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Saving for the Future

How Small Businesses Can Maximize Retirement Options
It is an American dream: start your own business, be your own boss, make ends meet while giving others the same opportunity and one day retire to enjoy the fruits of your labor. But with recent national economic instability, including future socia...
November 1, 2008

On the Upward Slope

Utah Ski Industry Stays a Peak Above the Rest
While other industries struggle to stay standing in their game, a combination of ideal conditions including amazing snow easily accessible to travelers, keeps the Utah ski industry up, running and racing ahead of their competitors, say Utah’s ski ...
November 1, 2008

Techs and Balances

Modern Technology Revolutionizes the Courtroom
Paperless law firms, law blogs, law professors teaching with movie clips and instapolls, trial lawyers instantaneously locating and displaying witness’ prior conflicting testimony, illustrate the new, bold technology legal professionals utilize de...
November 1, 2008

Telecom

The ability to be connected wirelessly with speed and reliability is revolutionizing the way we do business, and the way we live. At this year’s telecom roundtable, Utah Business brought together a varied group of industry players to discuss the m...
November 1, 2008

Caught in the Credit Crisis Web

Unwinding Utah from the Nation's Sticky Financial Snare
Amid national headlines bellowing the losses on Wall Street, panicked pleas on Capitol Hill, and political wrangling over government bailouts, one might almost hear the echo of eighteenth century Scottish novelist Sir Walter Scott’s famous quote: ...
October 1, 2008

Charting a Course

2008 Outstanding Directors Awards
Though corporate directors are quick to insist they are not the engine propelling a business, they do play a pivotal role as co-pilots with the executive team. Directors bring experience and commitment to help businesses take flight, survive turbu...
October 1, 2008

High Tech 20

From the complexities of the human genome to the wild outdoors, Utah’s entrepreneurs have turned technology and talents into useful products. Their interests are diverse. Numerous innovations in computer software and hardware reflect the entrepren...
October 1, 2008

When the Honeymoon is Over

Acquirees Face Challenges to Fit Their New Mold
Deals, deals, deals! In the corporate world, some of the headiest conversations center on upcoming or recently completed business acquisition deals. Corporate managers and media often gush about the size of the transaction, the strong synergy, the...
October 1, 2008

Ray Pickup

Continuring a Secure Legacy
When Ray Pickup received a promotion at work, family and friends had the same response: “Be careful out there.” Pickup’s work may not be deemed physically dangerous, but as the newly appointed president and chief executive officer of Utah’s Wor...
October 1, 2008

Jim Rennert

Shaping the Art of the Deal
Jim Rennert has found that determination and persistence are ingredients for success in athletic, artistic and business endeavors. Before becoming an artist, Rennert was a BYU wrestling scholarship recipient who later worked in business arenas suc...
October 1, 2008

Identity Theft's Many Faces

How to Protect Your Business and Yourself
It’s been about four months since 2.2 million University of Utah Hospitals and Clinics patients’ billing records were stolen from a courier vehicle transporting the files to a storage center. The records, containing social security numbers and oth...
October 1, 2008

Taming the Patent Troll

Tactics for Dealing with a Growing Epidemic
Dealing with patent trolls is an ever-increasing burden and business expense, particularly in technology-driven indust-ries. Whether your business is a regular target for them, or has avoided a troll attack thus far, there are strategies that will...
October 1, 2008

An Educated Decision

Making the Grade in Private Education
With about 122 private schools open and operating in Utah (non-treatment and non-correctional facilities), the variety of programs available for the private education of your child is so extensive that local, comprehensive rankings comparing one p...
October 1, 2008

Taking Aim

Hot Spots for the Utah Hunt
Ask most Utahns about hunting season and they’ll probably focus on the annual mid-October deer hunt. Families plan vacations around it, and brides and grooms their nuptials, even school districts have found ways through the years to give “fall br...
October 1, 2008

Eat Healthy, Live Better

Trade in Your Cheeseburger for a Business Lunch
You’ve spent six hours in a marathon meeting and you’re so hungry you could eat your filing cabinet. Now you’re eating a package of Twinkies, guzzling Dr. Pepper and promising to spend an extra hour at the gym—even though you know you don’t have t...
October 1, 2008

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