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‘Trib Talk’: How Utah’s housing market continues to thrive in spite of a pandemic

Sara Weber By Sara Weber October 6

American, United to furlough 32,000 as time runs out on aid

By David Koening | The Associated Press October 1

These are the Salt Lake County businesses that had COVID-19 outbreaks

Nate Carlisle By Nate Carlisle September 30

Salt Lake County lists workplaces that had COVID-19 outbreaks — from warehouses to bars to religious sites

Nate Carlisle By Nate Carlisle September 30

Months after a coronavirus outbreak at Utah meatpacking plant, employees wonder why they didn’t get more help

Nate Carlisle By Nate Carlisle , norma gonzalez September 28

As Utah’s COVID-19 cases spike, Gov. Gary Herbert praises the state’s economic response

Taylor Stevens By Taylor Stevens September 24

Meatpacker says it will give money to Hyrum, Utah, where a coronavirus outbreak sickened workers

Nate Carlisle By Nate Carlisle September 10

Their dad died after a COVID-19 outbreak at work. Utah has made it difficult for them to sue.

Nate Carlisle By Nate Carlisle September 5

Utah company VidAngel dodges liquidation, settles with movie studios whose copyrights it violated

Sean P. Means By Sean P. Means September 4

Tell The Tribune: How have expired unemployment benefits affected you?

Sara Weber By Sara Weber September 4

Salt Lake County sees manufacturing, retail, construction workers getting caught in COVID-19 outbreaks

Nate Carlisle By Nate Carlisle August 28

Rise in jobless claims reflects still-struggling U.S., Utah economies

By Christopher Rugaber | AP Economics Writer August 20

Utah’s unemployment claims fall a 2nd week as 1.2 million in U.S. seek jobless aid after $600 federal check expires

By Paul Wiseman | AP Economics Writer August 6

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