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Wasabi Ventures’ VidFall moves to Arizona

Self-Service Technologies, Technology

Due to rapid market traction and user growth, VidFall founders Joel Robinson and Steve Messa are moving the company to Arizona in January 2016. The startup’s current home is in Manchester, NH, where it has been in incubation. The team has worked closely with Wasabi Ventures Managing Partner TK Kuegler and the venture capital firm’s… Read More →

TGen reports $174 million economic impact on Arizona

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Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen) annual economic impact on Arizona has risen eight-fold over 8 years, reaching a total of $174 million annually, according to an independent financial report released Wednesday. Independent auditing firm Tripp Umbach of Pittsburgh’s report shows that TGen is responsible for $8.7 million is annual tax revenues to the state’s general… Read More →

Jennings, Haug & Cunningham adds 2 partners

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Jennings, Haug & Cunningham announced, Tuesday, that the firm added two Arizona lawyers, Blake Whiteman and Brian Myers. Whiteman and Myers, who both practice in commercial litigation, join the firm as partners. Whiteman is also an experienced family law and domestic relations lawyer. Whiteman’s practice is focused in business disputes, construction and commercial litigation, including… Read More →

Influential millennials in commercial real estate

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by in AZRE Magazine | Newsmakers

They are called lazy, narcissistic, entitled. Nevertheless, Millennials are the largest and most educated generation in the United States today and they are impacting and driving every sector of Arizona’s business community. Here are 10 Millennials who are not just the future leaders of tomorrow, they are the movers and shakers in today’s commercial real… Read More →

City Property Management releases HOA mobile app

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City Property Management developed and released a smartphone app that lets members of City Property Management homeowners associations vote on meetings, report maintenance and more within the City Property network. The app, CITYlink HOA, is available for Apple and Android devices, and lets City Property homeowner association members view paying assessments, account histories, architectural requests,… Read More →

Working together to avert a Southwest water crisis

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by in AZ Business Magazine | Green

After 16 years of drought on the Colorado River, how is it Arizona is not in a water crisis? We are not in a crisis due to a legacy of leadership and sound, future-thinking water planning.  The Central Arizona Project (CAP) and its partners are continuing this leadership with a steadfast focus on tomorrow’s challenges.… Read More →

Will ‘Seahawks effect’ catch on for AZ homebuyers?

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A shortage of homes on the market and multiple-offer situations have fueled buyers to create strategies to get ahead of the competition. One game plan – the “Seahawks Strategy” – has worked for some Seattle homebuyers, and experts say the method could catch on in Arizona. The strategy suggests buyers shop for a home during… Read More →

Paraffin International wins 2015 innovation challenge

Paraffin

Paraffin International Inc. announced, Wednesday, the company has been named a winner in the Fall 2015 Arizona Innovation Challenge (AIC) for its innovative gLOVE Treat, a revolutionary therapeutic paraffin wax treatment for hands and feet. gLOVE Treat gloves and boots are an innovative, all-in-one solution to the disadvantages of traditional paraffin wax treatments. The easy-to-use, self-contained paraffin… Read More →

Arizona ranks 7th in the nation for theft claims

Theft

The holiday season is when more theft claims come in compared to the rest of the year, and Arizona ranks 7th in the nation for theft claims, according to State Farm’s claim data. In January 2014, there were 9,817 theft claims filed in The United States. December wasn’t far behind with 9,533 claims. The average… Read More →

Off The Grid Fitness mixes exercise, ‘green’ living

Eric Guilleminault, owner of Arizona's first eco-friendly gym, Off The Grid Fitness.

French fitness enthusiast Eric Guilleminault developed his competitive edge in college as an intern for a trainer prepping college players for the NFL combine. “This allowed me to pay for my own training and expand my professional ambitions,” said the 36-year-old local Scottsdale gym owner. Since he was a college athlete himself, it was this… Read More →

True Food Kitchen gets healthy brunch menu update

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True Food Kitchen has proven to be a lot of Valley fitness fans’ favorite post-workout dining option. All those weekend warriors — and everyone else who likes healthy dining options — are in luck. Using Dr. Andrew Weil’s guidelines for his Anti-Inflammatory diet, True Food Kitchen‘s Executive Chef, Arik Markus has made some tasty but healthy… Read More →

Saguaro Scottsdale will host stylish NYE party

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The hottest place to ring in 2016 might be the Saguaro Scottsdale Hotel. LIVE 101.5 and Phoenix New Times will be rocking in the new year at NYE 2016: New Year’s Eve Celebration at The Saguaro Scottsdale Hotel. The upscale affair includes a 3-hour premium reception, savory hors d’oeuvres by Iron Chef Jose Garces, midnight champagne… Read More →

Theranos puts spotlight on direct-access lab testing

Some blood and virus samples are divided into smaller parts so that lab technicians at the state health department can test them for various elements. Here, this lab technician is testing a medication resistant virus.  (Photo by Claire Cleveland/Cronkite News)

Theranos, a blood testing company and lab that operates in 40 different Walgreens around the Valley, has been scrutinized for its proprietary technology and methods. But that does not mean the Arizona law that allows patients to obtain blood tests and results without prior review by a doctor – a law that Theranos helped author… Read More →

Arizona business experts praise federal budget deal

Economic Development , 8 honored

At 2009 pages, the political world has a lot to say today on the federal budget deal posted online in the wee hours of the morning, and one provision in particular has Arizona small-business owners hoping Congress seals the deal on Friday and President Obama signs it. The part of the bipartisan agreement making up… Read More →