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Intermountain Healthcare responds to Utah's opioid crisis

Dr. Jennifer Plumb is a pediatrician at  Intermountain Primary Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake City. She also serves on Utah's opioid crisis task force. | Photo courtesy of Intermountain Primary Children’s Hospital.

March 13, 2018 - 10:45am

National model for fighting cybercrime based on Utah method of investigation

The Utah Department of Public Safety and the FBI work together to solve cybercrimes. The method the organizations use to investigate those crimes has been called the Utah Model, which is recognized nationally for cybercrime investigations, cyber intelligence analysis and the study of the impact of cybercrimes. | Logo courtesy of the Utah Department of Public Safety.

February 12, 2018 - 2:56pm

Leaders say expanded transit in SLC would benefit business

Billy Hesterman, vice president of the Utah Taxpayers Association, said improvements proposed to the Salt Lake City mass transit system “have the potential” to benefit the business community. | Photo Courtesy of the Utah Taxpayers Association.

September 11, 2017 - 6:38pm

In this ongoing series, we ask executives, entrepreneurs and business leaders about mistakes that have shaped their business philosophy.

Val Hale

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In this ongoing series, we ask executives, entrepreneurs and business leaders about mistakes that have shaped their business philosophy.

Ivy Estabrooke

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In this ongoing series, we ask executives, entrepreneurs and business leaders about mistakes that have shaped their business philosophy.

Cory Maloy

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In this ongoing series, we ask executives, entrepreneurs and business leaders about mistakes that have shaped their business philosophy.

Rona Rahlf

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Giving workers more flexibility can extend lives, study finds

Celadon Trucking’s Gordon Day is taking advantage of a new company policy that allows drivers to take their cats and dogs on the road with them. An Indiana University study found that giving workers in high-stress jobs additional freedom isn’t just a morale booster but could also help them live longer. | Photo courtesy of Celadon Trucking

October 27, 2016 - 3:58pm

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