Shopko will close all its remaining stores in June — including 7 more in Utah

By The Associated Press March 19

Purdue Pharma CEO says bankruptcy is ‘an option’ as company faces opioid lawsuits

By Katie Zezima | The Washington Post March 13

Utah is 29th among U.S. states in quality of life for women, study finds, but still at the bottom in equality issues

Sean P. Means By Sean P. Means March 13

Two Boeing 737 Max 8 flights end in tragedy: Could they be linked?

By Alan Levin and Julie Johnsson | Bloomberg March 12

New high-tech, energy-efficient liquor store opens in Davis County. It has an ‘impressive’ wine cave but no cold beer.

Kathy Stephenson By Kathy Stephenson March 11

Call it Olympia Hills 2.0 — the controversial development near Herriman is back, with fewer houses and a vision of a futuristic company town

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad March 10

A sale of the Homestead Resort in Utah’s Heber Valley is pending and the future owner plans a major overhaul

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad March 8

‘The silence is deafening’: Major brands are avoiding Trump — even as he promotes them from the White House

By Toluse Olorunnipa | The Washington Post March 7

Google asked about pay equity and learned it was mostly underpaying men

By Hamza Shaban | The Washington Post March 4

OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma says a lawsuit distorts facts, scapegoats company

By Bob Salsberg | The Associated Press March 4

Purdue Pharma, focus of Utah opioid lawsuits, is preparing for possible bankruptcy

By Drew Armstrong | Bloomberg March 4

Love your job? Nominate your company for The Tribune’s 2019 Top Workplaces competition

By Jeni Fitzgibbon March 3

Southwest sues mechanics union alleging deliberate slowdowns

By David Koenig | The Associated Press March 1

The fate of Utah shops is unclear as retailers announce closures of over 300 stores across the U.S.

By Sydney Maki and Carmen Reinicke | Bloomberg March 1

A business group is running TV ads on Utah’s housing gap, but opponents call them ‘propaganda’ pushing high-density housing

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad February 28

Utah’s Snowbasin teams with Sun Valley to sell passes for 2019-20 season; Ikon’s multi-pass goes on sale in March

Sean P. Means By Sean P. Means February 26

Hundreds of Utah stores are running out of time to get new state license if they want to keep selling beer or dodge a fine

Kathy Stephenson By Kathy Stephenson February 20

Carl Icahn discloses Caesars stake, plans to push for sale

By Scott Deveau and Christopher Palmeri | Bloomberg February 19

Agricultural workers may soon be made of tech and steel

By Danielle Paquette | The Washington Post February 18

Google Fiber just abandoned Louisville. So, how is the expansion in Salt Lake City going?

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad February 18

‘War on coal’ is over, Trump team trumpets, as it approves two Utah mining projects

Brian Maffly By Brian Maffly February 16

Amazon dumps NYC headquarters and its promised 25,000 jobs

By Joseph Pisani and Alexandra Olson | The Associated Press February 14

Millcreek and Salt Lake City restart negotiations over Brickyard Plaza as threatened legislation is put on hold

Tony Semerad By Tony Semerad February 13

U.S. inflation remains contained amid Fed patience on rates

By Jeff Kearns | Bloomberg February 13