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How Open Should Government Be?

A Look at GRAMA Amendments
Are there any reasonable expectations of privacy for an elected official? Who should pay the increasing legal costs as government entities respond to records requests? How should modern-day channels of communication like text messages, IMs, ema...
October 1, 2012

Cash In

Maximizing Employee Stock Options
You’ve worked hard for your employer for several years and been rewarded with options on the company stock. Now stock options make up a large share of your wealth and you’re thinking it’s time to pay more attention. But what a...
October 1, 2012

Moment of Truth

The 2012 Elections are Finally Here
The moment of truth is here. On Nov. 6 Americans will elect a president, vice president and 468 members of Congress. For many, it will be the election of a lifetime as we choose how to eliminate chronic unemployment, national malaise and a tril...
October 1, 2012

Road Warriors

Victory for Lifetime Products in a Chinese Court
There’s an old sports axiom that says if a team can win two-thirds of its games at home, and half its games on the road, they’ll be champions. But winning road games in business, particularly when it involves litigation, is often mu...
October 1, 2012

Ready Cash

Mobile Payment Apps Come with Opportunities—and Risks
Mobile payment apps, which let customers pay for purchases with a swipe of their mobile device, are proving a boon for merchants and consumers alike. Mobile payments let micro-businesses, like artisans or landscapers, easily accept credit card ...
October 1, 2012

A Grand Exit

Launching a Business with an Eye to the Future
Formulating an exit strategy is part of growing a business. Just as a runner trains before a race to reach the finish line, entrepreneurs cannot afford to put off thinking about how they will get a return on their investment down the road when ...
October 1, 2012

Through the Roof

Recessionary Trends Have Bolstered the Multi-family Market
Real estate has been among the hardest hit—and the slowest to recover—of the industries impacted by the Great Recession. But one side effect of the hobbled housing market was a strengthening of the apartment market as shell-shocked ...
October 1, 2012

Delicious Dates

Food and Wine Classes Provide a Delectable Night Out
When it comes time to decide what to do for the weekend, dinner and a show can become the default. But when looking for something creative to do with a date or a fun way to catch up with friends, there is an often-overlooked option—cookin...
October 1, 2012

Women Are Industry Disrupters, Innovators

Women are strong innovators and have more opportunity in a disruptive career, said Whitney Johnson at the Women Tech Awards Thursday afternoon. Johnson is a Boston-based investor and co-founder of the investment firm Rose Park Advisors. She...
September 28, 2012

EDCUtah Celebrates Twenty-Five Years

Utah’s future is bright. So bright that the Wall Street Journal recently named Utah the “brightest star” on the American flag, said Gov. Gary R. Herbert at the Economic Development Corporation of Utah’s (EDCUtah) 25th an...
September 28, 2012

Professional Snowboarders Learn Business at Grow America

Wayward Supply Co. has made it through the first round of cuts in the current startup category of the Grow America Springboard competition. The competition has four rounds: Registration and Executive Summary, Video and Business Plan, Live P...
September 28, 2012

Home Prices Rise for Fifth Consecutive Month

Home prices in the Salt Lake area continued to show gains in August as inventory levels tightened, according to the Salt Lake Board of Realtors. August marked the fifth consecutive month of rising home prices on a year-over-year basis. The medi...
September 28, 2012

People on the Move

The V Foundation for Cancer Research named TRUDY G. OLIVER, Ph.D., of the University of Utah Huntsman Cancer Institute as a 2012 V Scholar. Seventeen cancer researchers were selected nationwide as a part of the Foundation's $3.4 million ini...
September 28, 2012

CrowdHall Opens to Early Users

The social platform that brings town hall meetings to an accessible and interactive level has opened for business. CrowdHall recently opened to early users, adding more town halls continually. “Users can go on and interact, but they c...
September 27, 2012

Bank of Utah Implements MoneyDesktop

Bank of Utah jumped ahead of the curve to provide its customers with one of the most robust online banking experiences that modern technology allows. The locally-owned community bank recently introduced a new Personal Financial Management servi...
September 27, 2012

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