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David Petersen

Preserving the Legacy
Three men have guided O.C. Tanner since it started 80 years ago to the international company it is today. The first was Obert C. Tanner, who began the company by selling jewelry from the back of his car. Don Ostler and Kent Murdock were to later f...
July 10, 2009

D. Clark Turner

A Visionary Entrepreneur
Starting a medical device company was somewhat a daunting, intimidating experience for Dr. D. Clark Turner, CEO and president of Aribex, a company that manufactures portable, battery-powered handheld X-ray devices for the dental and veterinary ind...
July 10, 2009

Tried and True

Corporate Cuisine Awards
It’s as simple as this: We ask our readers where the best place is to throw a company event, combine work with pleasure or spend an extended coffee break. We add up the results and pass them back to you. Utah Business magazine’s 2009 corporate cui...
July 10, 2009

From Pitchforks to Cell Phones

Agribusiness Reaps Technology Benefits
Today’s farmers and ranchers are a far cry from the stereotype found in Grant Wood’s classic painting “American Gothic.” While Utah agribusiness owners may still use pitchforks and overalls, as depicted in the painting, they are also technological...
July 10, 2009

Before the Trial

Involvement in Legal Processes Minimizes Expenses
Legal expenses can be difficult for any company to absorb, especially in times of economic turmoil when companies are forced to give added scrutiny to their bottom line. Nevertheless, legal expenses are an almost unavoidable cost of doing business...
July 10, 2009

Bring It Home

Investing in Backyard Activities Means Big Returns
It’s a breezy July evening, the grass is green and soft, there’s a hint of barbeque smoke in the air, the sound of laughter in the distance, and you have an incredibly empty backyard. While some enjoy their summer on patios or in swimming pools, o...
July 10, 2009

Gone Fishing

Cast Away Workplace Stress on a Utah River
“Fly fishing is my life,” says Mike Navidomskis, owner of Kaysville-based Mickey Finn’s Fly Box. “It’s everything—it’s artistic, it’s athletic, it’s aesthetic, it’s poetic.” Navidomskis, who also teaches fly fishing classes and hosts a KSL Radio f...
July 10, 2009

Safe and Versatile

Money Market Accounts Offer Added Advantages to Savings
One positive result from the current economic recession is that more Americans are starting to save money. If you or your business is taking on this challenge by depositing cash in a conventional savings or checking account, you might be missing o...
July 10, 2009

An Unhealthy Circumstance

Keeping Health Coverage Between Jobs
There are few things more difficult than losing your job. Along with unemployment comes a seemingly infinite number of worries, especially how you will afford health insurance. Though securing and financing coverage is much more challenging withou...
July 10, 2009

The Entrepreneur’s Seven Sins

Common Legal Mistakes Can End Your Business Before it Starts
Lust, envy, gluttony, sloth, greed, anger and pride—those were the seven deadly sins to medieval men hoping to enter heaven. What are the serious mistakes that prevent today’s entrepreneurs from reaching their goals? 1. Creating the business en...
July 10, 2009

Welcoming the World

Utah Draws More Visitors from Abroad
While some Americans may not be traveling as far as Paris or Shanghai these days, the recession isn’t keeping international vacationers from visiting the U.S., including Utah. International tourism is up in Utah, a trend that brings big benefits t...
July 10, 2009

To Your Health

Stimulus Money Advances the Medical IT Industry
For at least three decades, technology companies and physicians have worked to transform the health care industry with information technology: electronic medical records, billing and scheduling software and systems to interface with other practice...
July 10, 2009

Sink or Swim

Experts Offer Tips to Keep Public Companies High and Dry
The past year has been a wild ride for Utah’s public companies. Overstock.com stock has gyrated from $29 per share to $7 and back to $12. Headwaters Incorporated stock has moved from $16 to $1.22 to $5. Merit Medical Systems stock has bounced from...
July 10, 2009

Technology

Utah’s technology industry continues to face the ongoing challenge of securing a qualified workforce. At our annual technology roundtable, industry experts discussed unique methods to educate, attract and retain top talent. The group also discusse...
July 10, 2009

Robert S. Conlee

Distributing New Opportunities
If XanGo CEO and President Robert Conlee could pick one word to describe his life and work, it would probably be kaizen—a Japanese word meaning continual improvement that not only defines his work ethic, but also the global experience he brings ...
June 9, 2009

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