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Business

As Utah’s housing crisis worsens, business leaders launch a campaign to change public sentiment

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad 1d ago

Riverton City is eliminating its $200 business license fee

1d ago

A Canadian firm wants to start mining on Utah lands that used to be part of Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument

Brian Maffly By Brian Maffly 1d ago

Because VW tried to dodge pollution laws, Utah will get $35M to spend on low-emission vehicles

Brian Maffly By Brian Maffly 2d ago

Trump to finalize small business health insurance option

By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar | The Associated Press 3d ago

Video shows Tesla bursting into flames on Los Angeles street ‘out of the blue’

By Peter Holley | The Washington Post 3d ago

We’ve heard it before, but this Utah tar sands operation says it’s poised to produce oil and actually make money

Brian Maffly By Brian Maffly 4d ago

Why many Americans aren’t benefiting from robust U.S. economy

By Josh Boak | The Associated Press 5d ago

A job at former Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson’s law office seemed like a dream, but two women say it was a sexist nightmare

Nate Carlisle By Nate Carlisle 5d ago

Utah may see a wave of wealthy people buying million-dollar homes. And it could drive up prices for everyone.

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad 6d ago

Utah drillers import fracking sand from Wisconsin, but there may a cheaper place to buy it right inside the Beehive State

Brian Maffly By Brian Maffly 6d ago

Utah’s job growth continues to lead the nation as unemployment falls to new low

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad June 15

Vivint CEO ‘deeply disturbed’ by allegations that employees used racist slurs, built ‘white only’ fort

By Peter Holley | The Washington Post June 14

Utah’s economy is ‘threatened’ by retaliatory tariffs sought by Canada, Mexico and the EU, trade official warns

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad June 14

Man says Vivint Solar co-workers used racial slurs, built ‘white only’ fort to harass him

By Peter Holley | The Washington Post June 12

Goodbye to net neutrality. Hello to an even-bigger AT&T?

By Tony Romm | The Washington Post June 11

IHOP’s new name is confusing the masses. But for Arabic speakers, it’s always been IHOB.

By Samantha Schmidt | The Washington Post June 9

Want a better view of Utah’s hot housing market? Try a military-grade reconnaissance plane.

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad June 9

Nashville-turned-Utah musicians ‘honored and humbled’ to perform at Orrin Hatch’s ‘Giant in Our City’ event

Eric Walden By Eric Walden June 8

Mr. CrossFit vs. Big Soda: A profane fitness guru’s wonky war with the soda industry

By Murray Carpenter | The Washington Post June 7

The enriching experience of owning a Kate Spade purse

By Sonia Rao and Elahe Izadi | The Washington Post June 7

Podium, a Utah firm that helps businesses interact with customers, plans to add 100 employees after $60M venture capital infusion

Sean P. Means By Sean P. Means June 7

Ken Garff buys Henry Day Ford

June 4

Blue Boutique’s landlord is fighting Salt Lake City over a complaint about the adult store’s window displays

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad June 2