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The word 'Deseret' is defined by the Book of Mormon as honeybee. (See Ether 2:3)

Deseret was the name of a territory or state proposed by the Mormon pioneers, which covered parts of modern day Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, and California.

In pioneer times, the word Deseret was almost used synonymously with the word Zion - it was the home of the Saints.

Deseret was also used to name things of Mormon origin, such as the Deseret Alphabet or the Deseret News.

Today, Deseret is still used in the names of companies or organizations affiliated with the Mormon Church, including Deseret Book, Deseret Industries, Deseret News, and Deseret Transportation.

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The word Deseret means Honey Bee, and like the honey bee, which is always busy supplying the hive with honey, or the sweetness of success. So the Deseret enterprises were able to be successful because of the industrious nature of its people.


Do you mean 'What companies are controlled through the LDS?' If so. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints oversees the Deseret Management Corporation. This is a parent company for their for-profit ventures. The companies under Deseret Holding (and in turn the LDS Church) are: Deseret Property Management: owns and rents real estate, mostly in downtown Salt Lake City. Deseret Book: a religious book store Deseret News/Deseret Digital/KSL: a local newspaper, website, and tv station in Utah Bonneville International: owns several radio stations throughout the US (in LA, Chicago, Washington DC, Seattle, Phoenix, St. Louis, Cincinnatti, and Salt Lake) Beneficial Financial: life insurance company (currently being phased out) Temple Square Hospitality: operates reception centers and restaurants on Temple Square. They also operate some non-profits, such as Deseret Ranches and Farms, Deseret Transportation and Deseret Industries. Check out the "Related Links" to go to the website of Deseret Management Corporation.


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Deseret was a US territory, and it began to be settled July 24, 1847. As the states within the territory (Idaho, Utah, Arizona, and parts of other present-day states) obtained statehood, the name Deseret ceased to be officially recognized.



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