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Salt Lake Tribune becomes first US legacy newspaper with nonprofit status

The Internal Revenue Service approved a transition for the Salt Lake Tribune to go from a for-profit newspaper to a nonprofit news organization, the Salt Lake Tribune announced Monday.The change makes the newspaper the first legacy newspaper in the country to become a nonprofit.The Tribune ...

Utah company InsideSales announces rebrand, new CEO

InsideSales announced a corporate rebrand to <a href="https://xant.ai/" target="_blank">XAN</a>T Monday morning, as well as a new CEO and CMO, following months where several new executives have been hired.Chris Harrington, who first joined InsideSales in October ...

Visa credit cards now accepted — again — at Smith’s grocery stores

Smith’s Food and Drug, a subsidiary of Kroger, announced the supermarket chain will now accept Visa credit card payments, reversing an unpopular decision made earlier this year.In March, Smith’s Food and Drug stores reported Visa charges retailers “excessive interchange and network ...

New leadership to guide Murray Energy through bankruptcy

ST. CLAIRSVILLE, Ohio — Robert D. Moore is taking the helm of a new company being formed to acquire Murray Energy Corporation’s assets as the largest underground coal producer in the United States navigates the bankruptcy process.Moore, who for years has served Murray Energy as its ...

Communal restaurant celebrates 10 years in downtown Provo

Communal celebrated its tenth anniversary Wednesday night by inviting back the chefs that previously worked for the restaurant and preparing a special menu for patrons, with each of the four chefs preparing one of a four-course dinner.Co-founder and original chef Colton Soelberg reflected on ...

Utah County family creates app to connect people with farmers and fresh food

When Wills Jolley moved his family back to Utah from Arizona, he couldn’t wait to expose his kids to farm-fresh food. Originally from Vernal, Jolley personally knew several farmers as well as people who simply had gardens, all of whom would either sell or share their food. Living in Utah ...