Featured Archives

ASU researchers find potential clues to ovarian cancer

Karen Anderson, a researcher at the Biodesign Institute, started out with about 10,000 possible biomarkers for ovarian cancer.

Arizona State University researchers said they have identified three promising biological signals that could help detect ovarian cancer before patients display any symptoms. Researchers from the Biodesign Institute said identifying the biomarkers – a type of blood-born signal – is another step toward early detection. ASU’s new study is the first use of high density… Read More →

Treble in paradise: Paying for music in public spaces

Trillium

Three performance rights organizations, or PROs, protect a majority of recording artists’ work from unauthorized use in public spaces. The two largest — ASCAP and BMI — are household names, but the smallest of the group, SESAC, is quickly becoming a well-known resident at multifamily properties. A third party working for SESAC has contacted multifamily… Read More →

Valley surgeon develops alternative to traditional facelift

Photo illustration of model Celina Maas taken at the Royal Palms Resort and Spa in Phoenix by Shavon Rose, AZ Big Media.

New research reveals that people in Arizona show signs of aging much faster than other parts of the country. After 20 years of research, renowned Valley-based plastic surgeon Dr. Daniel Shapiro has developed a new alternative to the face-lift tailored specifically to each where each individual falls on the aging spectrum. The GENXLIFT™ is a… Read More →

Cox increases Internet speeds for Arizona residents

internet

Cox Communications announced that it has increased the speeds on two packages of Internet service for all Arizona customers. Cox High Speed Internet Essential will triple its speed from five megabits per second to 15 megabits per second. Cox High Speed Internet Starter will be five times faster, increasing from one megabit per second to… Read More →

Cargo containers join multifamily inventory

Courtesy of Containers on Grand

Some Phoenicians are seeking out trendy living spaces in the burgeoning downtown Phoenix area, and soon the available product will include a cluster of shipping containers. The concept, Containers on Grand, was originally intended to provide local artists with a space to store and showcase their artwork on First Fridays, but it has evolved into… Read More →

Here are the best ways for funding a startup

startup

Researching how to fund a startup can be an arduous task. Many start the process by “bootstrapping”, which is the exact opposite of funding. It essentially means the entrepreneur uses their own savings to fund the business. There are many companies that have successfully launched using this strategy before taking on investors. For example, MailChimp and AirBnB… Read More →

BankWork$ partners With AWEE on career training

A Guide to Applying for a Bank Loan

Arizona Women’s Education and Employment (AWEE) will partner with BankWork$™ to deepen its long-time work with adults from low-income and minority communities and those with barriers to employment. The partnership to prepare workers for careers in the financial services industry comes as BankWork$™ continues its $4-million national expansion to 15 cities by 2019. “AWEE is… Read More →

notMYkid presents Young Philanthropist Award

Hailey 2

The bullying began in fourth grade, and grew in the coming years to include verbal, social and cyber bullying. Hailey tried to handle it on her own by keeping everything bottled up inside, but that didn’t work. She tried to stand up for herself, but the voice inside herself told her she wasn’t good enough… Read More →

BestCompaniesAZ hosts Career Event for Women

87665813

BestCompaniesAZ is hosting its annual Career Event for Women Tuesday, April 28th, offering an array of positions to qualified candidates from more than a dozen of Arizona’s most progressive, award-winning companies.  The career fair is being held from 2 to 5:30 p.m. at Western Spirit:  Scottsdale’s Museum of the West, 3830 N. Marshall Way, in… Read More →

Valley Leadership announces 2015 CEO Advisory Circle

i-Vf49XG3-L

Valley Leadership, the region’s premier leadership organization, announced its 2015 CEO Advisory Circle membership.  The CEO Advisory Circle will help Valley Leadership hone its focus on meeting future leadership needs in a fast-paced, ever-changing landscape. The nine 2015 CEO Circle leaders were selected from diverse industries for their expert perspective on leadership, and for their… Read More →

Desert Schools provides 5 tips for financial fitness

89444261

April is National Financial Literacy Month and Desert Schools Federal Credit Union has joined in the celebration, hoping to provide local consumers with some helpful tips to become savvy savers and spenders. The goal of the month, recognized officially in 2004 by the United States Senate, is to teach individuals and families how to better manage their budgets, pay… Read More →

Coolest incubators in Metro Phoenix

Luhrs Int 2

Incubators are spaces outfitted with support staff, equipment and made available at low rent to new, small businesses. From trendy digs to attractive benefits, here are the best places to put all your eggs in a basket. BioAccel Location: 2702 N. 3rd St., #3001, Phoenix Dictum: “We help Arizona reach its potential by helping Arizona’s entrepreneurs reach… Read More →

TGen begins Zebrafish pancreatic cancer studies

cancer

For more than a decade, a glassy striped fish smaller than a door key has proved an important model organism in scientific research. Named for the uniform horizontal stripes on the side of its body, the zebrafish is a tiny creature that packs a punch in terms of biological similarities with the human.Today, scientists at… Read More →

Irgens leases class A office building in Phoenix to Integra

5055 East Washington

Irgens announced that Integra, one of the largest facilities-based providers of communication and networking services in the western United States, has leased the entire third floor of 5055 E. Washington St. in Phoenix. Integra’s lease of 17,979 square feet leaves just one suite at 1,609 square feet remaining in the Class A multi-tenant office building.… Read More →