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A. Scott Anderson
A. Scott Anderson is CEO and president of Zions Bank.

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This week, Congress has been debating trade promotion authority (TPA), one of the most important issues of the year.
The Women's Leadership Institute has two major missions: one, to develop women's leadership to participate in corporate boards and senior executive positions; and, two, to encourage and help prepare women to ru...
In the three decades before the Dodd-Frank bank regulation law passed in 2010, an average of more than 100 new banks opened each year. In the five years since 2010, exactly one new bank has opened, due to overr...
Most of the innovation and development resulting in amazing products and services associated with the Internet have occurred without heavy-handed government regulation.
Scientific discovery races on at an ever-increasing rate, disrupting entire industries and creating entirely new categories of jobs and businesses. We need those jobs and businesses in Utah, so we must continue...
Utah resident Allan R. Landon has been nominated to serve on the Federal Reserve’s Board of Governors. Landon can provide a seasoned, thoughtful voice in monetary policy, and his understanding of banking ...
The Healthy Utah program, while not perfect, takes important steps forward, replacing Medicaid with private-sector health insurance and placing recipients automatically in the state’s work programs.
No reason exists for the Immigration Innovation Act to be controversial. It has nothing to do with illegal immigrants who sneak across the border. It would expand existing programs by boosting the number of vis...
We pride ourselves in being in the Top 10, or higher, in many areas of economic performance. Should we not also aspire to Top 10 status in education? This should be the Legislature’s top priority and sing...
Watch these in ’15: the economy, interest rates, consumer optimism, inflation, the Utah Legislature, the U.S. Congress. With a more responsible government and Utahns’ hard work and optimism, 2015 c...