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  • Operator will now own Brighton

    The company that has been the long-time operator of Brighton Resort in Big Cottonwood Canyon near Salt Lake City is now its owner. Boyne Resorts has closed on the purchase of six mountain resorts...
  • Sinclair sells SLC's KSTU-13

    Salt Lake City’s KSTU Fox 13 television is one of seven television stations being sold by Sinclair Broadcast Group to media company Twenty-First Century Fox. The companies set the sale price at...
  • White Mesa to resume vanadium recovery

    Energy Fuels Inc., owner and operator of the White Mesa Mill near Blanding, has announced that it is resuming vanadium recovery operations at the site. The southeastern Utah mill is the nation’s...
  • MWCN report: More deals in 2017

    MountainWest Capital Network (MWCN) has released its 23rd annual Deal Flow Report, which provides an analysis of Utah’s capital market and the total number of transactions within the state during...
  • HireVue acquires London-based MindX

    South Jordan-based HireVue has acquired MindX, a game-based assessments company that markets a hiring and talent analytics program. The company is based in London, England. HireVue develops and...
  • Utah Foundation study shows big increases in Utah health insurance premiums

    More Utahns are covered by employer-sponsored health plans than in any other state — 61 percent compared to a national average of 49 percent. Premiums for those plans rose by about one-third over...
  • Geologists in town for annual convention

    More than 4,000 members of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) and industry geoscientists are in Utah this week for the organization’s Global Convention, according to a release...
  • RMP approved for 3.45 percent rate decrease

    An application by Rocky Mountain Power to pass federal tax savings along to its customers in the form of an electricity rate decrease has been approved by the Utah Public Service Commission. The...
  • Allen to head Tracking First

    Tech industry veteran Verl Allen has been named CEO of data governance software company Tracking First of Provo. Allen previously worked in corporate development and strategy roles at Adobe and...
  • CORPORATE FINANCIAL REPORTS - 5-21-18

    The following are recent financial reports as posted by selected Utah corporations: Huntsman Huntsman Corp., with main offices in Texas and Salt Lake City, reported net income of $350 million, or...
  • What motivates people to buy - and why salespeople lose

    By John Graham Contrary to what many people believe, most salespeople want their customers to make good decisions. They want them to be satisfied — whether it’s buying shoes, home improvement, a...
  • It's time for elected representatives to tame the tyranny of the deep state

    By Veronique de Rugy The tyranny of the administrative state is real and hard to tame. Americans would be horrified if they knew how much power thousands of unelected bureaucrats employed by...
  • If regime change is Trump’s goal in Iran, look at previous overthrow efforts

    By Fareed Zakaria Jeb Bush said Donald Trump would be a “chaos president.” And recently, Trump lived up to the billing, choosing to defy virtually the entire world, including America’s closest...
  • My advice to Gov. Kasich: Choose your own nickname before Trump does

    By Robert Pembroke If I remember correctly, John Kasich was Donald Trump’s only Republican presidential competitor who did not receive a nickname. And if I were Trump — heaven forbid — I would try...
  • Editorial Cartoon: Bush Missile Defense Deal

    Bush Missle Defense Deal
  • Industry Briefs - 5-21-18

    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. ACCOUNTING •...