Zions Bank to build new tech campus on former Sharon Steel mill site in Midvale

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad May 27

Lawsuit dismissed against Traeger over wood pellets claim

By The Associated Press May 26

Utah County attorney says officials got it wrong — two businesses didn’t flout coronavirus guidelines

Taylor Stevens By Taylor Stevens May 26

Undaunted by COVID-19, developer plans new business parks in Taylorsville, Springville

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad May 21

More Utahns are dropping unemployment claims than filing new ones, as economy ramps up

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad May 21

Utah Inland Port Authority releases long-awaited business plan outlining how development will move forward

Taylor Stevens By Taylor Stevens May 21

LDS Church sells Exxon, Marriott shares, pumps more into Zoom, Grubhub as its stock riches fall by 21%

Nate Carlisle By Nate Carlisle May 20

Utah companies change plans, and make new products, to join the COVID-19 battle

Sean P. Means By Sean P. Means May 18

Personal relationships, big no-bid contracts: How Utah spent more than $84 million during the coronavirus outbreak

Bethany Rodgers By Bethany Rodgers , taylor stevens May 17

New data lets us compare Utah’s pandemic-hit economy to the rest of the nation

Andy Larsen By Andy Larsen May 17

Pandemic claims another retailer: 118-year-old J.C. Penney

By Anne D'Innocenzion | The Associated Press May 16

Most of Utah will move to ‘yellow’ risk level for coronavirus. Here’s what that means.

Courtney Tanner By Courtney Tanner May 14

Utah announces tax incentives for three companies bringing new jobs to the state

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad May 14

Elon Musk becomes champion of defying virus stay-home orders

By Tom Krisher | The Associated Press May 13

Patagonia, quick to close, could be last to reopen

By Sapna Maheshwari | The New York Times May 12

‘Trib Talk’: Actor Ty Burrell discusses his campaign to help Salt Lake City’s hospitality industry

Sara Weber By Sara Weber May 12

Tell The Tribune: How has the coronavirus and unemployment affected you?

By The Salt Lake Tribune May 11

Did you order a grocery pickup? Don’t expect that six-pack to be in your bag. In Utah, you have to buy beer inside.

Kathy Stephenson By Kathy Stephenson May 8

Utah economists expect a tough summer before a winter recovery, as 9,000 more file for unemployment

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad May 7

For workers, no sign of ‘what normal is going to look like’

By Patricia Cohen and Tiffany Hsu | The New York Times May 7

How face masks are spurring battles on Utah’s front lines

Kathy Stephenson By Kathy Stephenson , sean p. means May 6

A family business survived one pandemic. It’s determined to do it again.

By Nelson D. Schwartz | The New York Times May 5

A new reality as American malls begin to reopen

By Anne D'Innocenzio | The Associated Press May 5

Utah stores starting to limit meat purchases, but there won’t be a shortage unless 'consumers create it’

Kathy Stephenson By Kathy Stephenson May 4