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Today At Utah Pulse
Holland & Hart adds experienced tax attorney Rob Lang in Salt Lake City
Holland & Hart announced the addition of Rob Lang to the firm's Salt Lake City, Utah office.
Cache Valley Electric appoints four new vice presidents
Cache Valley Electric announced the appointment of four new vice presidents: Scott R. Collard, John Lee, Brian Parkin, and Eric Ward.
AdRoll Group expands in Salt Lake City; Marketing tech company to add 100 jobs by 2020
AdRoll Group is significantly expanding its presence in Salt Lake City to support the growth of its AdRoll business unit and growth platform.
The costs of career transition: Employees' struggle to learn new habits is eating at your bottom line
A new study by VitalSmarts shows employees struggle to quickly and adeptly transition into their new roles. Specifically, they struggle to turn new skills into automatic habits required for reliable execution in the new role.
O.C. Tanner named one of PEOPLE'S '50 Companies that Care' by Great Place to Work and PEOPLE
Great Place to Work and PEOPLE have honored O.C. Tanner as one of the PEOPLE's "50 Companies That Care". O.C. Tanner made the list for the third straight year.
Tax reform will get far more difficult as campaigns crank up
LaVarr Webb, PublisherThe Legislature has only a limited amount of time to enact tax reform before politics overtake the issue and makes meaningful reform almost impossible.
Davinci announces the release of new website - DavinciMeetingRooms.com
Davinci announced the launch of its new website DavinciMeetingRooms.com. Davinci's workspace and meeting room reservation site has been built with a mobile-friendly design and the latest technologies to provide a great booking experience from any device.
Overstock.com stock price drops after CEO Patrick Byrne claims role in Russia probe and 'political espionage' against Clinton, Trump (Salt Lake Tribune)
Inc. 5000 again lists Utah's Podium among fastest-growing companies in the U.S. (Deseret News)
Domo adds trio of execs with high-tech bonafides via Adobe, SAP and Microsoft (Deseret News)
Sandy, Draper, Riverton create new South Valley Chamber (Deseret News)
Nvidia CEO says Google is the company's only customer building its own silicon at scale (CNBC)
Powell Expected to Seek Another Cut Despite Strong Spending (Bloomberg)
U.S. Stocks Stabilize on Strong Retail-Sales Data (Wall Street Journal)
'Crazy inverted yield curve' vexes Fed, with no clear resolution (Reuters)
Google employees accuse Border Patrol of 'torturing' immigrants, refuse to work with agencies (Washington Examiner)
Revlon stock jumps on report that the cosmetics company is considering a sale (CNBC)
CVS, Pill Club wage public feud over birth control rates; some shoppers boycott (USA Today)
Tiffany & Co. launches men's line, hoping diamonds are a dude's best friend (Washington Post)
Wall St rises after strong retail sales data, Walmart earnings (Yahoo Finance)
Inside WeWork, one couple wields control (CNN)
GE CEO Larry Culp bought nearly $2 million worth of the company's stock after fraud accusation (CNBC)