Daily Archives: April 25, 2016

IMF expects $500B revenue loss for Mideast oil exporters

In a revised economic outlook report released Monday, the IMF said these countries will see revenues from oil exports drop even more in 2016, to between $490 billion to $540 billion compared to 2014, when oil prices were higher. Oil prices plunged to around $30 a barrel in January compared to $115 in mid-2014.

IMF expects $500B revenue loss for Mideast oil exporters

China auto show highlights luxurious SUVs in slowing market

Honda Motor Co. held world debuts Monday for two SUVs, reflecting China’s high profile in the global industry. Ford, Volkswagen, General Motors and China’s Chery also displayed new SUVs, many never meant to be driven off-road and equipped with heated seats, Web-linked navigation, entertainment centers and other features.

China auto show highlights luxurious SUVs in slowing market

Provo smokestacks being prepped for demolition

Scaffolding started going up this week in preparations for the final demolition of the iconic Provo smoke stacks, part of the Provo Utilities building project.

Provo smokestacks being prepped for demolition

US ends Honda probe for failing to report deaths, injuries

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says in documents posted on its website Monday that Honda paid a $70 million fine and took steps needed to make sure similar failures don’t happen again.

US ends Honda probe for failing to report deaths, injuries

New Provo High School groundbreaking rescheduled

The groundbreaking for the west side Provo High School has been rescheduled.

New Provo High School groundbreaking rescheduled

BYU Campus Drive redesign moves onto final phase

The final phase of Brigham Young University’s redesign of Campus Drive will be completed this summer, according to an announcement made by the university Monday.

BYU Campus Drive redesign moves onto final phase

Research shows rents rising while wages mostly stay stagnant

SALT LAKE CITY — New research shows rents rising while wages mostly stay stagnant in Utah.

Research shows rents rising while wages mostly stay stagnant

Diversity language cut from judge application

SALT LAKE CITY — A nod toward increasing diversity among state court judges in Utah will be removed from the judicial application after state lawmakers declared that gender and racial disparities shouldn’t be a factor in how judges are selected.

Diversity language cut from judge application

USA Today owner Gannett bids for LA Times publisher Tribune

USA Today owner Gannett bids for LA Times publisher Tribune

From the Web: Local YouTuber surprise stressed out students with puppies

From the Web: Local YouTuber surprise stressed out students with puppies