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Scaling Up

Utah's Fine Dining Options re Bringing It All to the Table
It’s 6 p.m. at upscale Park City eatery Jean Louis. Penguin-suited waiters are bustling to seat the first customers and check the specials. Renowned chef Jean Louis Montecot is poised at the entrance greeting guests as they arrive. He knows many ...
April 1, 2008

New Laws for New Technology

The World Wide Web Makes Trademark Law More Complex
Richard Bucchi, doing business as Catholic Radio, obtained the domain name, “Plannedparenthood.com.” On the Website, Bucchi advocated his anti-abortion booklet, “The Cost of Abortion.” The court granted Planned Parenthood Federation of America, In...
April 1, 2008

Jeff Thredgold

The Optimistic Economist
Jeff Thredgold hated his economics classes in college and decided to avoid the field altogether. Now, more than 35 years later, he is one of the most respected and sought-after economists in the nation. While the media paints a dire financial pict...
April 1, 2008

Life-saving Access

Technology Proves Useful in Bettering Patient Care
When the Intermountain Medical Center opened its doors in Murray last fall, the impressive skyline of buildings was much more than an architectural showcase. What made the facility, as well as other hospitals, clinics and medical research centers ...
April 1, 2008

30 Women to Watch

Each of this year’s 30 Women to Watch brings something unique to the table. Some have experience, others a strong education. But one trait is common among them all: passion. These women span job titles, industries and expertise, but whether of...
April 1, 2008

Allen Bostrum

A Universal Turnaround
As the CEO of a company that helps turn around struggling businesses, it helps to have some first-hand experience. Allen Bostrom, CEO of Universal Accounting Center (UAC), has the resume for the job. Bostrom worked for more than a decade to turn h...
April 1, 2008

Keepin' It Green

Business and Government Join in Caring for Mother Earth
Walk into the police station in Park City and you won’t the see cold, stark surroundings usually associated with municipal offices. Instead, the new 24,000-square-foot building reflects a warm design, incorporating wood, stone and brick accents. B...
March 1, 2008

CEO of the Year

Vision Builders
Utah’s business landscape is rich with professionals who have led the Beehive State’s economy to success. But each year a few individuals stand out above the rest. These eight professionals exude innovation, show sound business judgement and have ...
March 1, 2008

Let's Meet on the Web

Technology Proves Useful in Message Dissemination
Some of the world’s leading technology companies are using what seems like a simple technique to generate hot sales leads at very small cost. Invitations to Web-based seminars – or webinars – are popping up on business home pages more frequently t...
March 1, 2008

Anything but Rough

Golf Escapes Abound for a Quick Round or a Weekend Retreat
Winter’s almost over and it’s finally time to bring those golf clubs out of hibernation. Hidden under all that snow are dozens of outstanding Utah courses – ranging from affordable to exclusive – and they’re all waiting to be played. So the big qu...
March 1, 2008

Off to the Races

Proper Marathon Training Breeds Race-day Success
Kent Landvatter, president of Goldman Sachs Bank in Salt Lake City, has run more than 20 marathons. He usually runs five miles three or four times weekly before work. Depending on his stage of training for his next marathon, his weekend run ranges...
March 1, 2008

You Can Take It With You

RV Excursions Bring the Comforts of Home to the Open Road
Imagine having a vacation home in Park City, Moab, Zion National Park, San Diego, Chicago, Florida, Mexico and New England. It may sound like a retirement dream come true, but for RV enthusiasts, anywhere the open road leads can become a getaway d...
March 1, 2008

Sox it to 'Em

Sarbanes-Oxley Regulations Send a Hard Blow to Public Companies
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 had a curious, unexpected effect: it spawned a brand new industry of software companies, consultants and accountants dedicated to helping public companies implement the act’s numerous requirements. This entrepreneuri...
March 1, 2008

La Traduccíon Latina/The Latin Translation

En Utah, las comunidades latinas e hispanas encuentran interpretaciones nuevas por el comercio/In Utah, the Latino and Hispanic Communities Find New Interpretations for Business
When Rod Castillo first volunteered to teach classes at the Pete Suazo Business Center, his intent was to help members of the Latino community, not make them cry. But it was when he saw tears on the faces of his students that he knew he was in the...
March 1, 2008

Watch Your Step

Insurance Strategies Limit the Risk of Doing Business
“A few years ago there was a fire on North Temple and 700 West in Salt Lake City,” recalls Mike Brown, manager of ATP Insurance Group. “A high-end wood working company, which was leasing the building there, went up in flames. The building went wit...
March 1, 2008

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