New subscription-based services make it easy for college students to unwittingly overspend.
Bennett Muhoza and several other Congolese refugee students graduated from the Everyday Entrepreneur Program at Salt Lake Community College.
The Student Beans app connects students with discounts on non-educational expenses like food, clothing and tech.
Remote work has benefited some people with disabilities, but many employees and job seekers still encounter ableism and a lack of inclusion.
Prodigal Press allows student journalists and contributors to freely cover topics that may be frowned upon at Brigham Young University.
Contrary to conspiracy theories, Fun Time Kidz Care in Salt Lake City is a functioning day care facility, and nothing else.
Labor shortages, supply outages and a large decrease in sales volume prevented SLCC campus cafes from fully opening.
For being a successful entrepreneur who uses their success to do good globally, Salt Lake Community College honored Davis Smith with the Distinguished Alumni Award in 2020.
Rick Brown and the Veterans Business Resource Center help former military members pursue their entrepreneurial dreams.
Sartain & Saunders, which owns Kilby Court, Urban Lounge and Metro Music Hall, had to make big changes to stay afloat during the pandemic.
The Salt Lake Film Society created SLFS@Home to continue screening films during the coronavirus pandemic.
Amie Schaeffer spoke to three local businesses to learn about the benefits of buying local during the coronavirus pandemic.