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A Taxing Situation

States Eye Your (Online) Shopping Cart
Do you check out a $1,500 camera at a Utah store and then buy it online to save sales tax? Do you, as a Utah business owner, know your customers are doing that? The online sales tax debate is a loud and feisty drama, with legislation and lawsui...
May 6, 2013

In It for the Long Haul

TAB Failed Hard and Fast—and Came Out Stronger
When customers with Transportation Alliance Bank (TAB) tried to access their accounts in late February 2012, they ran into a snag. Transactions weren’t posting and they weren’t able to draw on their money markets. Because TAB’...
May 6, 2013

Think Global

The Right Financial Tools Can Overcome Hurdles to Exporting
While carving ski turns in the Argentinean powder of Las Leñas, pro skier-turned-entrepreneur Stephen Drake was inspired to create a new type of skis. Working with engineers from Utah’s aerospace industry, Drake developed the only ...
May 6, 2013

Fernanda and Vivien Bohme: Success from Humble Beginnings

In 2008, Bohme Boutique launched with one storefront in Orem’s University Mall. Now, sisters Fernanda and Vivien Bohme have overseen the development of locations in nearly every local mall as well as the expansion of their business into s...
May 6, 2013

Matt Eyring: An Authority on Disruptive Innovation and Growth

Although Matt Eyring grew up in Bountiful and graduated from the University of Utah, he left the state more than 20 years ago and never really thought about returning. It took an offer from local powerhouse Vivint to bring Eyring back to the We...
May 6, 2013

TriFecTa Design: An Eye for the Extraordinary

Pamela Olson, owner of TriFecTa Design, has earned a lot of fans over the years with her floral arrangements, and quite a few of those fans responded when we asked readers about their favorite flower shops on the Utah Business Facebook page.&nb...
May 6, 2013

All in the Family

Couples Partner in Marriage and Business
Moving from California to Utah represented the first step in a major life changing decision for Alan and Rena Peacock. Alan quit his comfortable job selling toys for Hasbro so that he and his wife could move to Springville and become small ...
May 6, 2013

Building Utah

Utah’s construction industry was knocked down during the Great Recession, but industry insiders believe there’s finally light at the end of the tunnel. Here’s a look at some of the top construction projects on the rise across ...
May 6, 2013

Left to Your Own Devices

A Look at “Bring Your Own Device” Tech Solutions
In corporate America, a battle is happening that many employees never see or think about. The battle lines are drawn over something that is often called BYOD, or bring your own device. The discussion about employees bringing their own devices i...
May 6, 2013

H&M and Nordstrom Rack Among Stores Planned for Station Park

Farmington — Station Park today announced lineup of new restaurant and retail businesses planned to join the list of businesses already open at its open-air center. Led by H&M and Nordstrom Rack, nearly two-dozen dining spots and fash...
May 3, 2013

Ovivo Relocates to Sorenson Research Park

Newmark Grubb ACRES has facilitated the relocation of Ovivo USA, LLC to a 30,000-square-foot space in the Sorenson 7 building, part of the Sorenson Research Park located in Taylorsville. Newmark Grubb ACRES Brokers Nick Teseros and Jack Woo...
May 3, 2013

Cacao Group to Market Cold Stone-Branded Products

Salt Lake City — The Cacao Group, Inc., a Salt Lake City-based chocolate maker, has signed a multi-year licensing agreement with Kahala LLC of Phoenix, Arizona, owners of Cold Stone Creamery, to make and market Cold Stone branded chocolat...
May 3, 2013

Home Federal Bank Opens New Draper Office

Salt Lake City — Home Federal Bank has opened a new loan production office in Draper to serve the Salt Lake and Utah County markets. The new office will provide construction loans to residential and commercial builders. Wayne Wagstaff...
May 3, 2013

Cottonwood Canyons Foundation Resorts Win Award

The National Ski Area Association (NSAA) awarded the Golden Eagle Award for medium size ski areas (200,000- 500,000 visits) to Utah’s four Salt Lake County resorts, Alta, Snowbird, Brighton & Solitude, under the umbrella of the Cotton...
May 3, 2013

U of U to Launch Community Data Project

Info on demographics, housing and more will be accessible to all Utahns
Salt Lake City—The Bureau of Economic and Business Research at the University of Utah’s David Eccles School of Business is readying the launch of the Utah Community Data Project, an online system of community-level demographic, hous...
May 2, 2013

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