There's No Place Like Home, Even on Vacation
As the economy slows, more people are putting their travels on hold, while others, who are unwilling to forfeit their adventures, are finding creative ways to travel on a dime. Home exchange is one vacation option that’s growing in popularity. “Ho...September 1, 2008
Relax and Restore with Local Wellness Retreats
In June 2008, Lindsay Parrish, account manager at KSL TV, organized a wellness retreat at Red Mountain Spa in St. George for 35 of the TV station’s female advertising clients. The women chose either a massage or facial and many also enjoyed a mani...September 1, 2008
Prevention and Early Detection are Key
In April 2007 Cherri Oaks Ringger of Orem heard the words that more than 7,000 other Utahns heard that same year: You have cancer.
“I never thought it would happen to me,” Ringger says.
According to the American Cancer Society’s (ACS) Canc...September 1, 2008
Web-based Telecom Connects Us All
MediaRAIN President Andrew Howlett has a lot of new names
In the past year, the Orem-based interactive marketing agency has grown from 15 to 25 employees, and Howlett expects to add more in the coming months. “We knew we were going...September 1, 2008
Commercial Development Links Salt Lake and Utah Counties
Have you driven down I-15 recently with someone who hasn’t seen Utah in a while? If you approach the Point of the Mountain area, a typical response is open-mouthed amazement. Where did all those houses come from? And what is all that new commercia...September 1, 2008
A Growing Oasis
Nestled between the blue waters of Utah Lake and the regal Wasatch Mountains, Utah County lies in the perfect location to weather any storm. As the nation continues to struggle with economic issues including the energy, financing and housing crise...September 1, 2008
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.
(1) Dennis Astill, Anderson Geneva Development; (2) David Dyches, Employ...September 1, 2008
Musculoskeletal Disorders Put a Cramp in Worker's Compensation
University of Utah student Wendy Weber is in constant pain and she’s beginning to fear her future. Since losing all feeling in her left thumb this past spring, her life has changed dramatically while she waits for a diagnosis. “Suddenly one day, m...September 1, 2008
We’d like to give a special thank you to David Cherrington, professor of organizational leadership at Brigham Young University, for moderating the discussion and Holland & Hart for hosting the event.
Back Row: Jonathan Driggs, Wo...September 1, 2008
When Pat Richards first moved to Utah in the early 70s, officer positions in the banking industry were rare for women. Although she was well qualified, only one financial institution, First Security Bank, now Wells Fargo, even extended an intervie...August 1, 2008
Utah’s Universities Have Come Up With Some Pretty Cool Stuff
Some people might think a university is a place where future geniuses only begin cutting their teeth. But some of the stuff that’s originated from Utah’s university tech transfer offices could help Q restock James Bond’s arsenal, motivate Lance Ar...August 1, 2008
Affirmative Defense Can Shield Against Harassment Claims
Imagine two businesses, Business A and Business B, each striving to make a profit and enjoying a measure of success. But, despite sound staffing procedures, both companies hire male supervisors whose behavior toward females is deplorable: they com...August 1, 2008
Luxe Automotive Gets Your Dreams on the Road
“My goal is to help people get into the cars they love,” says Tamio Stehrenberger. And that’s just what he’s doing. Stehrenberger is a self-proclaimed automobile fanatic and founder of Luxe Automotive Group, a company that rents and leases luxury ...August 1, 2008
Park City Festivals Sizzle With a More Tolerable Heat
Sizzle. Sizzle. Sizzle. August is just plain hot in most parts of Utah. So, when the umpteenth trip to the ice cream parlor doesn’t quite satisfy, pack up the clan and head for the hills. At 7,000 feet, Park City’s summer days are pleasant and eve...August 1, 2008
Pick Your Mix of Unique Spa Services
When independent investor Lawrence Coffman visits The Kura Door Holistic Japanese Spa in Salt Lake City, a bath attendant invites him to choose from a tray of organic botanicals such as mineral-rich sea salts and essential oils that will be infuse...August 1, 2008