Keeping CEO job was 1 fight too many for Uber's Kalanick
Travis Kalanick's combative personality created the culture that let Uber grow from startup to behemoth in just eight years. But under his direction the ride-hailing company had trouble growing up, leading to his downfall.
About Utah: 30 years later, Caputo still 'thrilled to death to be a deli guy'
Tony Caputo turned his deli — and his name — into a downtown Salt Lake City treasure.
Report: 94-hour workweek required at minimum wage to afford 2-bedroom apartment in Utah
According to new data published by the National Low Income Housing Coalition, a person or household earning minimum wage must work 76 hours per week in order to reasonably afford a one-bedroom apartment at the fair market rate in Utah.
Campaign hopes to help reduce workplace accidents in Utah
The rumble of heavy equipment filled the area as workers demonstrated proper safety around cranes, backhoes and forklifts.
Is Utah an independent state?
A new report from WalletHub placed Utah as the second-most independent state in the nation, behind Colorado.
3 things an ex-con can teach leaders about how to build strong cultures
Culture is the backbone of any organization, and if you believe in people to accomplish dramatic change, stellar performance and revolutionary results, they will make it happen — even if, at one point, these people were considered “unemployable.
Ogden airport to offer flights to Las Vegas and Los Angeles
Utah residents will soon be able to fly from Ogden to Las Vegas and Los Angeles.
Jive set to jump to new HQ, add 200 employees
Utah business communications company Jive is on a tear, set to open a new headquarters in Pleasant Grove next spring with plans underway to add 200 new employees in the coming year.
Advocate coalition says groups feel ignored by Hatch, Lee in AHCA deliberations
The Healthier Utah Coalition's member organizations are disheartened by what they believe is the U.S. Senate's secretive handling of the American Health Care Act, a bill that they have deep reservations about.
Educators want state funding to increase enrollment capacity in Utah's nursing schools
Educators inquired with legislators Tuesday about what funding can be provided to allow for higher enrollment in nursing programs in Utah, citing both a nurse shortage in the state and schools' inability to admit all qualified students.