Monthly Archives: November 2015

China joins IMF currency basket: Why it matters

Currency traders and economists see the change as encouragement to Beijing to make faster progress on promises to make the yuan "freely tradable" and open its financial system.

China joins IMF currency basket: Why it matters

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NYC’s salt warning rule set to take effect at chains

The first-of-its-kind rule, which takes effect Tuesday, will require a salt-shaker emblem on some sandwiches, salads and other menu items that top the recommended daily limit of 2,300 milligrams — about a teaspoon — of sodium.

NYC’s salt warning rule set to take effect at chains

North Florida rural counties struggle with Internet service

According to The Gainesville Sun, the North Florida Broadband Authority was formed by the North Florida Economic Development Partnership to provide fast Internet access to residential and business customers.

North Florida rural counties struggle with Internet service

Cyber Monday sales still on top, but losing some luster

Now that shoppers are online all the time anyway, the 10-year-old shopping holiday has lost some of its luster as online sales on Thanksgiving and Black Friday pick up. But enough shoppers have been trained to look for "Cyber Monday" specific sales to ensure the holiday will still mean big bucks for retailers.

Cyber Monday sales still on top, but losing some luster

Utah company sends personalized Santa letters to your kids

Kids take their time picking the perfect gift to ask Santa for. They craft the perfect letter to the man in red asking for the gift they want most. But what if Santa wrote back to them?

Utah company sends personalized Santa letters to your kids

LDS Church launches Christmas campaign

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints launched its annual global Christmas initiative, “A Savior Is Born,” Sunday through social media, advertising and other social channels.

LDS Church launches Christmas campaign

Want a wedding at the new Provo City Center Temple? Reservations start Tuesday

Would-be brides anticipating their big day at the Provo City Center Temple may start calling for reservations Tuesday.

Want a wedding at the new Provo City Center Temple? Reservations start Tuesday

More than 200 weekend accidents on Utah’s icy highways

SALT LAKE CITY — Police in Utah say the holiday weekend’s icy roads caused several crashes along the Wasatch Front.

More than 200 weekend accidents on Utah’s icy highways

Fuel tanker driver burned in explosion a year ago dies

SALT LAKE CITY — A Colorado man has died from injuries he suffered a year ago after the gasoline tanker he was driving crashed and exploded in Spanish Fork.

Fuel tanker driver burned in explosion a year ago dies

Water main break causes road closures in Eagle Mountain

A water main break in Eagle Mountain is causing some traffic problems this morning as crews try to fix the problem. 

Water main break causes road closures in Eagle Mountain