Untangle the Jargon Surrounding Healthcare Reform
It’s been called healthcare reform, Obamacare and the Affordable Care Act. Depending on who you talk to, it’s been called a lot of other names as well—some we can’t print. Regardless of its name, the nation’s healt...June 7, 2013
As the Affordable Care Act inches closer toward reality, many questions persist regarding how the changes will impact employers and individuals. Hear from industry leaders as they discuss the many challenges and issues associated with reform.
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Salt Lake City — “Second Suns,” the new book written by New York Times best selling author David Oliver Relin, set for release June 18, chronicles the ongoing efforts of Geoffrey Tabin, co-director of International Ophthalmolo...June 6, 2013
Salt Lake City — David Weekley Homes has broken ground on four new model homes in South Jordan’s Daybreak community.
Weekley is building four, fully-furnished model homes in Daybreak, with an anticipated date of opening in late ...June 6, 2013
Bank of Utah Introduces Two New Online Treasury Management Services Using the Latest Technology to Help Utah Businesses Accept Payments and Prevent Payment Fraud
Ogden – Bank of Utah has introduced two new treasury manageme...June 6, 2013
West Jordan – Mountain America Credit Union recently took home four awards for outstanding marketing and business development from the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) Marketing & Business Development Council.
Two of the a...June 6, 2013
Salt Lake City – The Scotsman Guide’s annual Top Mortgage Lender rankings were released this week, and with nearly $5 billion in loan volume, Salt Lake City-based Primary Residential Mortgage, Inc. (PRMI) ranked as the 9th highest-p...June 6, 2013
Utahns Face an Increasingly Tight Water Supply
Utah is running out of water.
Do you think that’s an exaggeration? Consider that by about 2050, Utah’s population will have doubled to more than 5 million people, and demand for Utah’s limited water resources will boom rig...June 6, 2013
Alternative Businesses Embrace Regulation and Scrutiny to Gain Legitimacy
Rules, regulations, red tape—the things every business owner loves to hate. But some businesses, in some industries, have found that embracing regulations and public scrutiny is the surest path to legitimacy.
In past years, many of th...June 6, 2013
Seeking a Long-term Solution to Canyon Gridlock
It’s a beautiful February morning. The air is crisp, the sky a brilliant blue, there’s no wind and the resorts are calling your name. So you secure your skis to the car rack; toss your parka, boots and gear into the backseat; grab y...June 6, 2013
Utah’s Unique Demographics Create Niche Opportunities
Utah is known for many things, including top-notch ski slopes, stunning national parks, a thriving business climate and the 2002 Winter Olympics.
And, of course, Mormons.
Ever since Brigham Young led his followers into the Salt Lake Val...June 6, 2013
Rand Bateman, Bateman IP ; Scott T. Evans, Christensen & Jensen; Lynn Davies, Richards Brandt Miller Nelson;
Kevin Pinegar, Durham Jones & Pinegar; Hal J. Pos, Parsons Behle & Latimer; Dave Epperson...June 6, 2013
For most people, personal finance is a necessary evil. But to Brian Nelson Ford, it’s a passion.
“I was one of those nerdy kids in high school that could pick up and devour a textbook about finance,” Ford says. As he grew ...June 6, 2013
Can You Forgo a Website in Favor of Facebook?
It used to be a customer’s automatic question to a business owner or company representative: “What’s your web address?” And the response would come equally as naturally in the form of the URL of that company’s webs...June 6, 2013
Describing Carine Clark as a rockstar CEO is a natural thing to do. And it isn’t just because she plays the keyboard in a band.
Clark possesses a vision not always common in the CEO community. Her focus is to ensure each customer feel...June 6, 2013