- HIGH AND DRY? Vannierop, Deborah // Inside Tucson Business;12/18/2000, Vol. 10 Issue 39, p1
Focuses on the problems facing business enterprises in Mount Lemmon, Arizona, from the lack of snow for skiing and road construction projects. Possible delays in the opening of the Ski Valley lodge due to lack of snow; Effects of the road projects on the work hours of businesses.
- Notes. // New Hampshire Business Review;3/7/2003, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p7A
Reports business developments as of March 2003 in New Hampshire. Performance of the ski industry during the wet season; Crisis faced by dairy farms; Resignation of Mike Neil as executive director of the Northern White Mountain Chamber of Commerce.
- A California ski mountain, for $1.65 million. Dahl, Darren // Inc.;Oct2009, Vol. 31 Issue 8, p28
The article announces the sale of Mount Waterman, a ski mountain in California. The ski mountain was opened in 1942 and closed in 2002. Rick Metcalf, a mortgage broker, purchased the ski mountain in 2006 and spent one million U.S. dollars on renovations to upgrade the mountain's three chairlifts...
- Ski Mogul. Steiner, Christopher // Forbes Asia;12/10/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 21, p134
The article discusses the factors to be considered when planning to turn a favorite sport into a business, based on the experience of Gerald Petitt, a hotel developer from Bethesda, Maryland. Pettitt, who loves to ski, opened Echo Mountain, a promontory which serves as a ski site catering to a...
- WASATCH/SUMMIT AREA. // Utah Business;Jul2015, Vol. 29 Issue 7, p24
This section offers business news briefs in the Wasatch/Summit area of Utah, which includes the opening of the 14,000-square-foot clubhouse of Red Ledges, the Best Ski Destination of the West recognition received by Park City from "Sunset" magazine and the 83.4 million U.S. dollars brought by...
- Powder Shots & Family Ties. Sebestyen, Stephen // Ski;Nov2015, Vol. 80 Issue 3, p75
The article focuses on the development of the Wolf Creek Ski Area in Colorado by its owner Davey Pitcher and his family through generations including the theme of generational resort in its business operations, assistance of Chris Pitcher, Davey's nephew in the business, and facility to visitors.
- Czech, US, German firms bidding for Slovenian sports goods manufacturer. // Regional Today;11/13/2014, p2
The article reports that Czech ski manufacturer Sporten, U.S. company Boba Ing, and other media companies will be bidding for Slovakian sports manufacturer Elan.
- When The Dog's Bite Is Worse Than Its Bark. C. J. C // High Yield Report;11/26/2007, Vol. 18 Issue 45, p2
The author reflects on some financial businesses that appears to be successful but in reality, its foundation is breaking. She resembles the situation to a relationship of a loving couple that suddenly is clamoring for a divorce. She cites some examples of various businesses in the U.S. that is...
- Colorado Cool Stuff. // ColoradoBiz;Jan2005, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p63
The article presents information on various developments related to small business. After relocating to Denver from Chicago for his wife Maria's job, Chad Yetka, an aerospace engineer and consultant, found himself contemplating his next career move, and skiing almost every day. Chad's...