Salt Lake Chamber Member News 2018-02-08T10:25:30+00:00

USU to Open it’s Own Chocolate Factory

Originally published by Kevin Opsahl in The Herald Journal on June 16, 2018 Watch out, Willy Wonka! A new chocolate factory is coming. Utah State University announced this week it will open such a facility, the first of its kind for any university in the Western United States. “I don’t [...]

33 Parr Brown Attorneys Recognized by Mountain States Super Lawyers 2018

June 15, 2018, Salt Lake City, Utah….Thirty-three attorneys from Parr Brown Gee & Loveless have been named to the 2018 Mountain States Super Lawyers and Rising Stars list. Each year the top five percent of Utah lawyers are designated by the Super Lawyers team to receive this recognition. The Rising [...]

Department of Energy Selects University of Utah Site for $140 Million Geothermal Research and Development

Originally published by Energy.gov on June 14, 2018 WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced that the University of Utah will receive up to $140 million in continued funding over the next five years for cutting-edge geothermal research and development. After three years of planning, site characterization, [...]

WTC Utah Analysis Shows Retaliatory Tariffs from Key Trading Partners Threaten Utah’s Economy

Originally published by Utah Business on June 14, 2018 Salt Lake City– In response to President Trump’s June 1st announcement that key U.S. trade partners would be subject to tariffs on steel and aluminum, Canada, Mexico and the European Union announced retaliatory tariffs on U.S. exports. Each of these partners [...]

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Cottonwood Mall Site Gets New Name

Originally published by Kierra Dotson in Good4Utah on June 14, 2018 HOLLADAY (News4Utah)- The old Cottonwood Mall site officially has a new name. Developers have dubbed the site "Holladay Quarter". “After a decade of dirt at the site, we’re excited to move forward and create a vibrant neighborhood village that will [...]

Publik Coffee Takes Over Landmark Big Ed’s Near Utah Campus, Promising Affordable Breakfasts, Burgers and Beer

Originally published by Kathy Stephenson in The Salt Lake Tribune on June 14, 2018 Hipster coffee will get a shot of history next month when Salt Lake City’s Publik Coffee Roasters opens its fourth store, this one near the University of Utah. The new shop will replace Big Ed’s, 210 [...]

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