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Avoiding the Domino Effect

The Moves to Make if Your Supplier or Customer Goes Bankrupt
It’s the classic story of how “they all come tumbling down.” In the throws of the economic crisis, auto-part manufacturers couldn’t borrow money or buy raw materials in without first being paid for parts they already shipped. The threatened bankru...
April 9, 2009

Refinancing Myths

Setting The Record Straight
With President Obama’s foreclosure plan, and the recent passing of the economic stimulus package, many Utahns ought to consider refinancing their home loans. But, when it comes to refinancing, many consumers are confused about the process. When is...
April 9, 2009

Backyard Waterworks

Green Waterscaping Tips Save Your Wallet
Waterworks for the yard—pools, spas and landscape water features—can add enjoyment, relaxation and beauty to your home. But let’s face it: they can also add a hefty sum to your monthly power bill. The cost of heating and pumping pool water ca...
April 9, 2009

What a Rush

Take a Ride on Southern Utah’s Whitewater Rapids
Micki Hazlett lives for the thrill of whitewater rafting. Her passion for the rush-filled sport began 25 years ago when she accepted a position as a river guide, teaching others her favorite outdoor sport. She even met her husband, Steve Hazlett, ...
April 9, 2009

Keep It Ticking

Cardiac Intervention Programs Reduce Future Heart Attack Risk
Joe Dalto was searching for a seat at the Deer Valley Amphitheatre when he suddenly collapsed. The 53-year-old Intermountain Healthcare quality consultant had no pulse or respiration. A bystander immediately started CPR while a volunteer ran to th...
April 9, 2009

Office-Sweet-Office

Make Your Workplace Professional and Personal
With the likes of MySpace, iPod and YouTube, technology has created a “me” culture—consumers have gotten used to turning anything they touch into a reflection of themselves, including their office design. Many employers are finding ways to mak...
April 9, 2009

A Crop of Opportunity

Utah’s Economic Climate Ripe for Mergers and Acquisitions
It wasn’t long ago that two of Utah’s greatest business resources—its work-force and the material supplies to keep that workforce busy—were more in demand than in supply. Construction was at an all-time high, particularly residential construction,...
April 9, 2009

Cadillac Banking

Private Bankers Offer Top Financial Services
It’s a national trend we’ve seen in previous recessions: in an economic crisis, people cut their spending, protect their capital and become very conservative with their investment portfolios, including the wealthy. While Utah’s private bankers und...
April 9, 2009

Travel and Tourism

Though economic times are tough, Utah’s travel and tourism leaders say the state is still seeing its fair share of tourists coming in from all corners of the world—from France to Japan to Utah’s own residents. Our panel of experts discussed some o...
April 9, 2009

Sitting the Bench

Corporate Sponsors Take a Time Out
The 2008 end-of-year fiscal reports show it: Americans reconsidered their spending habits, made budgets, reviewed their necessities and scaled down their leisure activities, including sports and entertainment events. Now, arenas and theatres are c...
March 9, 2009

CEO of the Year

Eight Greats Lead Utah
Utah’s business landscape is rich with professionals who have led the state to success. Each year, Utah Business is proud to honor a selection of CEOs who play an integral role in building the Beehive State. These eight professionals exude innovat...
March 9, 2009

Representing the World

Lawyers Seal the Deal Home and Abroad
If you listen to the radio, you might hear the Salt Lake Chamber of Commerce’s recent ad “Utah is global!” The fact that merchandise exports topped $10 billion in 2008, with more than 2,000 Utah companies exporting internationally, substantiates t...
March 9, 2009

An Employer’s Opportunity

A Wealth of Talent, With Nowhere to Put It
Rising unemployment—it can happen in the blink of an eye. Just over a year ago, Utah was boasting an unemployment rate of 3.5 percent, well below the national average of 6.1 percent during that time. And, even with a climb of 0.7 points from th...
March 9, 2009

Ryan Ashton

Forging New Territories
Few things in life are as grueling as waiting for medical test results. Whether anticipating a minor illness or serious disease, the sit-and-wait game is a scenario the majority can relate to—including Ryan Ashton, president and CEO of Great Basin...
March 9, 2009

Darin McDaniel and Daren Smith

Blending Technology and Talent
Around Lumenas Animation Studios, they are affectionately known as Little D and Big D, due to a simple height differential. But, when it comes to producing animated films, Darin McDaniel and Daren Smith are creative equals who complement each othe...
March 9, 2009

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