Daily Archives: August 2, 2016

Firefighters extinguish mobile home fire in Orem

A mobile home was damaged in a fire Tuesday afternoon in Orem.

Firefighters extinguish mobile home fire in Orem

FairMormon Conference to focus on Book of Mormon, role of women in LDS Church

The 18th annual FairMormon Conference is coming to Provo on Thursday and Friday, and FairMormon President Scott Gordon said he hopes the gathering gives attendees the resources and knowledge they need to discuss several of the more controversial aspects of…

FairMormon Conference to focus on Book of Mormon, role of women in LDS Church

Fertilizer giant takes a $10M loss on lower prices, sales

The red ink translates into a loss of 3 cents per share for Mosaic stockholders compared to a $1.08 per share gain a year earlier. Because of a company buy-back effort, outstanding shares for the recent quarter totaled nearly 350 million, down from more than 363 million a year ago.

Fertilizer giant takes a $10M loss on lower prices, sales

Polk business among “Best Companies to Work For”

Patel, Greene & Associates in Bartow (No. 3), Clark/Nikdel/Powell (No. 10) in Winter Haven, and CPS Investment Advisors (No. 27) in Lakeland were among the 42 Florida entries in the Small Company category that ranked businesses with 15 to 49 employees. A-C-T Environmental & Infrastructure in Bartow was No. 26 among the 30 entries in the Midsize Company list of employers with 50 to 249 employees.

Polk business among "Best Companies to Work For"

Stressed times for Europe’s banks despite rosy assessment

On Tuesday, bank stocks across Europe — even those that were effectively given a clean bill of health by the European Banking Authority’s tests — fell sharply for the second day and weighed heavily on the wider market indexes.

Stressed times for Europe’s banks despite rosy assessment

Aetna may abandon ACA exchanges to avoid losses

A departure by Aetna, the nations’ third-largest insurer, could further reduce the number of choices for customers and eventually push insurance prices higher. Competition by insurers is a key feature of the exchanges, designed to keep a lid on prices, but several insurers are abandoning them because they are losing enormous amounts of money.

Aetna may abandon ACA exchanges to avoid losses

Sen. Mark Madsen to introduce Gary Johnson at SLC rally

Utah State Sen. Mark Madsen, Saratoga Springs, will be one of the introductory speakers at a rally Saturday for Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson in Salt Lake City.

Sen. Mark Madsen to introduce Gary Johnson at SLC rally

Water line breaks in Lindon

A water line broke in Lindon Tuesday, causing minor flooding in one area of town.

Water line breaks in Lindon

Water line break affects Lindon businesses, residences

A water line break in Lindon is affecting water service in the city.

Water line break affects Lindon businesses, residences

Lehi skate park moves forward with Pointe Meadows representation on design committee

After complaining, petitioning and cajoling, Pointe Meadows residents are getting an unwanted skate park built in their neighboring Lehi community park anyway, with significant caveats.

Lehi skate park moves forward with Pointe Meadows representation on design committee