High Altitude High Fashion

Utah’s Fashion Scene is a Unique Mix of Casual and Couture
New York. Paris. Milan. These are the cities most people think of when they think of high fashion. Provo, Salt Lake City and Park City? Generally less often. But from Utah’s distinctive mountains to its sagebrush deserts, the Beehive stat...
August 10, 2015

A Year of Change

Employers Must Adapt to Changing Legal Landscape for LGBT Employees
2015 forever will be known, in employment law circles, as the year that members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community gained full legal protection from discrimination in the workplace. The list of 2015 LGBT legal de...
August 10, 2015

On the Payroll

Utah Agencies are Working to Eliminate Worker Misclassification
Picture this: You are a young entrepreneur with big dreams. You’ve just started a cleaning service with the potential to become successful, but you need to expand. You hire new workers, and because they work jobs at multiple locations, yo...
August 10, 2015

Summer Reading

The Road to Character Offers Advice for Developing Inner Virtues
I once visited the National Archives in Washington, D.C., with a group of Utah business leaders as guests of Sen. Orrin Hatch. I will never forget the experience. Serving as the senior U.S. senator gives you extraordinary access to the nation&r...
August 10, 2015

Around Utah Facts August

SALT LAKE AREA Salt Lake City – WESTERN GOVERNORS UNIVERSITY will host the new Accountable Care Learning Collaborative (ACLC). The new, nonprofit collaborative, the largest accountable care collaborative in the world, is being formed ...
August 10, 2015

Nonprofits Roundtable

      Laura Hadley, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Utah Idaho Chapter Tom Goldsmith, First Unitarian Church of Salt Lake City Paul Parker, Hawkwatch International Matt Pacenza, HEAL Utah Jeanie...
August 10, 2015

“Keep Your Employees on TRACK” to reduce accidents

UB Voices by Staker Parson
Protecting employees is a moral and ethical must for successful companies.  People are our greatest resource, and we owe it to them to provide a structured and thoughtful way to do their work safely and effectively. Risk management is not ...
August 10, 2015

Rocky Ground

Utah’s Agriculture Industry Faces New and Enduring Obstacles
Agriculture in Utah is a massive economic driver—a $17.5 billion industry that supports 80,000 jobs with a $2.7 billion payroll and accounts for 14 percent of the state’s economic output. But despite its magnitude, there are growing...
August 10, 2015


Seizing Control America First Credit Union Develops a Security App to Help Protect Members By Peri Kinder Accounts of identity theft date back to biblical times. In the Book of Genesis, the story of Jacob and Esau describes how Jacob de...
August 10, 2015

The Museum of Natural Curiosity: Yes! Please Touch!

Readers’ Choice, as selected by Utah Business Facebook fans…
Each month, we ask our Facebook fans to nominate their favorite Utah-owned businesses and select one to feature here. This month we asked fans to tell us their favorite local museum. Want us to write about a business you love? Follow us at www....
August 10, 2015

What’s your Passion?

What do entrepreneurs and nonprofit executives have in common? Passion. They each have an all-consuming passion for their ideas, their work and their causes. This month’s issue includes our annual nonprofit roundtable, which brings togeth...
August 10, 2015

Outdoor Retailers Turn Up Heat for Summer Show

Salt Lake City—The Outdoor Retailer Summer Market descended on Salt Lake City this week, bringing with it 27,000 attendees—and $25 million of their money. Outdoor Retailer, the trade show for manufacturers, retailers and supplie...
August 7, 2015

Panel Discusses Need, Solutions for Kids to Get Outside

Youth today are getting out less and less, and communities, nonprofit organizations and outdoor retailers all need to cooperate to turn back the increasingly sedentary tide, said industry and civic leaders in a panel Thursday. Speaking in c...
August 7, 2015

Hale Centre Theatre Signs Lease Agreement for New Sandy Stage

Sandy—Hale Centre Theatre (HCT) signed a lease agreement Thursday, August 6 with Sandy City to build a new state-of-the-art theatre at 9886 Monroe Street. There are plans to break ground on the theatre in Fall 2015 with an anticipated ope...
August 7, 2015

People on the Move

St. George—The Board of Directors and Policy Council of The Learning Center for Families (TLC) is pleased to announce that Suzanne Leonelli from Centerville has accepted the position of Executive Director and will begin work on Septe...
August 7, 2015

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