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Xpro Networks: Protecting your digital fingerprint

John Clawson, CEO and founder of Xpro Networks, helps local customers with their information technology needs.
Bag of Publik Coffee

Publik Coffee: The perfect blend of passion and community

Publik Coffee manager Josh Edgar explains how the company embraces the community it serves.

Primo Restaurant owner fulfills his American dream

Faced with financial, cultural, and linguistic obstacles, Samir Grahovic went from a poor Bosnian war refugee to the owner of one of Salt Lake's upscale restaurants. Tara Reid shares his story.
Bjorn's Brew on State Street

Shop local to boost your community all year round

Amie Schaeffer spoke to three local businesses to learn about the benefits of buying local during the coronavirus pandemic.
Winning team

SLCC DECA hosts first Bruin Basketball Brawl

The DECA club hosted the tournament to raise funds to travel to a competition in California.
Curtis Youngman

A conversation with Curtis Youngman

Jayel Kirby talks to longtime SLCC professor Curtis Youngman, who is retiring this June.

SLCC to offer Direct Selling Entrepreneur Program

Looking to start your own business? SLCC's new Direct Selling Entrepreneur Program may be just the thing you need!
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5 Cs of credit every student should know

Students need to get smart about their credit profile. Learn the "5 Cs" of credit as explained by SLCC finance professor Dennis Wilson.
David Kestenbaum, left, and Stacy Vanek Smith

NPR’s Planet Money talks economics at SLCC

During their visit to Utah the hosts of NPR's podcast Planet Money spoke to students at Salt Lake Community College.
Woman with her dog

Don’t leave your dog at home

Learn about some of the local stores and restaurants where you can take your dog.
Watchtower Cafe

Entrepreneurs take many paths to success

Entrepreneurs often have humble beginnings, but their success stories can inspire others.
Main Street in Park City

The Sundance effect: Businesses in Park City experience lulls during film festival

The glitz and glamour of the Sundance Film Festival doesn't translate into profits for many Park City businesses.