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Provo pet supplies company raising the woof in online growth | Local Business

Rocco & Roxie, a Provo-based pet supply company started off with one product and high hopes. Now those hopes have become a reality.

When the business began, it had a goal of 10 different products each making 10 sales a day. Its top product, the stain and odor eliminator, now sells almost 2,000 times a day.

Growing up in a big pet family, brothers Morgan and Matson Magleby had an affinity for animals. After going to college and pursuing different careers, the brothers aimed to start a business.

With both their pets, Matson’s dog Rocco and Morgan’s cat Roxie, they came up with a fitting name for the company.

This entrepreneurial spirit came naturally to them as their father had owned and developed businesses in Provo his whole life.

“We’ve just always grown up watching him start new businesses and it’s been really inspiring for us,” Morgan said. “Even though

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Oil scores partial rebound as traders bet on a second weekly decline in U.S. crude supplies

Oil settled higher on Tuesday, finding support from expectations for a second weekly decline in U.S. crude supplies.

Prices scored a partial rebound from the sharp decline in oil seen a day earlier, when the rise of COVID-19 cases and potential for renewed activity restrictions in Europe fed a global equity selloff.

Tuesday’s oil-price rise was modest. Energy traders struggled “to assess the uncertainty with U.S. production as we approach the last two months of hurricane season [and] how bad the demand outlook will get following the winter wave of the coronavirus,” as Libyan oil production slowly bounces back, said Edward Moya, senior market analyst at Oanda.

West Texas Intermediate crude for October delivery
CLV20,
+0.61%

 
CL.1,
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on the New York Mercantile Exchange edged up by 29 cents, or 0.7%, to settle at $39.60 a barrel after a decline of 4.3% on Monday. The contract expired at the day’s

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