Gifts After Death Assist Heirs and Community
An Annapolis, Md. woman recently died tragically in a house fire, caused by a portable electric heater, leaving a $7.6 million gift to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) through her will. During life, she had contributed $27,000 to J...May 1, 2008
With Downtown Rising beginning to ascend, regional malls undergoing reconstruction and redevelopment efforts in progress across the state, Utah is poised for significant commercial momentum and growth. While the real estate market has softened on ...May 1, 2008
The Key to Destressing Your Life Comes from Organization
Dave Crenshaw, Salt Lake author, speaker and business coach, conducted a time budgeting exercise with a CEO of a national company. “While reviewing how much time she spent in a given week, we found that she was extremely over budget in what she th...May 1, 2008
Honeymoon in Some of Utah's Finest Resorts
You’ve said your “I dos” and the exciting rush of the wedding is over. Now is the time to get away before the real adventure of marriage begins. With breathtaking red rock formations to exhilarating snow-filled mountains, Utah’s unique landscape o...May 1, 2008
Economuc Development Stakes a Claim in Far Corners of the State
Whether you’re a one-man trucking operation, a mom-and-pop convenience store, or a large manufacturer of you-name-it, companies in rural Utah — or those hoping to move to Utah — have a lot of help growing and expanding these days. And so do the to...May 1, 2008
Utah's Top 100 Companies
18. Deer Valley Resort
A seemly permanent place in SKI magazine’s rankings of top North American ski resorts and the Zagat Restaurant Guide have perched Deer Valley Resort on a pinnacle of success, but company officials continue to look for new ...May 1, 2008
Every Successful Company Starts with an Idea
When Bryan Welton, president and CEO of Namefiers received his first order from Hewlett Packard, he could’ve shouted from the rooftops with joy. But when asked for the company’s graphics department, he was absolutely speechless.
“I didn’t have...May 1, 2008
Mastering the Meal on the Barbeque or Grill
It’s the age-old question, right? Gas or charcoal?
Well, if you ask an expert, the correct answer would probably be both.
Barbequing is the process of cooking food at a low temperature for a long period of time, regardless of seasoning or s...May 1, 2008
Angel Investors Can be Heaven-Sent for Your Startup
In summer of 2003, BYU student David Bateman won two business plan competitions, which put $75,000 in his pocket to start his business. His company, Property Solutions, was developing software to automate all of a property management company’s tra...May 1, 2008
Ethnic Chambers of Commerce Create a Voice for Minority Businesses
Eunice Jones arrived in the United States from the Philippines with two children and a suitcase. By 1999, she had become a successful real estate broker and in 2003, she and her husband opened Re/Max Canyons in Salt Lake City, which recently joine...May 1, 2008
New Construction Brings Expanded Possibilities
When searching for a title for an article about Utah’s construction industry, it all depends on the point of reference. Considering all those new skyscrapers included as part of Downtown Rising, how about titling it “Reaching New Heights”? But the...May 1, 2008
Securities Laws Even Govern Investments by Friends and Family
What do a promissory note, an investment contract and a stock have in common?
Each is considered a security, which means they’re regulated by special securities laws.
The Utah Uniform Securities Act’s definition of a security “is a laundry l...April 1, 2008
An Office Space Redux Can Revamp Your Company's Image
To attract the best clients or solid employees, it’s no longer good enough to have a workspace that merely houses your company. If your office isn’t enhancing your company’s image or bottom line, it’s time to think about redecorating.
Signs of ...April 1, 2008
Utah's Southeast Desert Welcomes the Adventurer for Thrills and Spills
When the first pioneer settlers established a trading post in the southeastern portion of the state, they were probably more interested in the life-sustaining water provided by the nearby Green and Colorado Rivers than the death defying exploits t...April 1, 2008
Preventative Measures Ensure Cardiovascular Health
At the heart of America’s health woes is, well, the heart. Though the American Heart Association recently released reports of a 25 percent reduction in death rates from coronary heart disease and stroke (ahead of the organization’s 2010 goal), car...April 1, 2008
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