—but we’re all still learning and making mistakes. And who knows what will be the next Big Thing? “There is no social media expert on the planet. It’s too infant,” says Wesley...
February 1, 2012

The Next Big Thing

CES: The Good, The Bad and Why I Go
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is alive and well, with 2012 being the highest attended show in its 45-year history. Despite all of the activity and attendance, I hear much of the same grumblings about CES year in and year out: It’s n...
February 1, 2012

All in the Family

Family-owned S.E. Needham Jewelers Thriving into Sixth Generation
It’s survived two world wars, the Great Depression and several recessions, including the most recent, but after 115 years in business, the family-owned S.E. Needham Jewelers in Logan is still going strong.     &nbs...
February 1, 2012

Utah’s Olympic Moment

Reflecting Upon Lessons Learned During the Games
“Not everybody gets the chance to skate the performance of their life.” That was U.S. figure skater Sarah Hughes’s summary of how she had catapulted from fourth place to Olympic gold at the Delta Center on the last night of th...
February 1, 2012

The Right Fit

Tips to Choose Your Investment Professional
The current market volatility—rallying one day, pulling back the next—continues to frustrate many investors. During these complex financial times, you may want to consider turning to a professional for help as you review or rebuild ...
February 1, 2012

Google (B)AdWords

Avoiding Trademark Infringement in Search Engine Advertising
As the world’s largest marketplace, the internet presents businesses with enormous sales opportunities, as well as significant obstacles in assuring that their products appear in the storefront windows of that marketplace. Transportation ...
February 1, 2012

Governor Announces Air Quality Initiative

Flanked by representatives from business, healthcare and growth planning organizations, Gov. Gary R. Herbert called Utahns to action and urged them to do their part to improve Utah’s air quality. The initiative, the Utah Clean Air Partner...
February 1, 2012

Interide Logistics Opens Freight Broker School

Interide Logistics, a Utah-based third-party logistics company, announced the creation of a post-secondary, state licensed freight broker school. The vision of the school’s creators is to meet an exploding market demand for trained logist...
February 1, 2012

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