Three Black-owned business owners in the state of Utah opened up about their experiences, what motivates them and how they're making an impact on their communities.
The trend of thrift shopping has increased significantly over the past few years, affecting traditional retail stores in the United States.
Many Americans have not re-entered the labor market and employment rates in the U.S. have not yet recovered from the economic disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Many college students are turning to buying and selling cryptocurrencies to help cushion their finances while balancing unstable part-time jobs and limited work hours as full-time students.
Small businesses struggle to compete with big online businesses because local products do not appear on Google Search. A group of BYU students created a startup to fix that problem.
"Now Hiring!" "Join our team!" "Apply Inside!" Signs, flyers, and posters like these have popped up in front of businesses all around Utah County as evidence the local economy is seeing the same shortage of workers that has been widely reported nationwide.