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Bad things happen to PCs that interrupt your work flow, and often, we don’t know why. Late last week, I had completed a media brochure update in Adobe Creative Cloud’s InDesign, which took about a half-day’s worth of time. As usual, I exported the document to PDF so I could upload it to a pl…

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SALT LAKE CITY — Gov. Gary Herbert says he has no plans to shutdown the economy and appears unwilling to bow to mounting pressure to make face masks mandatory despite a warning from the state’s epidemiologist that a complete shutdown might be imminent if Utah can’t stop a prolonged spike of …

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Weeks after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration granted emergency use authorization of the Chembio Diagnostic System, Inc. COVID-19 antibody test, the FDA revoked nationwide authorization, halting a Utah health solutions company’s rapid antibody testing.

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SALT LAKE CITY — Utah state leaders said Wednesday that updated plans intended to help drive economic recovery won't compromise the health of residents even though the state is experiencing a multi-week rise in cases.

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Last week I hosted a webinar on what you should do now to prepare for a job search. While the panel represented the maritime, logistics and engineering sectors, their advice can be applied more broadly, so I want to share the information with you.

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Multiple Utah attorneys are preparing to file a class-action lawsuit against state officials on behalf of businesses that say the state’s COVID-19 directives affected their livelihoods and violated their constitutional rights.

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Less than 2% of our state’s population is black, and that may indicate that there are a lot of folks whose only knowledge of the black community is what they see on the news, in movies and on TV. Over the past week, we’ve been flooded with heartbreaking and disturbing news, images and words …

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SALT LAKE CITY — The number of people requesting unemployment assistance in Utah last week dropped below 5,000 for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic took hold in the United States but remained at a rate far higher than normal, show new figures released Thursday.

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No doubt you’ve been spending more time online over these past several months. At the same time, scammers have multiplied their efforts to steal identities and access sensitive data from unsuspecting users, preying on the uncertainty of people who are more isolated than ever due to shelter a…

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COVID-19 conspiracy theorists have neatly folded in 5G to their stories, claiming 5G towers in Wuhan were responsible for the initial outbreak. It took several months for this rumor to incite action, but in April, protestors set fire to 5G towers in the U.K.

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Just because many areas in Utah have now moved from the orange, moderate-risk phase to a yellow, low-risk phase last Saturday, that does not necessarily mean the end of work-from-home for all. For those who are told they may return to the office, it is likely to be under new rules, such as r…

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A week ago, I was in countdown mode to record three interviews for a show I would be hosting the following week. Now that our company’s events have been delayed to the fall, we are going full throttle on digital content — a bi-weekly talk show, a series of webinars and global networking even…

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While the Utah County Health Department says a section of the Utah Code prohibits them from releasing the names of two businesses that ignored COVID-19 guidelines and instructed sick staff to work, an attorney who has researched open records laws and litigated public records cases in Utah rejects such an interpretation of state law.

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More than 33 million Americans have filed unemployment insurance claims over the last seven weeks after the coronavirus pandemic forced state and national officials to close nonessential businesses.