Should your Private Company have a Board of Directors?
The CEO of any given company is bound to be busy making major decisions for the future of the business—but when it comes to making those decisions alone, most experts agree that it’s a path CEOs want to avoid.
Enter the board of...September 30, 2015
Utah’s Ski Industry Faces Change, Prepares for a Sunny Future
From boasting the Greatest Snow on Earth to welcoming the world during the 2002 Winter Olympics, Utah’s ski product is among the country’s best. And it’s only expected to get better, says Nathan Rafferty, executive director of...September 30, 2015
Greg Easton is the president and chairman of the board of Jas D. Easton, the parent company of Easton Technical Products and Hoyt Archery. He is also president of the nonprofit arm of the company, Easton Foundations. As a third-generation leade...September 30, 2015
Lois Reid, CEO and co-founder of flight training school Upper Limit Aviation, acquired a passion for aviation from her father, a World War II Army Air Corps pilot who built planes in the family’s backyard. She went on to marry a pilot, an...September 30, 2015
Overstock.com Paves the Way in the Realm of Cryptocurrencies
If there is one word that can encompass Overstock.com, it is “pioneering.” Think the company is simply an online purveyor of retail goods? Think again.
Overstock is constantly adding to its repertoire, and the changes are often ...September 30, 2015
Fighting Back against Cyber-Crime
For the general public, the term “hacker” often conjures Hollywood-style images of socially awkward misanthropes bathed in the soft blue light of their tricked-out laptops. The truth of the matter is that computer hacking, data thef...September 30, 2015
How to Offer an Engaging, Memorable Presentation
In a matter of seconds, our mobile devices and computers can access 1,200 petabytes of information on the internet. This staggering amount of information is great for research and learning—but a mountain of data is an overload in business...September 30, 2015
An Extra-tight Housing Market is Pinching First-time Homebuyers
Across the nation, the big story in real estate is this: There’s nothing to buy.
Scratch that—there’s nothing to buy if you’re looking for a home in the $150,000-$300,000 range.
For first-time homebuyers, the cur...September 30, 2015
Ogden's first Friday Gallery Stroll offers a feast for the senses. Click the thumbnail for more information.
September 30, 2015
Understanding Personal Jurisdiction in the Age of Internet Commerce
Nearly every business has a website, and many businesses utilize their web presence to inexpensively leverage sales by reaching customers that would otherwise be outside of their traditional sales and marketing streams. This can be great for a ...September 30, 2015
A Strong Financial Partnership is Essential to Business Success
Business owners, entrepreneurs and startup pioneers understand the value of having a solid, secure and capable financial partner to enable success, no matter their field of endeavor.
With one of the nation’s strongest economies, an ed...September 30, 2015
A New Policy Institute will help Utahns make Informed Decisions
I’ve learned over the years to pay attention when stars align in a powerful way. It happened when my daughter, who was attending an out-of-state college, landed a job with the school paper, committed to a major and established great frien...September 30, 2015
SALT LAKE AREA
Salt Lake City – The UNIVERSITY OF UTAH celebrated the opening of its newest building on campus, a new, sustainable home for the S.J. Quinney College of Law. After two years of construction, the building is completed an...September 30, 2015
David Cherrington, Brigham Young University
Cammie Cable, CLEARLINK
Shaun Orr, Big-D Construction
Kara Bergloff, Café Zupas
Leslie Hackett, Express Employment Profes...September 30, 2015
Tooele County Sits on the Cusp of Transformation and Progress
Since the earliest pioneers set up their first rickety lean-tos in Tooele Valley, the western Utah county has gone from an agrarian society to a mining community to a hub for military munitions. But as each industry has become obsolete or impra...September 30, 2015
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