POSTED // May 31,2012 - According to a tape-recorded conversation he had with the owner of a telemarketing sales floor, attorney general candidate John Swallow has plans to place the Division of Consumer Protection under the control of the Attorney General’s Office.
POSTED // May 30,2012 - “Crowdfunding” platforms like Kickstarter have been giving average people the chance to chip in a buck or two to fund projects ranging from humanitarian trips abroad to someone’s first novels. Now, a local group is starting its own platform to crowdfund startup businesses in Salt Lake City.
POSTED // May 16,2012 - Gold Bullion International founder Savneet Singh knew that launching a business that stores physical gold bars and coins for clients outside of traditional banks would mean the company would have to own secure vaults across the globe.
POSTED // May 3,2012 - Tired of being normal? Are you a middle-age woman suffering from “sagging, dragging and nagging”? Have you heard any of these pitches either from websites or billboards featuring happy, smooth-faced grandmothers?
POSTED // Apr 18,2012 - Members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will for the first time see one of the faithful nominated for president by a major political party. But while the faithful rejoice, so do the church critics, whose cries of hosanna may be just as loud as LDS members’.
POSTED // Apr 11,2012 - The Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Land Management has given a preliminary thumbs-up to a pair of massive projects that, combined, will open up nearly 5,000 new natural-gas wells in the Uintah Basin.
POSTED // Apr 4,2012 - Salt Lake County legislative candidate Michelle Facer Baguley is looking to capitalize on the popularity of social media and word of mouth to run a campaign that she’s committed to spend none of her own money on or accept any donations for.