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TARP 101

Financial Experts Weigh TARP Pros and Cons
Ask a Utah banker about the Troubled Asset Relief Program, or TARP, and the first thing they’ll tell you is it is wildly misnamed. No bank’s marketing department would ever call a program that lends federal money to strong banks as “troubled asset...
May 9, 2009

Val Christensen

Filling in the Gaps
As newly appointed president of EnergySolutions, Val Christensen sees himself as a problem solver. From serving as a lawyer, an executive at Franklin/Covey Co., and as executive vice president and general counsel and secretary at EnergySolutions, ...
May 9, 2009

Rob Galloway

Succeeding from the Ground Up
Rob Galloway has always had his eyes set upward. Perhaps that’s why in his free time, Galloway can be found hiking, camping or rock climbing in the mountains of central Utah—always seeming to be moving toward the sky. A 42-year-old married man...
May 9, 2009

IT On the Go

Outsourcing Companies Let Someone Else do the Work
Successful companies know they can’t be experts at everything. Instead, they rely on other experts to fill in where they fall short. Outsourced service providers cut down on costs and help companies focus on what they do best. In Seth Godin’s book...
May 9, 2009

Asset Protection

Keep Your Hand in the Game
The current economic crisis has created numerous horror stories about hard-earned wealth dissolving in an instant. Individuals and families once well-to-do are now seeking bankruptcy protection and trying to protect the assets they have accumulate...
May 9, 2009

Save Up

Tips to Help Employers and Employees Conquer Retirement Challenges
Since no one under 90 years of age has dealt with a financial crisis of the magnitude we’re experiencing now, questions about retirement income and strategies are understandable. Many 401(k) participants are challenging the appropriateness of...
May 9, 2009

Squeeze It In

Finding Time for a Workout Within the Workday
Let’s face it, today’s businesspeople are busy. Balancing responsibilities with work, family and a plunging economy can leave very little time for executives to take care of themselves, especially when it comes to their health. Recognizing that th...
May 9, 2009

Recession R & R

Local Spas Offer Stress-less Specials
Irritability, chest pains, headaches and lack of energy can all be symptoms of one underlying problem: stress. The country’s financial climate has more Americans than ever feeling stressed to the max. In fact, the American Psychological Associatio...
May 9, 2009

Bending Over Backwards

Combat Workday Pain Naturally
A nagging backache, headache or simply feeling unwell at the office will make it difficult to concentrate on even the most simplest of tasks. If you are struggling with persistent pain at the workplace, there are several ways you can reduce or eve...
May 9, 2009

Business Launch

Get your Online Company off the Ground
Though numerous e-businesses are launched each day, starting a successful online company is no easy task. With competing companies vying for the same customers, making the right moves at the right time throughout the startup process is vital. ...
May 9, 2009

Meet Up

Conventions Bring Visitors and Dollars to the State
It wasn’t just the remarkable scenery of the Salt Lake Valley that attracted Linda McKinsey to the area. It wasn’t even the convenience and accessibility provided at the local convention center and hotels. When it came down to it, McKinsey, who is...
May 9, 2009

Work Away

Utah Professionals Mix City Business with Rural Lifestyle
“The first time I thought that living in Peoa and working in Salt Lake could really work was the day my partner called saying that there had been a bad accident with one of our clients’ companies—a helicopter had gone down,” says attorney Larry St...
May 9, 2009

Commercial Real Estate

Utah’s commercial real estate industry is experiencing a significant slowdown, like most industries across the state. Though bracing for the stalling to continue, the state’s commercial real estate leaders remain cautiously optimistic. Our group o...
May 9, 2009

Topping it Off

New Liquor Laws Aim to Woo Businesses & Tourists
In 1974, then-Washington state resident Dan Ferrell traveled through Utah on a business trip. After checking into a hotel in downtown Salt Lake City, he headed to a nearby bar for a Bloody Mary—only to be told by the bartender that he would have t...
April 9, 2009

30 Women to Watch

Women Making a Difference in Utah Business
With dedication for excellence and a competitive fire, today’s businesswomen are making waves across the Beehive State. Each of this year’s 30 Women to Watch brings something unique and inspiring to Utah’s business scene. Spanning industries, job ...
April 9, 2009

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