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CTCA hosts its first cancer treatments conference

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Cancer Treatment Centers of America® (CTCA) at Western Regional Medical Center (Western) is hosting its first ever Annual New Treatments in Oncology (ANTO) conference, focused on advances in cancer research, new treatments and patient care. The two-day ANTO event will take place on May 1-2 at the W Scottsdale hotel. “We believe we have a… Read More →

Arizona exports top $21 billion in 2014

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WASHINGTON – Arizona businesses raked in $21.1 billion from exports last year – money that supported 93,354 jobs in the state, according to a report released Thursday by the Obama administration. The report from the U.S. Trade Representative and the Department of Commerce said the value of Arizona exports has risen 57 percent since 2004.… Read More →

Vertical Measures earns interactive marketing honors

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Phoenix-based Internet marketing agency Vertical Measures has been awarded two TIM digital marketing awards by AZIMA, the Arizona Interactive Marketing Association. The awards were held on Thursday, March 26th at the Phoenix Art Museum. Named after Sir Timothy Berners-Lee, the renowned father of the internet, the AZIMA TIM Awards were created to highlight the outstanding efforts of… Read More →

Experts share ‘wins and losses’ on Arizona state budget

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Alberta Charney said she hasn’t heard much outrage from the business community over Arizona’s latest budget. “Maybe we are used to it,” said the research economist at the Eller College of Management at the University of Arizona. “We have seen so many cuts over the years.” The fiscal 2016 budget is no different. Gov. Doug Ducey… Read More →

Jen of all trades: Scottsdale designer puts heart into homes

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In order to understand how Scottsdale designer Jennifer Adams transformed her life of cleaning houses, teaching aerobics and being a receptionist to becoming a successful entrepreneur, you would need to trace her journey all the way back to home. “I realized at an early age the power of home and what you do to your… Read More →

The Thrive Conference for Families in Business

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When: May 28, 2015 @ 9:00 am – May 29, 2015 @ 5:00 pm
Where: Arizona BIltmore Resort, 2400 East Missouri Avenue, El Paso, TX 79903, USA

Dr. Randy Carlson, Best Selling Author, and President of Family Life Communications, and host of the nationally syndicated Intentional Living Radio Program is hosting the Thrive Conference for Families in Business. Along with Keynote Speaker… Read More →

Expect a stronger spring in the Phoenix housing market

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Expect to see a stronger spring this year in the Phoenix housing market than we saw last year. January was the “lull before the storm,” according to the latest monthly report from the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. Here are the highlights of that report on Maricopa and Pinal counties… Read More →

4 from Sherman & Howard make Southwest Super Lawyers

Sherman & Howard's Hope Leibsohn was selected to Southwest Super Lawyers.

Sherman & Howard announced that four of its Arizona attorneys have been named 2015 Southwest Super Lawyers: John Alan Doran in Labor and Employment Law, Bob Hackett in Business Litigation, Hope Leibsohn in Estate & Probate and Brian Mueller in Business Litigation. John Alan Doran was also selected for a special recognition by the publication:… Read More →

Polsinelli adds accomplished Valley attorney Paul Roshka

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National law firm Polsinelli has added Paul J. Roshka, a commercial litigator with extensive experience in prosecution and defense claims alleging violations of federal and state securities laws. Roshka represents clients before the SEC, the Arizona Securities Division and the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA.) He has defended businesses and individuals in numerous disciplinary and enforcement… Read More →

A/V technology is the fifth utility

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March 25, 2015 by in AZRE Magazine | Featured | In The Spotlight

Shopping malls, doctors’ offices, corporate board rooms, restaurants and student classrooms are just a few of the common places that feature engaging audio visual (A/V) technology. Before the boom of the digital age, construction planning included four main utilities: water works, electric, gas and telecommunications. Integrating audio visual equipment has often been an afterthought, typically… Read More →

5 errors that can undermine your new business

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The dream of launching a business runs deep in the American psyche, but more often than not those dreams go bust. Half of new U.S. companies fail in their first five years, according to Gallup. Expand the timeframe out to 10 years and the failure rate reaches 70 percent. That’s not surprising, says Randy H.… Read More →

What employers need to know to prevent workplace violence

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Stories of workplace violence — from Mesa to Paris and just about every city in between — seem to be never ending. Which begs the question, “How can employers work to keep their workplaces safe?” While there are no ironclad solutions for preventing all workplace violence, employers and employees alike can take a number of… Read More →

Northern Trust to expand at Discovery Business Campus

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Seeking to meet long-term global growth needs and expected demand for services, Northern Trust announced plans to expand in Arizona by opening a new operating center in Tempe. The center – expected to open in mid-2015 and grow to 1,000 full-time employees over the next three years – will provide multiple financial business and banking… Read More →

Tucson Airport to upgrade terminal later this year

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The Tucson Airport Authority recently selected Sundt Construction, Inc. as the construction manager at risk for a terminal upgrade project expected to begin in late 2015. The project’s construction cost is budgeted at $18 million to $23 million. The Tucson International Airport terminal optimization program, which is Sundt’s third major venture for the airport since… Read More →

ACA launches new Start Up Section on website

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The Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA) today launched its new Start Up section at AZCommerce.com as part of its ongoing efforts to align resources, connect partners and strengthen Arizona’s vibrant innovation ecosystem supporting the state’s entrepreneurs.   The Start Up area was designed as a result of proactive engagement and strategic dialogue among leaders within Arizona’s startup community.… Read More →