Monthly Archives: February 2016

Lindon police arrest man on suspicion of armed robbery at fast-food restaurant

A Pleasant Grove man was arrested by Lindon police early Monday morning on reports of robbing a restaurant at gunpoint.

Lindon police arrest man on suspicion of armed robbery at fast-food restaurant

Overnight standoff in Orem leads to two arrests on suspicion of stealing car

After a standoff with police, a man was arrested in Orem on reports of stealing a car and then locking himself inside his apartment.

Overnight standoff in Orem leads to two arrests on suspicion of stealing car

American Fork OKs its Main Street master plan, sharrows on hold

American Fork’s downtown district is going to shine with improvements several years in the future, except for, perhaps, the sharrows.

American Fork OKs its Main Street master plan, sharrows on hold

‘A class act:’ 70 years of the Cougarettes

When generations of women came together on a stage to perform a dance routine, they showed that the alumni Cougarettes have still got it.

‘A class act:’ 70 years of the Cougarettes

Zillow’s co-founder and CEO reflect on 10th year

Barton rarely serves as CEO of the companies he creates, rather, he has a knack for finding leaders to pass them on to. One is Spencer Rascoff, now CEO of Zillow Group, who met Barton when Expedia acquired Rascoff’s company Hotwire.

Zillow’s co-founder and CEO reflect on 10th year

OFFICE COACH: How to mend relationship with colleague

OFFICE COACH: How to mend relationship with colleague

ON THE JOB: Some co-workers don’t want to give at the office

This happens frequently in workplaces that have high turnover or use contract, temporary or part-time workers. Those “work families” tend to be less connected to each other.

ON THE JOB: Some co-workers don’t want to give at the office

Find ways to build your legacy

Increasingly, people who consider themselves time- and cash-constrained are finding ways to build a legacy. Some choose occupations or jobs that have social impact or feel meaningful. Others focus on teaching their children or mentees how to live with purpose and make something of themselves. And some work to solve big picture problems by creating or participating in organizations that bring people together to do good.

Find ways to build your legacy

How one man turned window washing into $140 million

Sachse, now 52, said he would clean and squeegee store-front windows along in Detroit and in the suburbs. He’d knock on doors, ask for business, and come back every couple of weeks. His best months were in the summer, and he gradually expanded the business as he picked up more accounts.

How one man turned window washing into $140 million

Proposal to add 10-cent fee to plastic, paper bags

SALT LAKE CITY — A proposal to add a 10-cent fee on all plastic and paper bags used in places like grocery stores is moving through the Utah legislature.

Proposal to add 10-cent fee to plastic, paper bags