Business Headlines 11-25-15

Business in the front, party in the back: Entrata celebrates company values week (Daily Herald)

S.L. Comic Con founders report progress in trademark dispute as they prep for next event (Deseret News)

The Gateway is being sold — here’s why the deal remains hush-hush (Salt Lake Tribune)

State Street housing-retail project runs into yet another setback (Salt Lake Tribune)

In time for the holidays, S.L. Comic Con begins wave of celeb announcements for spring event (Deseret News)

Utah consumer attitudes still upbeat about local economy (Deseret News)

Utah liquor commission going slow on Starbucks’ request to sell beer, wine (Deseret News)

Editorial: More retail workers being allowed time to give thanks with families (Deseret News)

Op-ed: Tax extenders are among worst examples of American corporate welfare (Deseret News)

Utah solar-production company actually a tax ‘sham,’ feds say (Salt Lake Tribune)

Starbucks liquor license may be up to Legislature (Salt Lake Tribune)