News: March 2016

Task Force Seeks to Welcome, Support Immigrant Entrepreneurs in Salt lake County

SALT LAKE CITY — Immigrants are "imperative" for Utah's growing economy and entrepreneurial innovation.

Salt Lake City Named No. 1 Trendiest U.S. City Where You Still Can Afford to Buy a Home

Sandy—Salt Lake City was named the No. 1 “Trendiest U.S. City Where You Still Can Afford to Buy a Home,” according to a survey this month by

Utah Cities Among Best in Nation for Minority-Owned Businesses

Salt Lake City—According to a recently released ranking from 

An Animated Discussion: Utah Corporate Incentives Program Explained in New Video

One of the most publicly visible programs of the Governor’s Office of Economic Development is also one of its most misunderstood.

Google Fiber Retail Store to Open at Trolley Square

SALT LAKE CITY — The capital city’s newest technology hub will be located in one of its landmark shopping and entertainment locales.

University of Utah Engineers Develop Material That Can Sense Fuel Leaks and Fuel-Based Explosives

Alkane fuel is a key ingredient in combustible material such as gasoline, airplane fuel, oil — even a homemade bomb. Yet it’s difficult to detect and there are no portable scanners available that can sniff out the odorless and colorless vapor.

Utah's Job Growth Among Tops in Nation

Washington • Utah is one of four states to experience double digit job growth since the Great Recession.

Ski Season Ends with a Bang for Park City Lodging Industry

Around the middle of the ski season in early February, Bill Malone, president and CEO of the Park City Chamber/Bureau, pored over the numbers and came away with a tinge of concern.

Air Canada Returning to SLC, Offers Daily Flight to its Global-Hub Toronto

Air Canada is returning to Salt Lake City International Airport, offering daily flights to and from its global hub at Toronto beginning May 27.

Phase One of Sandy Transit-Oriented Development Project Nears Completion

SANDY — Walking through the construction zone of East Village in south suburban Sandy, there is the distinct outline of what will become the area's first transit-oriented development.


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