The Utah Association of Realtors issued a report showing almost 33,000 home sales in 2011. This number of sales was the highest since 2007.
Jeffrey Saut, the chief investment strategist for Raymond James, visited Salt Lake City this week for an investment strategy presentation.
Orem-based startup accelerator BoomStartup announced a 50 percent increase in the program’s investment capital, as well as an increase in the technology provided to startup companies.
By 2060 nearly 7 billion people will participate in family history, FamilySearch’s former Chief Executive Officer Jay Verkler told attendees at RootsTech.
When it comes to saving for a house, education or small business, one Utah group is helping out. Consider it venture capital and education for low income.
Proofpoint Inc. is introducing Proofpoint Enterprise Governance as a result of NextPage Inc. being acquired by Proofpoint at the end of December.
The Zions Bank Consumer Attitude Index (CAI) fell 2.1 points compared to December 2011 to 79.8, according to a statement from Zions Bank. The national Consumer Confidence Index fell 3.7 points to 61.1. The current index still shows economic growth.
A recent survey by Accountemps suggests that having a sense of humor is an important part of adapting to a company’s culture.
Recent Nielsen numbers show a drop in the number of visitors to AOL Inc.'s site.
Solera Networks announced today that it would be receiving $20 million in Series D financing from Intel Capital.
Women in Provo have some of the lowest average salaries in the country, according to Forbes analysis of the 2010 American Community Survey by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Last year’s Twitter Inc. posts related to Netflix Inc. could have had an effect on the number of stock holders.
Salt Lake City company 5 O’Clock Shadow attended Outdoor Retailer to promote its product, a face mask that looks like a beard, and find stores to sell it.
BlenderBottle launched a new product, the SportsMixer, at the Outdoor Retailer Winter Showcase this week.
The Wise Company, a food storage company based in Centerville, showed several new products at the Outdoor Retailer Winter Showcase.
The Outdoor Retailer Winter Market began today with many different skiing, snowboarding and other winter equipment being showcased, including products for cooking and snacking.Companies provided samples of different things to eat in the Outdoors.
Park City based company Skullcandy displayed their future packaging at the Outdoor Retailer Winter Market.
The Outdoor Industry Association presented “Can you make it in America?” during a seminar held Thursday afternoon at the Outdoor Retailers Winter Market.