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Business

If you’re a public sector worker in Utah, you probably don’t need to worry about retirement

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad 22h ago

Utah led the nation in housing growth, but would-be buyers are feeling the price pinch, Census reports

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad 2d ago

Uber ends self-driving program in Arizona after fatal crash

By Michael Liedtke | The Associated Press 2d ago

Many U.S. companies are updating their privacy policies this week. Here’s why:

By Gene Marks | The Washington Post 2d ago

Uranium makes feds’ list of minerals ‘critical’ to national security, setting off a debate in Utah and beyond

Brian Maffly By Brian Maffly 2d ago

Why is Utah’s Alta Ski Area pushing for a tram up iconic Mount Baldy?

Brian Maffly By Brian Maffly 3d ago

Utah’s Savage Cos. to merge with Kansas grain and milling operations

By The Associated Press 5d ago

Salt Lake City is named the No. 1 place for creative people. (Insert haiku here.)

Scott D. Pierce By Scott D. Pierce May 18

Utah company Pluralsight rings the bell at Nasdaq in New York City

Scott D. Pierce By Scott D. Pierce May 17

Driver in South Jordan Tesla crash says autopilot was engaged

May 14

Reacting to plunging revenues, Salt Lake Tribune lays off a third of its newsroom, cuts back print offerings

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad May 14

Editor’s note: Tribune restructure allows for a more sustainable future

Jennifer Napier-Pearce By Jennifer Napier-Pearce May 14

As Utah’s first Dave & Buster’s prepares to open at The Gateway, Barnes & Noble decides to leave the Salt Lake mall

Mike Gorrell By Mike Gorrell , kathy stephenson May 10

Wasatch Front inflation surges with the rising cost of houses, gasoline

Mike Gorrell By Mike Gorrell May 10

Utah’s Fox 13 will be sold by Sinclair to Twenty-First Century Fox

By The Associated Press May 9

Inspired by Goldman Sachs small business program, Utah’s Kaddas Enterprises grows into an international player

Mike Gorrell By Mike Gorrell May 9

The Salt Lake Tribune faces layoffs, cuts to print offerings

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad May 8

Alta’s Onno Wieringa gets skiing’s national lifetime achievement award

Mike Gorrell By Mike Gorrell May 8

Feds grant Utah’s largest coal producer a royalty discount worth up to $19 million for mining hard-to-reach deposits

Brian Maffly By Brian Maffly May 7

After complaint, Utah author Richard Paul Evans is among many reflecting on when and how to hug

Sean P. Means By Sean P. Means , taylor stevens May 6

Wasatch Front home prices soar as ‘for sale’ signs remain scarce

Mike Gorrell By Mike Gorrell May 3

Trendy new food hall with 8 to 10 eateries — including a beer and wine bar — will open at The Gateway in Salt Lake City

Kathy Stephenson By Kathy Stephenson May 3

From Frida to Rico: Jorge Fierro changes his upscale Salt Lake City bistro to reconnect with the beans and tortillas that made him famous

Kathy Stephenson By Kathy Stephenson May 3

Dominion Energy halts Utah marketing campaign for HomeServe insurance

Mike Gorrell By Mike Gorrell May 2