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No Snow Needed

Utah’s Ski Resorts Mean Summer Fun
Abandoning the slopes over the hot summer months is not required this year. Utah’s mountain resorts, though void of the state’s famous snow, are waiting to be enjoyed. With no concern for fresh powder, your biggest worry will simply be to remember...
August 10, 2009

Plan It Out

Estate Planning Key to Financial Responsibility
It seems like the people who need to address their personal estate planning the most are usually the ones who are least likely to do it. Estate planning seems to take a back seat to the daily issues busy executives and business owners face. But th...
August 10, 2009

An Ounce of Prevention

Healthy Travel Prep Keeps You Out and About
As owner and tour guide of Villas in Vallarta, Margaret Parrish takes Utahns to Puerto Vallarta, Mexico six to 10 times a year. This year, despite the outbreak of H1N1, more commonly known as the swine flu, Parrish brought a group of travelers to ...
August 10, 2009

Fiscally Fit

Private Banking Keeps Your Plan in Place
ATMs. Phone transfers. Online banking. For years, banks have worked tirelessly to help clients bank without having to enter their buildings. Though these services have made accessing and managing funds more convenient, in times of economic trouble...
August 10, 2009

Under Scrutiny

Federal Regulations Change Corporate Board Governance
Years ago, the CEO of a public company could pack his or her board of directors with cronies who would do his or her bidding or face the heave-ho from the man in the big chair. Today, federal regulations dictate that directors, including those in ...
August 10, 2009

From the Ground Up

Construction Industry Re-builds Utah’s Economy
Construction cranes integrated into the Salt Lake City skyline belie the fact that commercial construction in Utah took a hit during the last year. Like many other industries affected by the economic slump, commercial construction showed a definit...
August 10, 2009

Minority Business in Utah

Utah has a growing ethnic minority population, adding diverse backgrounds, experiences and perspectives to the state’s business landscape. A group of business leaders recently gathered to discuss the role ethnic minorities play in building Utah’s ...
August 10, 2009

Breaking News

Legacy Media Fights for Its Life
American newspapers, Utah’s included, are facing their hardest times since Gutenberg invented moveable type. When you think of the process of putting out a newspaper in the digital age, it does look archaic. Loggers cut down trees, which are truck...
July 10, 2009

Ernst & Young 2009 Entrepreneur of the Year

Innovators Making Utah the Place for Business
Though the economic storm has darkened the nation’s business environment, Utah’s entrepreneurial spirit is still growing strong. As Ernst and Young’s 2009 Entrepreneur of the Year finalists and award recipients show, the Beehive State is a fertile...
July 10, 2009

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

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