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2010 Economic Outlook

Watching for Signs of Recovery
It’s been approximately two years since the recession gripped the nation, halting economic growth across the globe. Though Utah’s economy didn’t feel the recession as quickly as much of the nation did, the Beehive State proved economically vulnera...
December 1, 2009

On the Road Again

Highway Construction Paves Way for Economic Recovery
The state’s most expansive—and expensive—road construction season in history is drawing to a close, and officials are heralding it a success in terms of maintaining jobs in the hard-hit construction industry as well as positioning Utah to emerge s...
December 1, 2009

Making the Grade

Higher Education is Utah’s Current Business Boom
In today’s economy, when most companies are struggling to stay afloat, the word “growth” seems like nothing more than a distant memory from better days. But amid the downsizing, consolidating and restructuring, one Utah industry is experiencing un...
December 1, 2009

Washington and Iron Counties: Reviving a Stalled Economy

After years of record-breaking growth, Southern Utah’s once booming economy, particularly in Washington and Iron counties, has stalled. According to the Department of Workforce Services (DWS), Washington County’s current unemployment rate is 8.1 p...
December 1, 2009

Southern Utah: Washington and Iron Counties

We’d like to give a special thank you to Russ Behrmann, president of the St. George Area Chamber of Commerce, for moderating the discussion and the Entrada for hosting the event. Utah is in the midst of an economic crunch and Washington and Iro...
December 1, 2009

Credit Unions

The economy has everyone from Wall Street to Main Street on edge these days and Utah’s credit unions are no different. But credit union leaders say their community-focused structure has proven successful for their members during these hard times. ...
December 1, 2009

Gifts that Keep on Giving

Consumers Drive Socially Responsible Trend
The holiday season is upon us and consumers all over the world are preparing to seize opportunities like Black Friday sales and Christmas specials, because if consumerism has taught us anything, it’s that it can’t be the happiest season of all wit...
November 1, 2009

Outstanding Directors

Honoring Utah’s Top Board Members
Utah’s business community is rich with professionals who have led the state to success. Often shying from the spotlight are the board members who help guide a company or organization’s direction. Each year, Utah Business is proud to honor a select...
November 1, 2009

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

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