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Division of Consumer Protection has ordered return of more than $13K to Utahns who were price gouged

Taylor Stevens By Taylor Stevens July 30

Ken Sanders tries an online fundraiser to save his bookstore

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad July 27

‘Trib Talk’: COVID-19’s impact on Utah’s workplaces

Sara Weber By Sara Weber July 27

Qualtrics will go public 2 years after being acquired by SAP

By The Associated Press July 27

Popular Rico bean and tortilla plant could close, a victim of Salt Lake City district’s revival

Kathy Stephenson By Kathy Stephenson July 24

Utah-based Merit Medical to pay $18 million settlement in lawsuit claiming doctor kickbacks

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad July 21

Stagehands march to Utah Capitol, urging more government help until live events come back

Sean P. Means By Sean P. Means July 21

Ogden weighs Historic 25th Street closure to help struggling restaurant and bar industry

By Mitch Shaw | Standard-Examiner July 19

Black business owners had a harder time getting federal aid, says a study with Utah ties

By Emily Flitter | The New York Times July 16

Sunrun acquiring Vivint creates a new solar industry giant

By Ivan Penn | The New York Times July 7

2 lawmakers urge Utah to allow curbside, home delivery of beer during coronavirus

Kathy Stephenson By Kathy Stephenson July 6

Utah’s unemployment claims stay flat as U.S. reports an 11.1% jobless rate for June

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad July 2

Sundance Institute cutting 24 jobs, expects ‘much harder’ economic times in 2021

Sean P. Means By Sean P. Means July 1

Utah tech company is helping churches across the country resume services safely

By Libby Seline June 26

Herd immunity? We aren’t close. Only about 1% of Utahns have COVID-19 antibodies.

Nate Carlisle By Nate Carlisle June 26

Utah businesses can get a ‘seal of approval’ if they commit to these steps to fight COVID-19

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad June 25

Utah’s unemployment claims still running high, with a fifth week near 5,000

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad June 25

Utah Inland Port Authority approves strategic business plan over objections from the public

Taylor Stevens By Taylor Stevens June 22

Utah’s Republican candidates for governor back inland port project, promise sustainable development

Taylor Stevens By Taylor Stevens June 22

Utah’s unemployment rate for May is 8.5%, well below the national mark of 13.3%

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad June 19

Utah lawmakers free up millions in COVID-19 relief for renters, businesses and tourism efforts

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad June 18

Utah’s Republican candidates for governor outline plans to jump-start the economy after the pandemic

Taylor Stevens By Taylor Stevens June 17

Companies push for coronavirus legal protection, prompting worker concern

By Ana Swanson and Alan Rappeport | The New York Times June 12

Utah’s Megaplex Theatres plan to reopen 12 multiplexes starting Thursday

Sean P. Means By Sean P. Means June 12