Art Raymond, KSL

Art Raymond


Salt Lake City, UT, United States

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Past articles by Art:


The 4th Node: New podcast shares Utah's fascinating tech history

So, have you ever heard of the 4th node? → Read More


Google playing catchup with ChatGPT, releases its 'Bard' chatbot

Search giant Google is officially chasing viral rival ChatGPT with its own version of an artificial intelligence engine that can provide natural language responses to queries from users. → Read More

As gas prices jump at the pump, Gov. Spencer Cox says he’s feeling your pain

Utah has one of the highest prices for gas in the country. Gov. Spencer Cox attributed to oil refineries being offline in Utah and Colorado. Price jumps at the start of the vacation season could arrive early this year. → Read More

So long ‘Crypto Bowl’: Booze is back big as crypto companies bail on Super Bowl ads

Crypto ads were the hit of last year’s Super Bowl.This year, cryptocurrency companies, who collectively stole the show when it came to buzzy ads last year, will have zero presence during the Philadelphia Eagles-Kansas City Chiefs matchup Sunday on Fox Sports. → Read More

Jobs report blows by expectations, ratchets up inflation fight

A new federal employment report shows an expectedly strong U.S. job market. Unemployment in the U.S. is at its lowest level since 1969. Inflation has not weakened the job market. → Read More

Snack-flation? Prices are up but there are a few bright spots for Super Bowl LVII buffets

Grocery prices are up almost 12% over last year but the costs for some Super Bowl snacks have dropped a little this year. → Read More

Inflation war: Federal Reserve eases back but continues streak of interest rate hikes

As expected, the Federal Reserve announced a .25% increase to its benchmark lending rate Wednesday, continuing a streak of rate hikes over the past year aiming to quell U.S. inflation that has been running at or near 40-year highs. → Read More

German tech giant SAP looking to liquidate Qualtrics stake

Back in 2018, SAP nabbed Provo-based Qualtrics in a landmark $8 billion deal. Now, it could be pulling up stakes in the company and Utah. Read about it here. → Read More

Refund retreat: Many taxpayers will see smaller refunds as pandemic-era breaks expire

A slew of pandemic-era government subsidies, including stimulus checks, tax breaks and expanded credits, timed-out in 2021. And the adjustment could lead to refund shock, or balances due, for many U.S. taxpayers this time around as the 2022 filing window opened earlier this week. → Read More

Space saviors: NOAA satellites helped save 397 lives in 2022

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is best known for its scientific research on oceans, weather and climate but the agency’s network of low-earth orbiting satellites sometimes also plays a critical role in responding to emergency situations. → Read More


What's in store for Utah's economy in 2023? It could go one of three ways

Unsettled and unprecedented conditions have turned economic forecasting into a game of three-card monte since the worst of COVID-19 restrictions have subsided. → Read More

The U.S. economy took a wild ride in 2022. Where is it headed next?

Unprecedented economic factors drove record inflation and made it nearly impossible to control in 2022. Will 2023 bring a recession? Here are the economic predictions. → Read More

Elon Musk gets voted off Twitter island. But will he concede to the voice of the people?

Twitter CEO Elon Musk continues to turn managing the social media platform into public sport, this time turning to Twitter users with a poll asking whether or not he should step down as head of the company and promising to abide by the results. → Read More


What are the risks of buy now, pay later?

Looking to spread out the cost of a pricier-than-expected holiday gift for a friend, family member or yourself? → Read More

U.S. inflation now at 7.1%, lowest rate in a year

The Labor Department reports overall inflation dropped to 7.1% in November, the lowest overall rate since last December and further evidence that the red-hot U.S. economy may finally be cooling off. → Read More

Orion capsule back after 25-day journey as NASA inches closer to moon landing

NASA’s oft-delayed Artemis I mission came to a spectacular and successful conclusion Sunday when the unoccupied Orion crew capsule splashed down in the Pacific Ocean after surviving a 25,000 mph and 5,000-degree reentry into Earth’s atmosphere. → Read More

Infinite, clean energy? Scientists set to announce fusion breakthrough

Scientists at the National Ignition Facility at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California have finally produced a nuclear fusion reaction in which the energy coming out of the experiment has exceeded the energy going into it. → Read More


BYU researchers capture sound of world's most powerful rocket coming to life

How loud is the world's most powerful rocket when it roars to life? → Read More

The Great Disconnect: Remote positions drying up as growing number of U.S. workers want to toil from home

Once just a symbol of pandemic realities, remote work is now a mainstay in the U.S. and a growing number of employees want to toil from home permanently. → Read More

How did Elon Musk’s ‘hardcore’ ultimatum work out? Hundreds of Twitter employees bailed

Half of Twitter’s 7,500 workers lost their jobs after Elon Musk took over the platform. Now, hundreds more have reportedly exited following a Musk ultimatum that called for either working extra hours or quitting the company. → Read More