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Phoenix Coyotes Owners Have Big Plans for the Team, Including a Name Change

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December 9, 2013 by in Sports | Video

For the first time since 2009 the Phoenix Coyotes have an owner, IceArizona. IceArizona is a group composed of several business leaders from across North America. Renaissance sports and entertainment LLC will act as managing partner of IceArizona. “It has been exhausting yet very rewarding, we are thrilled that we have been able to finally… Read More →

Top 5 Movie Parodies on YouTube

Movie Paradies on YouTube
May 23, 2011 by in Lists | Video

We love movies; we love mockery; so movie parodies seem to be the perfect gift from the YouTube gods. Imitation is said to be the sincerest form of flattery, but this form of imitation does anything but flatter. There are so many different techniques for a movie parody, whether the creator combined two completely contrasting… Read More →

The Buzz on AZNow.Biz – September 27, 2010

Arizona Business Magazine's Editor-in-Chief Janet Perez
September 27, 2010 by in Video

This week on AZNow.Biz: Want to push it to the limit? The Sanctuary on Camelback is offering a program to help you train for triathlons. Remember what Mom said about eating your vegetables? Our health columnist says which vegetables can help you avoid a serious disease. Also, find the best apps to increase your web… Read More →

The Buzz on AZNow.Biz – September 20, 2010

Arizona Business Magazine's Editor-in-Chief Janet Perez
September 20, 2010 by in Featured | Video

It’s another exciting week at AZNow.Biz. Arizona’s credit unions are asking Congress to allow them to make more loans to more small businesses. This week also marks the debut of our workforce columnist, Marcia Rhodes, from the recruitment firm WorldatWork. Rhodes asks the question, are you a good boss?  Find all this and more at… Read More →

The Buzz on AZNow.Biz – September 13, 2010

Arizona Business Magazine's Editor-in-Chief Janet Perez
September 13, 2010 by in Featured | Video

It’s another jam-packed week at AZNow.Biz. Did you know that what you post on social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter or MySpace could cost you a job offer? On Tuesday, AZNow.Biz talks to HR professionals and labor attorneys to find out what online information can or can’t hurt your career. Read this story and more,… Read More →

9/11 Remembered on Facebook

9/11/2001 Remembered in Arizona
September 11, 2010 by in Featured | Video

9/11 videos and links being shared on Facebook this morning. Clint Eastwood America The Beautiful Peter Vega Pete was the best man in my wedding and a great friend. We served together in the USAF in California in the 80′s Some of us in the shop have recently gotten back in touch and have found… Read More →

Google Instant – Google Redefines How Search Engines Work “Again”!

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September 9, 2010 by in Blogs | Tech | Video

Google Instant predicts what the user is typing and shows results as the search query is being typed. Benefits include faster searches, smarter predictions and instant results. Jonathan Effrat Product Manager Introducing Google Instant Google Instant: Launched September 8th 2010 Will Google Instant slow my Internet connection? About Google Instant Google anticipates that Google Instant… Read More →

The Buzz on AZNow.Biz – September 7, 2010

Arizona Business Magazine's Editor-in-Chief Janet Perez
September 7, 2010 by in Economy | Featured | Video

Find out what’s happening this week at AZNow.Biz!  

Welcome to AZNow.Biz September 1, 2010

Arizona Business Magazine's Editor-in-Chief Janet Perez
September 1, 2010 by in Video

Today’s the big debut of AZBiz.Now! Arizona Business Magazine’s Editor-in-Chief Janet Perez has information on our new site and what you can find on it.

CEO Series: Kathleen H. Goeppinger

CEO Series: Kathleen H. Goeppinger - AZ Business Magazine Jul/Aug 2010

Kathleen H. Goeppinger, Ph.D. President and CEO, Midwestern University How did the recession affect Midwestern University’s enrollment and course offerings? It’s a very interesting thing, but when a student is ready to make a career choice, we’re finding that more and more want to go into health care, because it’s one of the professions –… Read More →

CEO Series: Doug Fulton

Doug Fulton CEO, Fulton Homes - AZ Business Magazine June 2010

Doug Fulton CEO, Fulton Homes How would you assess the current state of the home building industry? Today, I would say it’s in recovery. I would definitely say we have hit the bottom and we are experiencing the trough here. … From this point, things can only get better … This is our fourth year… Read More →

CEO Series: Anthony Marinello

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Anthony Marinello CEO, Mountain Vista Medical Center/IASIS Healthcare What will be the impact of Arizona’s budget cuts on hospitals in particular and the health care industry in general? All hospitals are going to feel the impact. There are several areas: education, economy, jobs, general medical education; and it’s just going to take a big effect… Read More →

CEO Series: Ron Butler

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Ron Butler Arizona Managing Partner Ernst & Young What were some of the challenges the professional services industry encountered during the recession and what are the challenges during this recovery period? Some of the early challenges we had, just like all companies, were reacting to change. And it wasn’t change that was gradual, it was… Read More →

CEO Series: Harry Curtin

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Harry Curtin Founder and CEO, BestIT How did the recession affect the IT industry? I think it really hurt IT. It really did, especially with larger corporations, I saw. It was almost like within a couple of month period that companies just shut everything off — especially large, multinational, Fortune 100 companies. You could talk… Read More →

CEO Series: Sharon Harper

Sharon Harper, president and CEO, Plaza Companies - AZ Business Magazine February 2010

CEO Series: Sharon Harper Sharon Harper President and CEO, Plaza Companies Assess the current state of commercial real estate development in the Valley. The commercial office sector is being impacted significantly. Vacancies are on the rise, rental rates are going down. In addition to all those statistics there is also kind of a shadow vacancy… Read More →

CEO Series: Robert F. Moran

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Robert F. Moran President and Chief Executive Officer, PetSmart How does the pet retail industry differ from the human retail industry? First of all — passion. I’ve been in retail for 38 years and prior to coming to PetSmart, we use in retailing passion for the customer. But how can you be passionate about a… Read More →

CEO Series: Brian Mueller

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Brian Mueller Chief Executive Officer and Director, Grand Canyon University Assess the current state of private universities. I think if you look at the top tier, the Ivy League schools, and those just below them, those people have such strong brands and such huge endowments that they are OK, and they can make it through… Read More →

CEO Series: Brad Casper

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Brad Casper CEO, Henkel Consumer Goods (The Dial Corporation) Consumers have been cutting back sharply on their purchases as a result of the recession. How has that affected Henkel Consumer Goods’ overall operations, such as vendor relationships, supply chain management, marketing, research and development, etc., and how has the company responded to those challenges? The… Read More →

CEO Series: Steve Cowman

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Steve Cowman Appointed CEO and Board Member, Stirling Energy Systems (SES) How has the recession affected the alternative energy industry? It’s had a major impact on the solar industry and the renewable energy industry on two fronts. First of all, there are a lot of solar companies that are not going to make it through… Read More →

CEO Series: Robert E. Mittlestaedt Jr.

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Robert E. Mittelstaedt Jr. Dean, W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University How is W.P. Carey’s curriculum changing due to the economic crisis? The curriculum in any business school has to involve some fundamental, timeless subjects that never change. So accounting and some aspects of finance and people management and other things will… Read More →

CEO Series: Rhonda Forsyth

Rhonda Forsyth President and Chief Executive Officer John C. Lincoln Health Network

Rhonda Forsyth President and Chief Executive Officer John C. Lincoln Health Network How would you characterize the health care industry in the Valley? When I think of health care for the Valley, for the most part we’ve been a growth industry. We have had incredible new facilities that have been built and new partners that… Read More →