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The Value of the Invisible

Ownership of Intellectual Property
Patrick Nagel was a freelance artist who produced some 285 paintings published in Playboy magazine. After Nagel’s death in 1984, copyrights to the paintings were sold by his estate and copies of the paintings were then marketed, generating $25 mil...
January 17, 2012

Gary L. Crocker

Disciplined for Opportunity
Gary L. Crocker doesn’t gripe about his days as a broke, Harvard Business School student, father, husband and full-time salesman. In fact, he talks about those times like they were the best thing that ever happened to him: He’s a young man, with a...
January 17, 2012

Shared Office Space

Is a virtual office right for your company?
Shifting from a home office to leased commercial space can be a huge leap—it’s a greater financial commitment and requires a new level of business management. Some entrepreneurs are choosing to share office space in order to defray costs and draw ...
January 17, 2012

In Recovery?

State Economists Eye the Future with Worry and Hope
We’ve finally stepped off the economic roller coaster—we seem to be through with the unexpected, steep drops. Now all that’s left is a lingering motion sickness. Perhaps that’s why we can’t seem to get firmly on our legs and move forward again. ...
January 17, 2012

The Roads Most Traveled

Paving the Way for Tourism in Utah
Craig Stephenson remembers the first misconception he had of Utah when headed to the state for a convention—that he would find a western desert state with dirt roads, strange liquor laws and most likely a dilapidated transportation system. That wa...
January 17, 2012

In the Mix

How Blendtec Fought to Protect its Design
The concept was invented on a Memorial Day weekend, but it took more than nine years before the blender truly enjoyed its “independence day.” It’s the story of a battle over patent infringement involving inventor Tom Dickson’s company, Orem-base...
January 17, 2012

Fraser Nelson

Building a Strong Community
Working for the common good has always been part of Fraser Nelson’s philosophy. From working on political campaigns after college to serving as the executive director for the Community Foundation of Utah, Nelson has championed the cause of social ...
January 17, 2012

Ready for Take Off

New Initiative Aims to Meet Aerospace Workforce Needs
In early September, Gov. Gary R. Herbert travelled to Clearfield to make a significant economic announcement: Alliant Techsystems Inc (ATK) Aerospace Systems had chosen the northern Utah community to locate its new manufacturing facility for comme...
January 17, 2012

Going Online

Plan Ahead to Build a Strong Web Presence
Creating a website for a big business is a huge undertaking that can make even the most seasoned experts cringe. Web design for a small business is no easy task either. With limited manpower, budget, time and experience, small businesses oftentime...
January 17, 2012

Season of Appreciation

Say a Heartfelt “Thank You” to Clients and Employees
With another holiday season upon us, corporate gift giving is in full swing. Regardless of how 2010 treated your particular industry, it’s likely that the budget still includes holiday gifts for clients and possibly employees as well. But some eti...
January 17, 2012

Economy Down, Enrollment Up

Utahns Head Back to School in Record Numbers
This fall, Utah’s colleges and universities are filled to the brink, experiencing an unprecedented enrollment surge. To meet the demand, schools are promoting online classes more than ever before, hiring more instructors, adding more class section...
January 17, 2012

Women Business Leaders

A Roundtable Discussion Among Local Leaders
Women Business Leaders Roundtable Participants Kate Reddy, McKinnon-Mulherin Maxine Turner Cuisine Unlimited Hydee Willis Creative Expressions Sabina Zunguze A Gift of Africa Alicia Bremer Bremer Public Relations Julie ...
January 17, 2012

Spencer P. Eccles

Spearheading an Economic Recovery
A strong business background that includes experience with tech startups, venture capital, nonprofits and international companies made Spencer Peterson Eccles an obvious choice for the position of executive director of the Governor’s Office of Eco...
January 17, 2012

Smart Money

Year-End Tax Tips for the Small Business
I'm proud to be paying taxes in the United States. The only thing is—I could be just as proud for half the money. –Arthur Godfrey As the year winds down, there are a few things you can do to save your business some money. Here are five tips to ...
January 17, 2012

Blowing the Whistle

How to Make Money from Securities Fraud Without Committing It
On July 15, the U.S. Senate passed the “Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act,” otherwise known as the Wall Street Reform bill. President Obama signed the bill on July 21, 2010, putting into place the most significant and sweep...
January 17, 2012

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