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Happy to succeed. Omniture co-founder has fun but is serious about business

In 2005, Omniture was the state’s leading recipient of venture capital investment, raking in $40 million. The deal was the 10th-largest nationwide, according to PricewaterhouseCoopers.

11 Utah firms are top manufacturers

When Lanny Smith moved his manufacturing business from California to Utah, he enjoyed affordable real estate, talented labor and lower taxes. Thursday he reaped another benefit: recognition.

Spanish Fork, Utah weapons maker, Klune Industries expands with $400 million contract

"That means more jobs for us, and it’s a great technology that not only saves lives but is also able to detonate with minimal collateral damage," said Spanish Fork Mayor Joe Thomas.

Utah jobs going unfilled causing frustration among small employers and pushing average wages higher

In metropolitan Utah, the average advertised wage for job openings surveyed climbed to $12.20 an hour, up from $11.20 an hour a year earlier.

Utah schools, state workers find raises too low. Proposed pay package bears no sign of good economy, critics say

"Every poll has said public education is the priority,"

Qwest taps Cache, Utah for new call center

Jerry Fenn, Qwest president for Utah, said the company put customer call centers in Iowa and South Dakota the past two years and could have placed a third anywhere, particularly anywhere in the company’s 14-state local-service area.

Utah gets a peek at business incentives. Economic development: The process of luring businesses to the state is still far from open

The Salt Lake Tribune has filed open-records requests for details about the millions of dollars secretly offered to companies in the past year or so.

Top Utah industry groups, The Utah Information Technology Association and the Utah Life Science Association plan to merge.

"By broadening our scope to become a full technology council, I’m confident we will become an even stronger advocate for creating many new high-paying tech jobs in Utah. We want to broaden the technology umbrella and better serve both of these extremely important technology sectors."

Utah job creation rate roars. State is an employment hot spot in the nation

A state-by-state ranking for January is not yet available, but Utah’s blistering rate of employment growth probably will end up the second-highest among all states, said Mark Knold, chief economist for Workforce Services.

Utah Governor Huntsman keeps public in dark on subsidies to expand or relocate companies to the state.

The increase in secrecy comes at a time when Utah is pledging a record level of incentives – as much as $23 million to 14 out-of-state companies in 2005 alone.