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USU's College of Education and Human Services Ranks Among Top 30 Nationally

Logan — U.S. News and World Report magazine has named the graduate programs in Utah State University’s Emma Eccles Jones College of Education and Human Services among the top tier of colleges of education in the nation. In the 2...
March 13, 2014

Sunwarrior Opens Southern Utah Office

Washington, Utah — Sunwarrior, a Southern Nevada company that provides plant-based protein powders and supplements, has opened a new office in Washington, Utah, near St. George. The company will continue to be based in Southern Nevada, wi...
March 13, 2014

Best Cities for Homeownership in Utah Revealed

Utah residents who are considering buying a home have a lot of options when it comes to choosing a city to live in. Consumer finance site NerdWallet recently analyzed the 47 cities in Utah with populations greater than 15,000 to determine which...
March 12, 2014

Rossignol Building in Park City Sold

Park City — Cottonwood Newpark Two has sold a class-A office building, home to Rossignol USA in Park City. Newpark Two Property Owners was the buyer. The 30,382 square foot building was built in 2007 as the North American Headquarters...
March 12, 2014

Utah Gas Prices Rising, Still Among Lowest in U.S.

Salt Lake City – Utah’s gasoline prices are following their typical yearly trend by moving up this spring, reports AAA. Even with a double digit increase this past month, Utah’s prices are relatively low when compared with the...
March 12, 2014

U of U Ranked Second for Video Game Design

Salt Lake City — The University of Utah has been named the second-best place to study video game design for undergraduates in a project by the Princeton Review. The U ranked No. 4 for graduate studies of video games. The University of...
March 12, 2014

CEO of the Year

Leadership doesn’t start and end with a title—it requires innovation, adaptability, decisiveness and the unique ability to inspire. In the next few pages, we honor eight CEOs who live and breathe these traits. These are chief execs ...
March 12, 2014

Deseret News’ Transformation to a Worldwide Information Business

What can your Business Learn from its Strategy?
If it was the equivalent of an earthquake, a lot of people didn’t notice at the time. What took place in 2000 would eventually shake the financial foundation of the Deseret News to its core and lead to questions about the newspaper&rs...
March 12, 2014

Common Core Raises Expectations—and Some Ire

The fourth-grade students in Anthony Cusumano’s class at Midvale Elementary don’t know that 45 states in the nation got together to create national standards of learning. They don’t know their curriculum has changed, making ma...
March 12, 2014

Joyce Sibbett: Education through a Child’s Lens

Joyce Sibbett is the president of Dancing Moose Montessori School, which she founded in 2007 in West Valley City. The school recently expanded to a second location in South Jordan. Each center has the capacity to serve about 240 students and se...
March 12, 2014

Arrius Sorbonne, Nathan Balli and Ellesse Balli: Rising Filmmakers Steal the Spotlight

Salt Lake filmmakers Arrius Sorbonne and Nathan and Ellesse Balli were named winners of director Ron Howard’s Project Imagination Film Contest this fall for their short film, Dominus. All three have experience creating films and commercia...
March 12, 2014

On the Go

Mobile Businesses and Mobile Devices go Hand in Hand
Food trucks are all the rage in U.S. cities, as a demand for unique, local flavors has converged with another trend: mobility. In fact, food trucks are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to businesses on wheels. Pet groomers, car detaile...
March 12, 2014

The One Who Got Away

Don’t Let Your Top Talent Slip through Your Fingers
Let’s face it—it’s an employee’s market. With job numbers on the rise and the economy on the rebound, employees have lots of options, making it incredibly difficult for employers to hang on to top talent. “Ther...
March 12, 2014

Does a Body Good

Feeling Aches and Pains? Chiropractors Have Your Back
Sometimes, life can be a pain in the neck. Whether it be from a sports injury or from an accident, or if it’s just Father Time catching up to us, discomfort in the back or neck can be debilitating and hamper our daily activities. If y...
March 12, 2014

Big Data

The Solution that Could Revolutionize Your Business
Big data is quickly moving from a technology buzzword to an everyday strategy for businesses of all sizes. Ultimately, big data is all about finding answers to unique, complex questions. Just a few years ago, big data was looked at as a mys...
March 12, 2014

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