Will the Kennecott Landslide Bury the Local Economy?
On April 10, an enormous landslide dumped 165 million tons of dirt into the bottom of the Bingham Canyon Mine. That amount of dirt could fill 19,000 miles of railcars and stretch three-quarters of the way around the world.
The slide was eve...August 9, 2013
Managing a Multi-generational Workplace
Today’s workplace is a multigenerational mix. As many as four different generational groups can be found working side by side. Additionally, significant economic structural changes are taking place as our economy evolves from being indust...August 9, 2013
Station Park Brings Transit-oriented Development to Davis County
The concept of transit-oriented development—mixed use of residential and commercial areas designed to maximize access to public transportation—is hardly new. It’s been utilized in Europe and Asia for decades, and following Wor...August 9, 2013
In today’s business world of deadlines, long hours and demanding responsibilities, it might be easy to lose sight of what could very well be the most important ingredient in any industry: teamwork. But David Hoopes knows the value of trea...August 9, 2013
Candice Davis became a business owner almost by accident. She and her husband were in search of a motorcycle in her favorite brand, BigDog. When they visited the local BigDog store, Davis proposed an entirely new purchase—buying the store...August 9, 2013
Salt Lake Area
Salt Lake City – The SALT LAKE BEES ranked in the top 25 in Minor League Baseball in licensed merchandise sales in 2012. MiLB is made up of 160 teams.
Salt Lake City – KEN GARFF AUTOMOTIVE GROUP acquired MASER...August 9, 2013
Utah’s Women are Launching More and More Home Businesses
In Utah, women and entrepre-neurialism go hand in hand. In fact, a sizeable chunk of the state’s micro-businesses are launched by women.
According to the most recent American Express OPEN report, Utah is one of the leading states for ...August 9, 2013
What’s Changed Since Hackers Breached a State Medicaid Server?
When hackers broke into a state Medicaid server in March 2012, they stole the personal information of 780,000 Utahns, including 280,000 Social Security numbers. Fallout from the breach resulted in the ousting of Utah’s Chief Information O...August 9, 2013
Five Tricks to Keeping Personal, Business Finances Separate
When launching a new small business, intertwining personal and business finances can be tempting. Small business owners live and breathe their business, sometimes even running it out of their homes. Because of so much personal involvement, usin...August 9, 2013
Advice for Women in the Workforce
About a decade ago, as a member of the governor’s senior staff, I learned a valuable lesson about female leadership in the workplace. The governor’s senior team was discussing the right course of action on a welfare issue affecting ...August 9, 2013
Luxury Lodges Redefine Roughing It
Sleeping in a tent on the cold, hard ground is not a requirement for enjoying the great outdoors. Tucked away within pristine wilderness, luxury hunting and fishing lodges offer unrivaled outdoor experiences paired with indulgent amenities.
...August 9, 2013
Smaller Businesses Targeted to Help Clear Wasatch Front Air
It’s no secret that the Wasatch Front is facing big challenges when it comes to air quality, particularly in the wintertime. During a stretch of weeks in January, fine particulate matter, known as PM 2.5, exceeded federal health standards...August 9, 2013
Utah’s institutions of higher education are making heroic efforts to provide a first-class education with a bare minimum of resources. So say leaders from these schools, who identify significant roadblocks such as access to education, obs...August 9, 2013
Local Inventors Kiss Up to Shark Tank Investors
One hot day, as entrepreneurs Dallas Robinson and Mike Buonomo were working a door-to-door sales job in Texas, the pair began brainstorming ways to raise both money and awareness for their fledgling lip balm company, Kisstixx, which they develo...August 9, 2013
The Gold Market May Have Reached its Peak
Gold has been on a tear over the past few years, with investors piling into the metal as it posted a total return of more than 150 percent from the end of 2008 through 2011. But recently its trajectory has shifted and the metal is now down roug...August 9, 2013