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Home Leasing 101

Considerations Before Wearing the Landlord Hat
Falling home prices may have many thinking opportunity, but investors considering the rental market should proceed cautiously, according to some local experts. Danny Gutierrez, a realtor with TruNet Real Estate LLC in Salt Lake and a landlord, ...
November 1, 2009

Get Out, Way Out

Niche Tours are the New Executive Retreats
The roar of the surging water fills your ears. You feel the current resist every stroke of your oar. You look to the left and see an odd mélange of delight and horror-film terror in the eyes of your CEO. You’re rafting Cataract Canyon on the Color...
November 1, 2009

Vision Improved

Tired eyes? Relief is in Sight
As a Verizon tech support customer service agent, Laura Stott works on a computer eight hours daily. And as a student at University of Phoenix, she’s online for about another hour and a half each day. If her eyes become tired, she takes a break fr...
November 1, 2009

A Night on the Town

Business Entertaining with a Twist
So you have some clients coming into town, and your mind is racing about the best way to entertain them while also keeping the precious time your have together productive. Since the state is an outdoorsman’s paradise, the obvious entertainment cho...
November 1, 2009

Looking For a Lift

Utah's Ski Industry Hopes to Hit Upward Slopes
Ask how local ski resort officials are feeling about the upcoming season and the answer you’ll get from each and every one is that they’re cautiously optimistic. The 2008-09 season was a mixed bag with near record-setting snowfall, but fewer ...
November 1, 2009

Balancing the Scales

Mentoring Helps Transition from Law School to Practice
Putting theory into practice poses a problem for many new attorneys who pass the bar exam. Approximately 500 new lawyers enter Utah's legal system each year and many of them open their own practice, says Utah State Bar President Stephen Owens, bu...
November 1, 2009

Telecom

Ted Smith, Stoel Rives, LLP Gary Nieboer, Integra Telecom Myron Perschon, Cache Valley Electric Steve Proper, Comcast Eric Isom, Qwest Travis Starkel, Qwest Matt Reed, Telesphere Layne Sisk, ServerPlus Steven McGhie, Utah Broadband...
November 1, 2009

Before You Say “I Do”

Keeping Your Business and Marriage Separate
“But, where is the love?” This is the question I was asked by an entrepreneur client of mine in response to my suggestion that he consider a prenuptial agreement before getting married. Certainly, it is a question worth asking. How you answer that...
November 1, 2009

Becoming Investor-worthy

Early Stage Companies Seeking Funding Need to Raise the Bar
Charles Dickens once wrote, “It was the best of times. It was the worst of times.” While many high-center on the latter part of that statement calling today’s environment the worst economic times of a generation, we should not forget that trem...
November 1, 2009

Rich Allen

Enjoying the Ride
Ironically, Rich Allen, former COO and recently appointed CEO of Logan-based S&S Worldwide, Inc., one of the top roller coaster manufacturing companies in the world, doesn’t enjoy riding coasters that much—at least not like he once did. For him, ...
November 1, 2009

Flying High

Aerospace and Aviation Industry Continues to Soar
Kelly Hansen will never forget what he said to his oldest grandchild the first time he heard the screeching sound of jet engines from a fleet of F-16s leaving the runway at Utah’s Hill Air Force Base (HAFB). “He said to me, ‘Grandpa, what’s th...
November 1, 2009

Doug Anderson

Fulfilling a Global Dream
Timing is everything. But when opportunity knocks at an inconvenient time, you may just have to open that door and walk in. Just ask Doug Anderson. The day after committing himself to an additional five years with The Center for Executive Developm...
November 1, 2009

One-stop-shop

Web Services to Streamline Your Business
In today’s day and age, the Internet is usually the first place people look for products and information. And businesses are no different. Not only do businesses use the Web to enhance their accessibility, but they also use it to locate marketing ...
November 1, 2009

Utah Green Business Awards

Celebrating Utah’s Greenest Companies, Communities and People
If environmental pioneers from 150 years ago knew about Utah Business magazine’s first Utah Green Business awards, they might say it is an event long overdue. That’s because the history of considering our relationship to the planet reaches far bac...
October 15, 2009

Dell Brown

Creating Opportunities
Dell Brown knows a lot about making dough. As president and chief operating officer of MonaVie, Brown has overseen incredible growth and success at the South Jordan-based company. But the dough he really loves to get his hands into is in the kitch...
October 15, 2009

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