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Bicycle Company ENVE Purchased by Amer for $50M in Cash

OGDEN — ENVE Composites has been bought up by a large international sporting goods company, but the Ogden-based manufacturer of high-end cycling accessories is staying in Junction City. 

Companies in Utah County and Throughout State Answering Need for Coders

From garages and basements, to glass-walled office buildings popping up all over Utah County, technology companies are everywhere. But finding the talent to sustain them as they grow has been more of a slow burn.

New Owners Unveil $30M Upgrade for Salt Lake City's Gateway

New owners of The Gateway drew a warm reception Friday for their $30 million strategy to transform the ailing shopping center into a new entertainment, dining and social hub for Salt Lake City.

Survey Shows Small Businesses Enter 2016 with More Optimism

Honeyville Inc. Announces Expansion

Salt Lake City—The Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED), along with Honeyville Inc., is pleased to announce that the Utah-based food products company will expand its manufacturing within the state, generating 115 jobs and an expected capital investment of $23 million.

2016 Will be the Year of the NERDS

2016 will be the year of the NERDS ​At the end of 2014 we introduced five office markets to keep an eye on for strong talent, affordable space and investment opportunity. A year later, they're certainly turning heads.

Utah Finds Gold in Steel

by RON STARNER Utah is cashing in on a golden treasure made of steel.

Utah's Unicorns, How "Silicon Slopes" is Gaining Momentum

It’s snowing this time of year along the Wasatch Front, a patch of connected cities spreading from Ogden to Provo, that some in Utah refer to as the “Silicon Slopes.” But this part of the Rockies isn’t just turning out large amounts of fluffy, white stuff, it also seems to be produc

Blockbuster Year for Movie-Makers in Utah

(KUTV) The Utah Film Commission says 2015 was a blockbuster year for movie-makers in Utah.

How Do Wages, Education and Age Contribute to Utah's Workforce Skills Gap?

SALT LAKE CITY — Jeff Weber admits having to hire 300 new employees in one year can be a good problem to have as a young company.

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