Cover Stories

  • Inflation, wage growth are strain on employers

    Brice Wallace Wage growth of 4.8 percent may sound good, but not if you’re an employer and not if it lags inflation. Those are some of the informational nuggets provided during the recent Zions Bank 2022 Economic and Market Outlook Webinar. Inflation and its ripple effects throughout the economy were common themes during the event, as spelled...
  • Entrata boss out following email blaming vaccine plot on 'Jews'

    Brice Wallace The chairman of a Lehi-based software company has resigned after harsh criticism of an email he sent that blamed the COVID pandemic and vaccination efforts on “the Jews.” In the email to business and political leaders, David Bateman, former CEO at Entrata, said he believed “the pandemic and systematic extermination of billions of...
  • COVID-19 Updates: Cancellations and postponements

    The following are events that have been included in The Enterprise Calendar listings and subsequently have been postponed or canceled, or have been removed from the organizers’ website calendars. This is not a complete list of postponements or cancellations. Check with organizers to determine if their events will take place. POSTPONEMENTS Jan....


This Week's Headlines

  • U.S. Beverage to acquire Uinta Brewing

    United States Beverage LLC of Stamford, Connecticut, has formed a joint partnership with Boulder, Colorado-based Crestone Capital to acquire Uinta Brewing. Founded in 1993, Uinta Brewing crafts...
  • Larry H. Miller Real Estate plans to acquire Destination Homes

    Larry H. Miller Real Estate (LHMRE), a portfolio company of the Larry H. Miller Group of Companies (LHM Group), has announced plans to acquire Layton-based Destination Homes’ residential...
  • Geraty named CEO of PG-based Dental Intelligence

    Dental Intelligence, a dentistry analytics, workflow automation and payments platform based in Pleasant Grove, has announced the appointment of Dan Geraty as CEO. Geraty has 20 years of experience...
  • Ivy buys Utah Fertility Center

    Ivy Fertility, a San Diego-based provider of advanced reproductive technologies, in-vitro fertilization and third-party reproduction, has acquired Utah Fertility Center, along with two fertility...
  • SmartSearch appoints new CEO

    SmartSearch, an anti-money laundering platform based in Lehi, has announced the appointment of Guy Harrison as CEO. The company said Harrison will be responsible to drive its plan to build...
  • DigiCert Acquires Mocana

    DigiCert Inc., a Lehi provider of Internet security and Internet of things (IoT) solutions, has acquired IoT cybersecurity provider Mocana based in San Jose, California. DigiCert is has the...
  • California firm bought by eLearning Brothers

    American Fork education solutions company eLearning Brothers has announced the acquisition of Rehearsal, ​​a video-based practice and coaching platform based in Reno, Nevada. The Rehearsal...
  • Maryland co. acquires SLC-based Restruction

    Structural Preservation Systems LLC, one of the nation’s largest concrete repair and maintenance providers, has acquired Restruction Corp. of Salt Lake City. With offices located in Colorado,...
  • Phoenix firm purchases RMM

    South Salt Lake-based Rocky Mountain Mechanical has been acquired by Pueblo Mechanical & Controls, an HVAC and plumbing installation, retrofit and repair services platform based in Phoenix. Pueblo...
  • Nomi acquires Artemis Health

    Orem’s Nomi Health, a provider of direct healthcare services nationwide, has acquired Artemis Health, a healthcare data and analytics service provider based in Salt Lake City. Artemis Health’s...
  • Lehi's MX names Evans CEO & board member

    MX, a Lehi-based financial data and connectivity platform, has announced that Shane Evans has been appointed interim CEO and member of the board of directors. Evans succeeds founder Ryan Caldwell,...
  • SnugZ USA buys California-based Sweda Co.

    Promotional products company SnugZ USA LLC, based in West Jordan, has acquired Sweda Co. LLC of City of Industry, California. Sweda is also a promotional and gifting products provider. SnugZ is a...
  • EV committee appointed

    The Utah Office of Energy Development (OED), in partnership with the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT), has created a steering committee to work through topics and strategies related to the...
  • Wright named president/CEO of Noorda College

    The Noorda College of Osteopathic Medicine (Noorda-COM) board of trustees has selected Norman S. Wright president and chief executive officer of the college following a national search. Wright has...
  • Industry Briefs 1-24-22

    Industry Briefs are provided as a free service to our readers. Company news information may be sent to brice@slenterprise.com. The submission deadline is one week before publication. ASSOCIATIONS...
  • Succeeding in Your Business: Do atheists have a right to a ‘religion-free workplace’?

    Cliff Ennico “I own a commercial nursery with about 30 seasonal employees. My kids also work for me. One morning, my daughter tacked a hand-made poster with a Bible verse on my door. It referred...
  • Salt Lake City’s multifamily market is ripe for investment

    By Robert Parsley Utah’s real estate market has been supercharged by the COVID-19 pandemic, driven by historically low interest rates and low unemployment rates. The state’s housing market is...
  • Salt Lake Enterprise 1-17-2022

    robert spendloveInflation, wage growth are strain on employers Brice Wallace Wage growth of 4.8 percent may sound good, but not if you’re an employer and not if it lags inflation. Those are some of the...
  • Salt Lake County imposes masking mandate for indoors through Feb. 7

    Salt Lake County is now under an order requiring that masks be worn when indoors or in large gatherings outdoors. The mandate, initially issued by Dr. Angela Dunn, executive director of the Salt...
  • State test procedures change, now require appointments at some sites

    The Utah Department of Health has announced changes to testing procedures at COVID-19 testing sites due to high demand. The new rules went into effective on Jan. 7. Now, state-sponsored testing...