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Chris Higbee
Chris was the General Manager of DeseretNews.com from 2011 to 2014. Prior to joining Deseret Digital Media, Chris served as the Vice President of Product and Marketing at HireVue, a Human Resources software company where he led worldwide product and brand launches for which HireVue was recognized as the HR Product of the Year. Prior to HireVue he served as President of Kindle Marketing, a provider of outsourced marketing services and as Vice President of Marketing for Two Little Hands Productions. Chris also served as a Senior Product Manager and Director of Solutions Consulting for HireRight from 2001 to 2007 where he played an instrumental role in their eventual public offering and acquisition in 2008. Before HireRight, Chris served in various product and marketing positions with FranklinCovey, The Generations Network and Reef SA, a provider of content management software for the Internet. Chris holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with honors from Brigham Young University and a Master of Business Administration degree with an emphasis in entrepreneurial management from Pepperdine University.
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RSL plays almost everyone on both the RSL and Monarch's rosters but gives up a 92' minute goal and the win in a 1-2 friendly with Italian Serie A side, Inter Milan at Rio Tinto Tuesday night.
RSL continues to struggle offensively while the defense finally earns its first shutout in 15 games with a 0-0 draw at home against the New England Revolution.
RSL hangs on for a late-game goal to once again earn a 1-1 draw at home against the Montreal Impact.
Real Salt Lake gave up two points in stoppage time by giving up a last-minute goal to D.C. United to earn a draw at home.
Real Salt Lake made it through the heat — of the New York midfield press and the night — to come from behind for a satisfying 2-1 win at Rio Tinto Wednesday night.
Real Salt Lake earned a 2-2 draw with the Portland Timbers after going down 2-1 at Rio Tinto Stadium Saturday night.
Real Salt Lake started its monster road stint in Colorado with first place in the Western Conference and advancing its ambitions of winning the Rocky Mountain Cup. Colorado 'keeper Zac McMath sent RSL packing w...
Real Salt Lake figured out how to earn three points at home against a Colorado side that showed why it's one of the most talked about MLS defenses despite the single big defensive gaffe that turned into RSL's g...
RSL outlasts Seattle to win at Rio Tinto 2-1 on goals by Sunny Obayan (43) and Jamison Olave (86).
RSL scored first but couldn't keep the Tigres from putting in a goal of their own to go up 3-1 on aggregate as Real Salt Lake was eliminated from the 2016 CONCACAF Champions League tournament.