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EVM deadline approaches; most merchants not ready for change
A majority of small-business owners are unaware of an Oct. 1 shift of the liability associated with accepting point-of-sale card payments, according to the latest Wells Fargo/Gallup Small Business ...
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GOED board approves 7 rural grants
Seven projects designed to create jobs in rural Utah were approved for Rural Fast Track Grants by the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) board at its August meeting.
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Mayor: More interest next time
Saying “it wasn’t easy to walk away from the only game in town,” Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams predicts a different outcome for the second go-around of finding a developer for a convention cen...
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Chinese firm buys Miller race track
Tooele County officials have announced that Miller Motorsports Park won’t be shutting down after all. China’s largest automaker — and owner of Volvo — will purchase the facility and surrounding pro...
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Defense firm will bring 70 high-paying jobs to Layton
A defense contractor will add 70 high-paying jobs as it consolidates and expands its aerospace composite and metal manufacturing operations over the next few years in Layton.
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SunEdison, Dominion join to run Four Brothers
unEdison Inc. and energy producer and transporter Dominion have formed a joint venture on the 320 megawatt Four Brothers solar project in Southern Utah.
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Local officials await Outdoor Retailers' decision to stay in SLC
An estimated 27,000 manufacturers, retailers and suppliers have left Salt Lake City for another five months and in their wake have left more than $25 million.
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Prison relo panel verdict: Salt Lake City
A state commission has recommended property west of Salt Lake City International Airport for a new prison, but city leaders have vowed to fight the decision.
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Sprint takes over operation of state relay system
The Utah Public Service Commission has selected Sprint as the new Telecommunication Relay Service (TRS) provider for the state, beginning Aug. 1
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BC Technical buys Ohio MRI service company
C Technical of West Jordan has acquired Ohio Valley Medical Systems, one of the largest MRI service providers specializing in Hitachi open MRI systems.
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Corporate Financial Reports
The following are recent financial reports as posted by selected Utah corporations:
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Alta Gateway ready to begin construction in downtown SLC
Wood Partners, a nationwide multifamily housing developer, has broken ground on its first project in Salt Lake City, a 277-unit apartment community adjacent The Gateway in downtown Salt Lake City.
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