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Some hotels make us feel right at home, while others make us feel like we are on another planet. While traveling, we can laugh at quirky mistranslations and learn from great adaptations that show... Read more »
The U.S. economy grew at a sluggish 1.3 percent annual rate in the April-June quarter, held back by the severe drought that reduced farm production in the Midwest. Read more »
Most people consider their interpersonal connections – their network – to be one of their most valuable assets. Those who have developed valuable, useful networks realize that success... Read more »
Studies indicate that while various psychological tactics are considered taboo during salary negotiation, they still could earn you more pay, according to PsyBlog. Read more »
While college graduates earn $10,000 less today than in 2005, they still earn more in their lifetime than those who didn’t earn a diploma, according to CNN Money. Read more »
Consider for a moment that 90 percent of entrepreneurial training is focused on how to start and grow a successful company from an idea to a full-fledged award winner. Read more »
Ashoka U, a global association of social entrepreneurs, named Brigham Young University as a "Changemaker Campus" Monday. BYU, as well as Brown, Portland State and Rollins College, join 15... Read more »
A recent Princeton Review survey of more than 2,000 schools ranks BYU's and the University of Utah's entrepreneurship programs among the top 20 in the country. Read more »
Though self-employment could potentially earn a lot of money, having your taxes in order is very important, according to an article on About.com, a website owned by the New York Times Co. Read more »
Vivint, a residential security and home automation company based in Provo, will be acquired by global investment firm Blackstone Group LP for more than $2 billion on Wednesday. Read more »
Out of 4,928 firms launched in 2004, the average price tag for a new business was $109,016. Read more »
A staple of West Valley community will close when produce stock runs out. Read more »
Knowmia is a new online tutoring system that uses video lessons crowd-sourced from teachers to provide supplemental education. Its founders hope to revolutionize the booming tutoring market. Read more »
Utah locals Janell Brown and Kristen Cold will compete on the Food Network show "Cupcake Wars" on Sunday night. Read more »
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney claimed Friday that President Barack Obama has failed to fulfill his promises in part because he does not understand what it takes to ignite a more... Read more »
Small business is almost always an issue in presidential campaigns. This year, it's morphed into one of the biggest. Read more »
Every year, as an investor, I look at scores of business plans from eager entrepreneurs who seek funding for their emerging enterprises. Most plans are not well written and I find only a few that... Read more »
The success of the company is about the value but knowing the worth of the company can be hard to determine. Read more »
SALT LAKE CITY — Salt Lake Community College invites eligible business owners to attend information sessions about the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses management program. Goldman Sachs’ 10KSB is a... Read more »
Some companies might think brand names made up of initials actually reduce risk of linguistic blunders in another language because they are devoid of complete words. However, humorous examples... Read more »
Often entrepreneurs work on reinventing the wheel, when really they should focus on enhancing what is already there. Read more »
What do the tsunami in Japan, Hurricane Katrina, the financial crisis and the presidential election of 2008 have in common? They're all playing a key role in the recent surge in food storage sales... Read more »
During my 40 years as a businessman I have made several foolish business mistakes. Many have caused the painful end of an aspiration to build an award-winning business. When it comes to folly, however, I am far from alone. Read more »
Even though many doubted her product had stronger features than a Ziploc bag, Linda Kennedy, owner of the company Loksak, INC knew she had a beneficial product. Read more »
Many businesses begin after a product disappoints them. In 1998, Greg and Doug Kennedy, founders of Tactical Lighting Solutions were disappointed. Read more »
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