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Celebrating Women in Business

When Karma Newberry acquired Wasatch Supply in 2007, she had to prove that she could lead in a male-dominated field. For example, when one of the company’s long-time customers heard of the ownership change, he threatened to take his business elsew...
May 1, 2011

Commercial Real Estate

Industry insiders are witnessing a groundswell of new demand that is creating a sustainable recovery in the commercial real estate market. Several high-profile developments are underway, and our experts predict positive ripple effects throughout e...
May 1, 2011

Exchange Traded Funds

Avoid Three Common ETF Investing Mistakes
Since their inception in 1993, ETFs (exchange traded funds) have gained in popularity and are now a common staple in many investor portfolios. In concept, ETFs are quite simple. They are an investment vehicle that trades on an exchange—very simila...
May 1, 2011

In the Lap of Luxury

Utah’s Luxury Reputation on the Rise
Beijing. Buenos Aires. Abu Dhabi. Park City. That’s right, Park City is among the more recent additions to St. Regis’ portfolio of 41 distinguished hotels worldwide. The city likewise joins the Waldorf Astoria’s collection of 24 luxury destination...
May 1, 2011

Man Overboard

Two Utah Execs Share Their Boating Mishaps
Anyone who is regularly on the water knows that boats provide more than just thrilling entertainment and an excellent way to drain your bank account really fast. Sometimes they also provide an incredible story. If you don’t know what I mean, just ...
May 1, 2011

Paul Thome: Banking on Experience

Paul Thome: Banking on Experience With more than 37 years working in the banking industry, it’s hard to find someone with more experience than Paul Thome. Thome was recently named president of Utah-based Sallie Mae Bank, the nation’s largest fina...
May 1, 2011

Rolling with the Punches

Local Businesses Fight Against a Tough Economy
Months ago, economists pro-nounced the Great Recession was officially over. It took awhile, but the private sector is finally showing signs of renewed life—better retail sales, increased manufacturing levels, rising consumer confidence and, finall...
May 1, 2011

There’s (Not) an App for That

Use a Pro to Build Your Company’s App
To outsource or not to outsource IT—that is the question. In the ever-changing world of websites, applications, smartphones and tablets, should your company hire in-house staff to develop apps or turn to outsource companies? Websites have ...
May 1, 2011

Think Outside the Cube

Re-inventing Modern Office Space
The cubicle—the bane of comic strip engineer Dilbert’s existence. In one cartoon, Dilbert exclaims that his cubicle is sucking the life out of him, and by the end of the strip readers find out that aliens have designed cubicles to do just that. In...
May 1, 2011

Undercooked Brand

My Dough Girl Starts Over from Scratch
Although her WWII pin-up girl cookie mascots look nothing like the tubby Pillsbury Dough Boy, Tami Cromar found herself embroiled in a trademark dispute with the Dough Boy-mascot owner General Mills. Her gourmet cookie shop, My Dough Girl, was dee...
May 1, 2011

Where Urban and Rural Meet

Utahns Should Work Together Despite Location
Some time ago I was taught the golden rule about rural Utah. It went something like this: “Once you’ve seen one rural community, you’ve seen one rural community.” The statement speaks to the uniqueness of Utah’s cities and towns and t...
May 1, 2011

Around Utah

Salt Lake City - INTERMOUNTAIN HEALTHCARE was ranked one of the nation’s top integrated health systems, receiving the fourth highest score in an annual study of healthcare organizations, and the highest score of any health system in the Western U....
April 1, 2011

Expert e-Tailing

Is Your Website at Risk?
When you think of e-commerce liability issues, most likely you imagine a site that has been hacked and robbed of personal information, leaving customers vulnerable to identity theft or fraud. But Preston Regehr, an attorney and founding partner of...
April 1, 2011

Fiber Added

UTOPIA Digging Roots in Local Communities
When Alexander’s Print Advantage exceeded its available internet bandwidth, Daniel Mortimer did what any competent CTO would do: he compared the services available before deciding to go with the Utah Telecommunication Open Infrastructure Agency, b...
April 1, 2011

Go Natural

Xeriscaping Tips to Beautify Your Yard
Xeriscaping, the low-water landscaping concept and term developed in the early 1980s, has fluctuated wildly in the realm of public adoration. Called “zero-scaping” by critics for its often spare appearance, the gardening approach has now become as...
April 1, 2011

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