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Luz Robles

Focusing on the Community
It takes about 30 seconds to catch the enthusiasm epidemic Luz Robles spreads around. Give her 30 seconds more, and her knowledge and abilities will captivate you. It’s hard to know which is more impressive, Robles’ knowledge or abilities, but one...
September 1, 2009

Peter Csathy

Leading with Passion
For Peter Csathy, life is all about passion and one might say that having passion is what makes the CEO of Sorenson Media tick. Whether he’s spending time with his family, playing outdoors surfing or skiing, or leading the Salt Lake-based company,...
September 1, 2009

Utah’s New Golden Link

Transit-oriented Development Connects Communities
It was one man, Leland Stanford, who officially joined the rails of the First Transcontinental Railroad by connecting the Central Pacific and Union Pacific railroads with a ceremonial golden spike at Promontory Summit, Utah on May 10, 1869. That d...
September 1, 2009

Traditions in Healing

Medical Devices Aid Chronic Conditions
Despite Utah’s smaller population compared to other states, Utah packs an extraordinary wallop in the development of the global medical device industry, says David Parkinson, vice president of public relations at the Sorenson Companies. “Indu...
September 1, 2009

Catch the Next Legal Wave

Complying with Data Privacy Laws
CVS Caremark Corporation operates 6,300 retail pharmacy stores in the U.S., as well as online and mail order pharmacy businesses. Its customers pay with credit and debit cards, insurance cards, personal checks and cash, generating an electronic ri...
September 1, 2009

Green Wheels

Hybrid Cars Mean a Luxurious Drive
With green being the new thing, hybrid cars are making their way to Utah’s roads. And that includes top-of-the-line hybrid cars, fit for anyone looking for a luxurious, but environmentally-friendly, drive. And though the economy has proven to be w...
September 1, 2009

Team R and R

Low-budget Retreats as Good as Gold
Trying to decide how to motivate and reward your employees without spending big bucks on a retreat? There is a way to keep your employees smiling without a breaking the bank. Work around the economic storm and keep everyone aboard happy with low-b...
September 1, 2009

A Ribbon of Hope

Utah’s Cancer Resources See Patients Through the Battle
Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States. The disease is so prevalent that the American Cancer Society estimates that in 2008 nearly 8,000 new cancer cases were diagnosed in Utah alone. Though such a diagnosis can be life-a...
September 1, 2009

Fill Your Buckets

Ensure Liquidity in Investment Portfolios
Financial planners recommend having three to six months of living expenses in a liquid emergency fund to provide income in the event of a job loss or medical emergency. How should people allocate their investment portfolio after that? DALBAR, a to...
September 1, 2009

Small Business, Big Connections

Today’s Entrepreneurs Need High-end Telecommunications
No business, regardless of size, can compete in today’s economy without a well-designed telecommunications system that meets the needs of both clients and business owners. Voice, data and Internet are survival tools for a healthy business and, tho...
September 1, 2009

Workers’ Comp Costs RX

Protect Your Bottom Line by Protecting Your Employees
When the bottom line looks like it could hit rock bottom, companies tend to go into triage mode—management teams start diagnosing ways to stop budgets from hemorrhaging. And while company-wide barbecues may be an acceptable loss, there are some th...
September 1, 2009

Best of Business 2009

Putting a Wrap on the Year’s Top Headlines
In a year of significant turmoil from economic despair to pandemic, the straight news from the past several months is so infused with drama that one could almost imagine some of the stories competing for script recognition on Broadway. As a matter...
September 1, 2009

High-Mileage Measures

Companies Maximize Fleet Vehicles; Impact Auto Industry Woes
In the early 1980s, Chrysler Corporation introduced something called the K-car, a radical change in design that prompted a lot of skepticism in the auto industry. Lee Iacocca, he with the last name that was an acronym for his eventual title (I Am ...
September 1, 2009

Businesses Welcome

Utah County Leading in Economic Efforts
Two years ago, outside companies interested in moving to Utah County had only one shovel-ready site to choose from. Today, almost 30 sites are available and waiting for the perfect company to take it. The hard part is getting the word out. In...
September 1, 2009

Utah County Outlook

Roundtable Utah County We’d like to thank Noah’s in Lindon for hosting the event and Jeff Edwards, CEO of the Economic Development Corporation of Utah, for leading the discussion. Though hit by the slowing economy like the rest of the state...
September 1, 2009

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