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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.

Utah's First Utility-Scale Solar Energy Plant Amps Up to Deliver

Eight years of hard work and vision came to fruition Thursday upon the completion and commissioning of Utah’s first, fully-functional, utility-sized solar power plant Utah Red Hills Renewable Park located in Parowan.

GOED Aid Goes to HealthEquity & RAM

A financial-services company in Draper and an aerospace-parts manufacturer in St. George received state tax incentives worth nearly $1 million Thursday from the Governor's Office of Economic Development (GOED) board.

Stadler Rail to Open Temporary Utah Operation

A rail-car maker at the center of a recent controversial Switzerland trip by Utah Transit Authority board members and state lawmakers will open temporary operations in Utah, the Governor's Office of Economic Development (GOED) announced Thursday.

Utah Envisions Refugees as Savvy Programmers

Lehi • Dusenge Raheli would like to join the robotics club, but a babysitting gig watching her 3-year-old nephew eats up her afternoons.

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