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China's worse-than-Utah air is an economic plus for the state
Residents of the Wasatch Front might think that with the wintertime inversions, Utah’s air quality is an economic development negative.
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Development office launches new mobile and interactive website
The Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) has launched its new, fully mobile interactive website to address the needs of businesses, facilitate growth and expansion in the state and keep...
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McLean is new president at Zions
Salt Lake City-based Zions Bancorporation has made a couple of upper-management changes.
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Bates to head Smith Power
Smith Power Products Inc. has named Garth “Trip” Bates III as president and COO of Smith Power and its subsidiaries and affiliates.
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Limits on law enforcement drone use not intended to hurt industry
BRICE WALLACE The Enterprise A bill limiting law enforcement’s use of aerial drones was advanced out of a legislative committee last week after a provision was added that indicates the bill is not ...
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Sub Zero going to Costa Rica
Sub Zero Ice Cream and Yogurt’s CEO, Jerry Hancock, has announced that Sub Zero has signed a contract with Bernard Trade Group of Costa Rica to begin opening outlets in that country.
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Want to be a CEO? Prepare to work, fail and stay awake at night
Want to be a top-level executive, perhaps CEO? If so, be ready to be impatient, worried, anticipatory, humble, paranoid, focused, willing to fail and willing to work hard.
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Foundation seeks 1,033 donors
The Utah 1033 Foundation, formed in 2011 to honor Utah officers killed in the line of duty, has launched a significant campaign to raise $1 million, seeking 1,033 donors who will each donate $1,033...
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Exelis to build chopper components in SLC plant
Exelis been awarded a contract valued in excess of $34 million from Sikorsky to produce major structural airframe components for four production-representative heavy lift helicopters.
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Merger creates sPower
Silverado Power has completed a merger with solar independent power producer Sustainable Power Group to create a new entity called sPower to be based in Salt Lake City.
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Grants expect to reduce diesel emissions
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded the Utah Department of Environmental Quality a $496,000 grant to reduce diesel emissions from heavy-duty trucks based in seven counties al...
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Ramsey bringing leadership program to Salt Lake in May
Nationally syndicated radio talk show host and New York Times best-selling author Dave Ramsey is coming to Salt Lake City to address business leaders on building their businesses and improving thei...
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