Lenders and Borrowers Meet Halfway to Solve Financial Troubles
In the face of the nation’s worst financial blow-up since the Great Depression, there are numerous business scenarios depicting those caught in the storm, such as a real estate developer finding that a sudden decline in lot sales is jeopardizing t...December 1, 2008
Companies Celebrate the Holidays by Giving Back
Christmas only happens once a year and many Utah businesses celebrate with one-of-a-kind parties. While these parties often celebrate a year of hard work with gifts and games, many companies are choosing to go beyond usual celebrations by giving b...December 1, 2008
Utah Resorts Add Extra Flavor to the Holidays
Looking for a way to escape the holiday crowds or just need a break from gift shopping? Consider taking a weekend retreat at one of Utah’s top resorts. From Park City to St. George, Utah’s resorts offer holiday weekend packages sure to put you in ...December 1, 2008
Wellness Programs Keep Employees Healthy
If you can keep your employees healthy, you’ll be keeping your bottom line healthy, too. That’s because healthy em-ployees are generally more productive and happy while working the nine-to-five grind.
According to the American Heart Associati...December 1, 2008
Your New Office is a Click Away
Nearly every industry is switching to a digital platform, and commercial real estate is no exception. The Internet is a valuable tool for the small business owner looking to buy or lease the perfect place to fit employees, computers and file cabin...December 1, 2008
Small Business Lending Down but Not Out
Suddenly your accounts payable number far outdistances your accounts receivable. So, what if you have the perfect idea for a new business, but lack the capital to get it off the ground and running? In the not so distant past, the answer was simple...December 1, 2008
Beating the Economic Heat
From public gathering places to presidential platforms, the economy is America’s new buzzword. In these turbulent times, stability is a relished commodity and southern Utah is no different than any other area in Utah. From the new airport to the h...December 1, 2008
Washington and Iron Counties
We’d like to give a special thank you to Russ Behrmann, president of the St. George Area Chamber of Commerce, for moderating the discussion and Worker’s Compensation Fund for hosting the event.
The state of Utah is truly beginning to feel the e...December 1, 2008
Europe Opens a World of Business
For many Utah businesses, the land of opportunity lies across “the pond.” Europe, currently equipped with the Euro and a promise of continental unity, is becoming a global market of impressive stature. The good news for globally minded companies: ...December 1, 2008
The economy has everyone from Wall Street to Main Street on edge these days. Local financial experts are advising to stay calm and think long term when making decisions. Our experts also discussed the government bailouts, succession planning and i...December 1, 2008
When it Comes to Fresh and Convenient, Historic Dairy Delivers
Now and then, we all get touched with nostalgia. Remember your child-hood days when the milkman would drop off those shiny glass bottles filled with fresh milk to a cooler on your front porch? No late night milk runs, no shortage of your favorite ...November 1, 2008
Baby Boomers Create Active Retirement Lifestyle Trends
When hospital administrator Kent Howard’s Kansas City hospital changed hands, the buyers offered the 62-year-old a severance package he couldn’t resist.
“I thought it was a great time to retire,” says Howard, recalling that his physician father...November 1, 2008
Keeping your company moving full speed ahead can be tough on today’s bumpy economic road. As the Utah Business 2008 Best Companies to Work For illustrate, avoiding the business potholes that put some companies in a rut includes keeping your employ...November 1, 2008
Designing Utah's Landscape
Don’t expect to ever find Prescott Muir boxed in with his designs, his building drafts or his perspective on Utah’s future. As president of Prescott Muir Architects for 32 years, Muir has his hands on many tables besides the drafting board, which ...November 1, 2008
Making His Pointe
Even though 32-year-old Chicago native Andrew K. Smith grew up surrounded by medical practitioners, he wanted to prove he could be successful taking a different career path, and he’s certainly proven his point with AxisPointe.
As president and...November 1, 2008