Author Archive

The road to RICO Brand with Jorge Fierro

The Bottom Line – Jorge Fierro is the founder and CEO of RICO Brand, a company that makes a line of gourmet ready-to-eat

Civility in Politics: Resilience of American Institutions

The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour — Today, we feature the second part of a 2-Part panel discussion entitled Civility in Politics: Resilience of American

Shawn Bercuson: a self-proclaimed “startup junkie”

The Bottom Line (Original Air Date: October 2, 2018) — There’s an oft-cited statistic that can put fear into the hearts of entrepreneurs–that 90%

Civility in Politics: The Challenge of Incivility

The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour — Today, we feature the first of a two-part panel discussion entitled Civility in Politics: The Challenge of Incivility.

Rethinking regenerative medicine with PolarityTE

The Bottom Line – Denver Lough, MD, PhD is the Founder, CEO and President of PolarityTE. On the program, Dr. Lough talks to

Ballot Ready 2018: Proposition 4 – Better Boundaries

The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour — Today’s program wraps up the Hinckley Institutes’ Ballot Ready 2018 series with a panel discussion on this year’s

Ballot Ready 2018: Utah Nonbinding Opinion Question 1 – Our Schools Now

The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour — On this week’s program, we continue with the Hinckley Institute’s Ballot Ready 2018 series, which aims to

Data analytics, machine learning and AI with Big Squid

The Bottom Line – Chris Knoch, CEO and founder of Big Squid–a company focused on bringing the power of data analytics, machine learning

Ballot Ready 2018: Proposition 2 – the Medical Marijuana Initiative

The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour — With election day approaching, the Hinckley Institute has been hosting a series of forums called “Ballot Ready 2018.”

Fostering entrepreneurship at the U with Troy D’Ambrosio

The Bottom Line – Troy D’Ambrosio, executive director of the University of Utah Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute and assistant dean at the David Eccles School