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First Published Jan 03 2013 06:00 pm • Last Updated May 05 2013 11:31 pm

SkyWest declares

70th dividend

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The board of directors of SkyWest Inc. has declared a quarterly dividend of 4 cents per share. The dividend, the 70th consecutive for the company, will be paid today to stockholders whose names were on the company’s shareholder list on Dec. 31. St. George-based SkyWest is the parent of SkyWest Airlines and ExpressJet Airlines.

Fed minutes show

stimulus concerns

Federal Reserve policymakers expressed broad support last month for the Fed to buy bonds to support the economy, but differed over how long to keep the purchases up. Minutes of the December policy meeting released Thursday show some members thought bond purchases would be warranted through the end of 2013 while others felt they should be slowed or stopped sooner.

Vietnam to get

first Starbucks


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Starbucks will open its first Vietnam cafe next month in Ho Chi Minh City as part of its plan to expand in Asia. The company will enter a country of coffee lovers with an already established market. At least two homegrown chains have dozens of locations across the country.

Boeing on track to

beat rival Airbus

Boeing delivered 601 planes last year, putting it on track to beat European rival Airbus as the world’s top plane maker. Airbus has beaten Boeing in deliveries in recent years, but Boeing is now cranking out lots of new 787s and revamped 747s after delays for both aircraft. Boeing also has orders for 1,203 commercial jets. Airbus has not reported deliveries yet.

Auto sales hit

five-year high

U.S. auto sales hit a five-year high in 2012, as low interest rates, improving consumer confidence and some great new cars drew buyers into dealerships. Sales of new cars and trucks reached 14.5 million, up 13 percent from last year. That was not quite a return to the boom times of 2005, when sales hit 17 million, but they still were 40 percent higher than 2009, when the recession was ending.

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