Jasen Lee
Jasen Lee is a journalist for Deseret News/KSL reporting primarily on business, technology and utilities. Having started in radio, he has reported at KCPW and Metro Networks in Utah as well as WTMJ in Milwaukee and WMAY in Springfield, Ill. In addition, he covers the Utah Jazz along with Utah/BYU football and basketball for the Associated Press and Fox Sports Radio. A native of Chicago, Jasen graduated from the University of Illinois—Urbana-Champaign with a degree in finance and studied broadcasting at Columbia College Chicago. He has been recognized with numerous journalism awards from the Utah Broadcasters Association and the Society of Professional Journalists (Rocky Mountain Region). He lives in Salt Lake County with his wife.

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The Governor’s Office of Economic Development board approved tax incentives for energy firms SolarCity and Vivint Solar projected to result in the creation of nearly 7,000 new full-time positions in Salt ...
More than a quarter of the nation’s major urban roadways, highways and streets that are the main routes for commuters and commerce are in poor condition, according to a new study.
Across the country, financial institutions are introducing the EMV chip card that will be widely used by the end of 2015. The new credit card improves fraud protection for consumers and changes the way they mak...
The Zions Bank Utah Consumer Attitude Index fell 6.5 points to 105.3 in July amid concerns about the global economy. The national Consumer Confidence Index declined 8.9 points from June to July to 90.9.
About 50 local students took advantage of that opportunity by enrolling in a two-day program on Friday and Saturday at The Leonardo that focused on technology and engineering.
A man was shot to death early Saturday during some kind of struggle inside a West Valley home. Detectives were looking for up to three people who broke into the house and shot him.
The Utah Department of Transportation is warning drivers to plan ahead for a few travel delays this Pioneer Day weekend.
For cities to remain economically vibrant, they will have to make a concerted effort to broaden their reach not just beyond their state borders, but across national boundaries as well, said panelists at a forum...
The Utah Transit Authority is allowing passengers taking buses or trains to the Days of ’47 Komatsu Equipment Rodeo to ride free of charge using their rodeo ticket as fare.
Vivint Solar announced Monday that the Utah County-based company and SunEdison have signed a merger agreement in which SunEdison will acquire Vivint Solar for approximately $2.2 billion.