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First Published Nov 14 2012 06:09 pm • Last Updated Mar 06 2013 11:33 pm

Zions Bancorp

sets dividend

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The board of directors of Zions Bancorp, the Salt Lake City-based bank holding company and parent of Zions First National Bank, has declared a quarterly dividend of 1 cent per share. The dividend will be paid on Nov. 29 to company stockholders whose names are on Zion’s list of shareholders as of Nov. 23.

Nu Skin offers

guidance bump

Nu Skin Enterprises, the Provo-based multilevel-marketing firm that sells nutritional products, is projecting that its revenue will reach $2.25 billion to $2.30 billion for its 2013 fiscal year, a 7 percent to 9 percent increase over fiscal 2012. Earnings are estimated to be $3.70 to $3.85 per share, a 10 percent to 15 percent increase.

C.R. England

wins award

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C.R. England, a Salt Lake City-based trucking company, was named the FAC International Carrier of the Year. FAC is a food logistics company that serves customers in Canada, the U.S. and Mexico. The award honors a carrier based on service and other factors. During FAC’s latest fiscal year, C.R. England moved more than 3,000 loads for the company, many into and out of Mexico.

Pinterest splits

in money move

Pinterest is separating business accounts from personal ones, a move that could help it start making money. The company burst onto the tech scene last year, appealing to designers, wedding planners and anyone else who likes to collect and share images on the Web. Other social media companies, including Facebook, differentiate between individual and institutional users.

Abercrombie sees

strong 3Q results

Abercrombie & Fitch reported an unexpectedly strong 41 percent increase in third-quarter net income, and the teen retailer raised its full-year earnings guidance. Revenue rose 8 percent. The results suggest the company’s efforts to fix its merchandise mix are gaining traction. But revenue at stores open at least a year, a key indicator of a retailer’s health, fell 3 percent.

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