Whole Foods will stop selling products made using a prison labor program after a protest at one of its stores in Texas. Read more »
Fears about China's slowdown and a coming U.S. interest rate hike have sent global stock markets into a fidgety freefall. Read more »
Many millenials aren't interested in getting a credit card. But there are solid reasons for young people to start building a credit history, provided they go about it the right way. Read more »
The Zions Bank Utah Consumer Attitude Index declined 1.2 points to a still robust 110 points in September. Despite the strong economy, expectations for the next six months are on the decline... Read more »
City and airport officials unveiled renderings detailing Salt Lake City International Airport's terminal redevelopment interior and exterior designs Tuesday. Read more »
Canceling a credit card doesn’t erase a person’s entire credit history, and it doesn’t erase their credit history with that company or their card, either. Read more »
I had hoped that increasing awareness of the problem of workplace bullying would lead to a decrease in its occurrence. A new survey, however, makes me believe that has not happened. Read more »
I hope the pope's advocacy of the poor not only changes minds but also inspires people to become involved in helping the less fortunate. Read more »
Some carriers have intricate options in regards to purchasing the iPhone 6s, so tech experts are breaking down how consumers can get what they want from the product. Read more »
Salt Lake Comic Con's third annual event since 2013 delivered the convention's strongest star lineup to date and an increase in out-of-state attendance. Read more »
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi touted the power of social media and his own goals for developing India's tech economy on Sunday, speaking to a global audience from a "town hall" meeting at the... Read more »
There will be at least two and as many as three new faces on the Salt Lake City Council after the Nov. 3 election. Read more »
Kadee Duclos' brainstorm has produced a lunch — and then some — with Utah's top women leaders. Read more »
President Barack Obama on Sunday committed the U.S. to a new blueprint to eliminate poverty and hunger around the world, telling a global summit that a sweeping new development agenda is "not... Read more »
A recent article urged American workers to stop venting about office life. But what if they just need to complain in more effective ways? Read more »
The Silver Lake Flat Dam was built in 1971 as a storage reservoir for irrigation water and as a flood control structure on the American Fork River. The dam was drained for a seismic makeover to... Read more »
Two Utahns filed a class-action lawsuit Friday against Volkswagen on the heels of the emissions cheating scandal. Read more »
Earlier this year, two Villanova University students went to Rome to do social media for one of the most recognizable faces on Earth: Pope Francis. But this week, the pope is coming to them. Read more »
The Atlantic's Ester Bloom reported this week that there's been a severe decline in the amount of domestic workers over the last century, and that's hurt American families. Read more »
If you're getting one of the new iPhones, you'll be able to turn still images into video. Read more »
Utah's manufacturing industry hit a significant milestone this week as Boeing completed its expansion projects in West Jordan and Salt Lake City. Read more »
Lawmakers worried about Utah's reliance on U.S. government funds unveiled an online calculator Thursday that shows how the state would be hit by various federal budget disasters like a shutdown. Read more »
U.S. long-term mortgage rates declined this week following the Federal Reserve's decision to keep interest rates at record lows for now. Read more »
Stocks closed lower Thursday on mounting evidence that global growth is slowing. Heavy equipment maker Caterpillar fell sharply after lowering its revenue forecast and announcing that it plans to... Read more »
The head of the World Bank says the Federal Reserve's recent decision not to raise interest rates immediately will give breathing room to developing countries working on reforming their economies. Read more »
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The number of women rising to roles of prominence in Utah has grown dramatically over the years — in business, academia, politics and more. Read more »
Some 200 Utah volunteers came together in Pioneer Park for a Day of Dignity on Sunday, a gift of services, referrals and goods to homeless people, refugees and other underserved Utahns. United in... Read more »
The rolling forests where Henry David Thoreau once paddled a river in the shadow of Mount Katahdin are at the center of a fight over a $100 million offer by the founder of Burt's Bees to create the... Read more »
If companies like Pepsi can push the boundaries of innovation (and our taste buds with Dewitos), then why is creativity and innovation so difficult for the rest of us? Read more »
The directors of the Trump Ocean Club met July 28 on urgent business. They needed to fire Donald Trump. Read more »
We’re much more connected today than ever before, but do these connections mean anything? New research is proving the value of connecting with people who aren't familiar with your work and... Read more »
Public libraries are at a crossroads. Overall circulation and visits are down over the last five years. But libraries continue to supply another community need: a place to contemplate and collaborate. Read more »
A new study explores the mental health risk of using technological advancements to replace more personable social interaction. Read more »
The owner of Real Salt Lake Thursday unveiled the state’s largest privately-owned solar array at Rio Tinto Stadium. The 2,020-kilowatt solar panel system is expected to offset 73 percent of... Read more »
Hopefully you are already doing the normal things to save money, such as managing your home thermostat, brown-bagging your lunch and paying off your credit cards in full each month. Here are 11... Read more »
The real reason Facebook added six emojis and not a “Dislike” button Read more »
British futurologist Rohit Talwar said at a conference Tuesday an 11-year-old child today might live up to 120 and work until 100. Another figure Talwar gave is these children might work up to 40... Read more »
Many investors aren't familiar with exchange traded funds, a variant of mutual funds which can offer added diversity to many portfolios. Read more »
Out-of-state tourists last year took memories of Utah home with them and left an unprecedented amount of money in the Beehive State. Visitors spent $7.8 billion in Utah, amounting to $1.07 billion... Read more »
A new survey found that things like work-life balance, managers who emphasized transparency and positive company culture were major factors in deciding whether people stayed with a job or looked... Read more »
The Utah Department of Transportation Friday announced the completion of the first of four ThrU Turn lanes to be placed in the high-traffic area. The newest turn is located on the east side of... Read more »
Peter Huntsman has been named chief executive officer of both Huntsman Foundation and Huntsman Cancer Foundation. He had previously served as president and CEO of Huntsman Corporation since July 2000. Read more »
Charging off a debt doesn’t mean that the right to collect has been given up or revoked. ... They don’t think they’re going to collect, but it doesn’t mean that the legal... Read more »
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Crime, homelessness and transportation issues underscored Mayor Ralph Becker and Jackie Biskupski's KUED debate Thursday, but both took advantage of air time to exchange political jabs. Read more »
Volkswagen's top U.S. executive offered deep apologies yet sought to distance himself Thursday from the emissions scandal enveloping the world's largest automaker, asserting top corporate officials... Read more »
Maybe asking whether college is worth it is not quite the right question. ... Instead, we should be asking graduates: How much is too much to borrow to go to college? Read more »
The state Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health has launched an online screening tool to help Utahns with concerns about mental illness or substance use disorders find appropriate, helping... Read more »
Entrance fees for several national parks were raised last week, the first increase that many have experienced since 2008. Read more »
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