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PHOENIX — Unable to advance his proposed $1.9 billion permanent tax cut at the Capitol, Gov. Doug Ducey is now going public — or at least to business interests — in a bid to build … more
The Westin Tempe has announced the property is nearing completion and is expected to make its debut this August, which proponents contend, marks the city’s largest new hotel opening in nearly … more
Private business owners in Arizona have been left to fend for themselves when it comes to masking and proof of vaccine policies. more
AZ MediQuip, a leader in home medical equipment retailing, has opened its newest store in Goodyear. more
CBRE has arranged a 146,000-square-foot industrial lease on behalf of Rosendin Electric Inc. at Power 202 Business Park in Mesa. CBRE’s Mike Parker represented Rosendin in the lease … more
The Cheesecake Factory and Hobby Lobby has topped the list of most-wanted businesses in Surprise. more
Better Business Bureau serving the Pacific Southwest and Salt River Project recently honored 10 Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps students as part of BBB Ethical Cadet Scholarship … more
As the nation forges ahead and climb out of the 2020 economic downturn, women are emerging as leading entrepreneurs, creating an estimated 1,800 new businesses daily. more
A Salad and Go is planned for the northeast corner of 83rd Avenue and Thunderbird Road. more
El Mirage is ranked as one of the top small cities in Arizona to start a small business, according to a new study. more
It was only $2,500, but the money was enough to get Blake Mastyk going on efforts to sanitize and make his business, The Bistro, pandemic safe during the lockdown last year. “It was a nice … more
In a recent Phoenix Women’s Commission Pay Equity Subcommittee meeting, Vice Chair Kyle Webb name-checked the city of Tempe when discussing the potential for pay equity in the city of Phoenix. more
It’s now easier and less expensive for a food truck owner to operate in Queen Creek. At its Wednesday, April 7 meeting, the Queen Creek Town Council voted to lower the cost of a general … more
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation Friday that will bar government officials from requiring businesses to enforce new mask mandates. But there may be less there than meets the … more
PHOENIX — A Senate panel voted 6-4 along party lines Wednesday to bar companies from refusing to serve customers who are not vaccinated. House Bill 2190, crafted by Rep. Bret Roberts, … more
Immigrant business owners and entrepreneurs face unique challenges when it comes to accessing resources to start and develop a business. more
Some north Phoenix businesses have taken the brunt of the pandemic head-on and appear to be charging out the other side as Arizona’s governor has loosened occupancy limits statewide. more
Recreational marijuana establishments and testing facilities will only be allowed in Litchfield Park’s Monument Point Business Park under an ordinance introduced during the City Council’s regular virtual meeting March 17. more
With the pandemic, home businesses are growing. At its Monday, March 15 meeting the Florence Town Council approved changes in zoning that redefine business that operate from homes. The town of … more
Queen Creek, like many other communities, was impacted by the devastation of COVID-19. To help offset some of the impacts of COVID-19, the Town took a series of steps to support our local businesses. … more
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