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Undercooked Brand

My Dough Girl Starts Over from Scratch
Although her WWII pin-up girl cookie mascots look nothing like the tubby Pillsbury Dough Boy, Tami Cromar found herself embroiled in a trademark dispute with the Dough Boy-mascot owner General Mills. Her gourmet cookie shop, My Dough Girl, was dee...
May 1, 2011

Where Urban and Rural Meet

Utahns Should Work Together Despite Location
Some time ago I was taught the golden rule about rural Utah. It went something like this: “Once you’ve seen one rural community, you’ve seen one rural community.” The statement speaks to the uniqueness of Utah’s cities and towns and t...
May 1, 2011

Around Utah

Salt Lake City - INTERMOUNTAIN HEALTHCARE was ranked one of the nation’s top integrated health systems, receiving the fourth highest score in an annual study of healthcare organizations, and the highest score of any health system in the Western U....
April 1, 2011

Expert e-Tailing

Is Your Website at Risk?
When you think of e-commerce liability issues, most likely you imagine a site that has been hacked and robbed of personal information, leaving customers vulnerable to identity theft or fraud. But Preston Regehr, an attorney and founding partner of...
April 1, 2011

Fiber Added

UTOPIA Digging Roots in Local Communities
When Alexander’s Print Advantage exceeded its available internet bandwidth, Daniel Mortimer did what any competent CTO would do: he compared the services available before deciding to go with the Utah Telecommunication Open Infrastructure Agency, b...
April 1, 2011

Go Natural

Xeriscaping Tips to Beautify Your Yard
Xeriscaping, the low-water landscaping concept and term developed in the early 1980s, has fluctuated wildly in the realm of public adoration. Called “zero-scaping” by critics for its often spare appearance, the gardening approach has now become as...
April 1, 2011

If it’s not broken…

Utah has a long and storied legacy of innovation, forged by industry leaders such as Alan Ashton and Bruce Bastian, co-founders of WordPerfect; Ray Noorda, co-founder of Novell; and Edwin Catmull, president of Pixar Animation Studios. Today that l...
April 1, 2011

Industry Insiders Discuss the 2011 Legislative Session

The end of the legislative session has not brought an end to political controversy. While the debates about immigration and governmental transparency rage on, industry representatives weigh in on the measures that matter most to businesses in Utah...
April 1, 2011

It’s a Deal

Utah’s M&A Activity on the Rise
The last couple years of the current financial crises have showed a decline in mergers and acquisitions taking place in Utah. Tight financial markets, especially when it comes to borrowing, have significantly impacted deal activity not just in Uta...
April 1, 2011

Jumpstart Office Morale

Bring Your Workplace Back to Life
Mike Collier remembers the moment well. He was sitting at his desk in a Utah County office building when the boss came in. He says the look on his leader’s face was priceless—lost, forlorn, helpless. His boss then said, “I don’t know what to do.”...
April 1, 2011

MANUFACTURING

Utah doubled its exports over the past five years, ranking it first among all states in exports. The state boasted nearly $14 billion in exports last year, and local manufacturers say they are operating smarter and leaner—and bringing processes ba...
April 1, 2011

On the Money

Small Business Lending Myths Debunked
Contrary to what you’ve probably heard in media reports, banks are lending and are looking for qualified borrowers, particularly small businesses. In fact, banks work with the government-backed Small Business Association (SBA) to offer loans speci...
April 1, 2011

The Value of Patents

What Decision Makers Should Know
Whether an invention is independently developed or acquired from others, patents have value. Only the patent owner has the right to employ the invention in the marketplace—and that exclusivity has value. Licensing of patents by a patent owner also...
April 1, 2011

The VC Money Tree

The Truth about Venture Capital in Utah
According to word on the street, Utah is not well connected to Wall Street. Further, landing second-round venture capital funding is more difficult for Utah-based entrepreneurs than those in other states. The Wall Street Myth “Saying Ut...
April 1, 2011

Utah Innovation Awards

Homegrown Inventions Changing the World
Since Utah’s earliest beginnings, innovation has been key to the state’s success and survival. Finding only one tree living in the Salt Lake Valley, the pioneers immediately began planting crops, building cities and literally transforming the des...
April 1, 2011

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