Author Archives: Jake Green


Lawmakers hope patent reform will curb frivolous litigation

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Donna Catalfio David Anderson The executive and legislative branches have been notoriously polarized during President Barack Obama’s tenure. One of the few initiatives they’ve been willing to work together on, however, is curbing so-called “patent trolls.” A patent troll is a person or firm who buys broadly written patents solely for the purpose of suing… Read More →

CAP has $1 Trillion Impact on Arizona Economy

Fresh Water is Becoming Scarcer with the Planet's Changing Climate

Key players in Arizona’s water supply gathered today at the GPEC Ambassador Event to discuss the future of water in greater Phoenix at Renaissance Square in Downtown Phoenix. The event featured a panel consisted of David Modeer, general manager at Central Arizona Project, Grady Gammage Jr., an Attorney at Gammage & Burnham, Dave Roberts, the… Read More →

If the Price is Right: Reality TV’s effect on local businesses

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An appearance on reality TV can be an effective marketing tool for any business. However, it sometimes comes at a price. There are many considerations for a business to make before exposing itself to public curiosity and scrutiny. Arizona has seen many of its businesses take the risk of appearing on TV, whether its Amy’s… Read More →

Coalition Formed to Combat Proposed EPA Regulations

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June 18, 2013 by in Business News | Economy | Energy | Politics

A group of Arizona business leaders and politicians announced that they have created a coalition to address proposed regulations on the Navajo Generating Station. The Arizona Coalition for Water, Energy and Jobs said in a press conference on Tuesday that regulations proposed by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, if implemented, will have an adverse effect… Read More →