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Watergate figure John Dean will lecture at ASU


John W. Dean, the former counsel to President Richard Nixon and a key figure in the Watergate scandal, will explore the cover-up’s influence on American politics and journalism during a lecture at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Dean will be interviewed by Cronkite faculty member and former Washington Post… Read More →

TGen test might predict breast cancer relapse

Phoenix Breast Cancer Awareness Events

Every woman successfully treated for breast cancer lives with the knowledge that it could come back. New research published in the journal Clinical Epigenetics may lead to a simple blood test to determine the risk of such recurrence, or the cancer invading other organs such as the lungs, bone or brain. Such a test would have profound… Read More →

Phoenix designer creates one-of-a-kind swimwear line


For women, nothing is worse than walking into a room and seeing another woman wearing the exact same outfit. It’s not that we hold anything against the other woman — unless she looks better in it, of course. Heck, we wore it too, so it must be cute. However, it sparks that lingering question in… Read More →

Fennemore Craig grows government affairs practice fffranz

Fennemore Craig, a leading Mountain West law firm, announced Alexis Glascock has joined the firm’s Phoenix office and will focus her practice in government affairs. Prior to joining the firm, Glascock worked with the Government Relations group at Gallagher & Kennedy where she lobbied for clients including the Arizona Association of Health Care Plans, the… Read More →

Environmental Excellence Awards honor state’s best


The Sun Link Tucson Streetcar earned the coveted President’s Award (Best of Show) in Arizona Forward’s 35th Annual Environmental Excellence Awards, held in partnership with SRP. The project is the first Made in America streetcar in nearly 60 years. Arizona Forward celebrated its 35th milestone anniversary of this historic program, in addition to the competition’s… Read More →

Ground breaks on 60,000 SF Utility Trailer headquarters

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LGE Design Build recently broke ground on Utility Trailer’s 60,000-square-foot Arizona headquarters at the Rados Tolleson Center. Utility Trailer and its 50 employees have outgrown their current facility in Phoenix, near 22nd Avenue and McDowell Road, where the family-owned business has been located since 1953. The company’s new Arizona headquarters, located on 14 acres at… Read More →

Drones prepare to take flight in retail facility management


Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) also known as drones have captured everyone’s attention. They have been spotted virtually everywhere in recent months. wants to use drones to deliver packages, realtors want to use them to shoot property photos and numerous other industries are considering drone applications. Even the Professional Retail Store Maintenance Association (PRSM), the authority on… Read More →

TGen identifies genes linked to liver damage

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In a first-of-its-kind exploratory study, the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) has identified a potential gene associated with the initiation of the most common cause of liver damage. Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is the most common cause of liver damage. In this study, published in the September edition of Translational Research, TGen scientists sequenced microRNAs (miRNAs) from… Read More →

Miller Russell Associates partner earn CEPA designation  Mr.Smith Chetanachan

Miller Russell Associates’ Partner Russell Bucklew recently earned the Certified Exit Planning Advisor (CEPA) designation after completing the Exit Planning Institute’s CEPA MBA program at the University of San Francisco. To receive the CEPA designation, Bucklew completed an intensive five-day program that involved approximately 100 hours of pre-course study, 33 hours of classroom instruction and… Read More →

Economists optimistic Arizona economy will continue to grow

Deloitte Report Reveals Mid-Market Companies Expect U.S. Economic Growth

Arizona continues to recover, with industries such as business services, educational services, leisure and hospitality leading the way. That was just one of the positive signs that emerged from Economic Outlook 2016, presented by the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce and Cox Communications. Nearly 825 business leaders attended the 33nd annual event at the Arizona… Read More →

Rep. Kyrsten Sinema: Most Influential Women


Rep. Kyrsten Sinema, D-AZ, 9th District Greatest accomplishment: “We took immediate action when we learned about the tragedies at the Phoenix VA. Since last summer, we’ve held three veterans resource clinics, established a mental health working group, and passed laws to increase accountability and improve the quality of VA healthcare.” Childhood aspiration: “In first grade, I told… Read More →

Cohen expands Southwest presence with two new hires, Copyright: valeriylebedev
August 26, 2015 by in AZRE Magazine | Newsmakers

Cohen Financial, a national real estate capital services firm, has announced that it has hired Kevin Sellers, Director of Capital Markets, and Krisie Holdaway, Associate, in the company’s Phoenix office.  Mr. Sellers and Ms. Holdaway report to Manny Brown, President of Capital Markets. In May 2015, Neal Churney joined Cohen Financial to lead the Phoenix office.… Read More →

Grandview Terrace finishes last phase of assisted living project


Grandview Terrace Health and Rehabilitation by Sun Health has finished building an upscale 20-suite residence for up to 30 people who need assistance with activities of daily living. Grandview Terrace’s Assisted Living project is the last phase of a multi-million dollar, top-to-bottom renovation of the Grandview Terrace Health and Rehabilitation campus — previously known as… Read More →

TGen finds genes linked to pancreatic cancer survival


A study by the Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) and other major research institutes, found a new set of genes that can indicate improved survival after surgery for patients with pancreatic cancer. The study also showed that detection of circulating tumor DNA in the blood could provide an early indication of tumor recurrence. In conjunction with the… Read More →

Sundt to redevelop Pima Animal Center in Tucson


Sundt Construction, Inc. was selected as the Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) for the redevelopment of the Pima Animal Care Center in Tucson, Arizona. Once completed, the project will replace most or all of Pima County’s outdated animal care center originally built in 1968, when the County  had less than a third of its current resident population… Read More →