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Public, private sector bend communication challenges

by in AZRE Magazine | Featured

It’s a story everyone has experienced to some degree since 2007: When the economy was healthy, cities were doing everything possible to keep up with the growth. When the recession hit, everything slowed — some projects were stopped in their tracks. Cities were no longer able to build the infrastructure necessary for rapid growth due… Read More →

Colliers International Closes 92,200 SF, $12M Office Building Sale in Phoenix

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Colliers International in Greater Phoenix recently negotiated the sale of a 92,233 square-foot Class-A office building located at 3333 E. Camelback Road in Phoenix for $12 million, or $130/square foot. Fenway Properties of San Diego acquired the property. Fenway plans to upgrade the common areas and develop new, spec suites to accommodate tenants of various… Read More →

Unified Communications helps advance business

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by in Featured | Mobile | Tech

It is a somewhat overused cliché that business moves at the speed of light.   Technological advancements in the areas of communication (phone systems, dial tone carriers as well as mobility) have enabled companies to not only communicate faster, but with greater flexibility than ever before. This advancement has been identified with a new term, Unified… Read More →

Local Law Firm Enhances Attorney-Client Communication With Red Phone

Fennemore Craig has implemented a new way to communicate with its clients
by in Legal | Tech

Fennemore Craig, the oldest and one of the largest law firms in Arizona, has implemented a new way to communicate with its clients. The “Red Phone” is an iPod Touch in a red case that has pre-programmed information linked to a specific case and group of lawyers that translates case-related information between client and attorney.… Read More →

ASU Cancels Study Abroad Program In Egypt

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by in Blogs | Education | Politics | Travel

On January 25th, Egyptian citizens erupted in violent revolution against corruption, extensive poverty, enormous national unemployment and numerous governance problems of autocratic leader Hosni Mubarak — and two Arizona State students were caught in its crossfire. The students were studying abroad in Cairo at the time political unrest hit its threshold in late January; and… Read More →

Five Monopolies, Methods of Communication Losing Their Hold

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by in Blogs | Education | Lists | Tech | Workforce

1. Landlines According to CITA, an International Wireless nonprofit organization, 91% of Americans carry a cell phone as of 2009, and those numbers have continued to expand.  Now more than ever, with the growing popularity of the iPhone and Droid, cell phones have become both a necessity and an addiction. In past decades, landlines were… Read More →

2009 Medium Business HR Director Of The Year Honoree

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Name: Bruce Gardner Title: Human Resources Director Company: Town of Queen Creek Years with city: 2.5 Years in current position: 2.5 Year incorporated: 1989 Employees in AZ: 230 Employees in HR department: 5 Explosive growth was the norm not so long ago in Arizona, but there probably weren’t many people wondering about its impact… Read More →

Best of the Best Awards 2009: Manufacturing & Technology

The Go Daddy Group Inc. - Best of the Best Awards 2009 presented by Ranking Arizona
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Manufacturing & Technology Honoree: Software Companies The Go Daddy Group Inc. is the quintessential American success story — take a good idea, serve customers with low-priced products, innovate related products, mix in marketing “magic” and relentlessly improve en route to industry dominance. In 2000, Bob Parsons opened as a domain registrar. Why? He… Read More →

Office Phones, Mobiles and Computers Are Finally Communicating Effectively

Fully integrated office communication
by in AZ Business Magazine | Tech

For years, communications devices have struggled to become fully integrated. Your computer, your office phone and your mobile phone have operated independent of one another, each with its own specific purpose. The good news is that these devices have learned to coexist in ways previously unheard of, sharing some of the responsibilities that were previously… Read More →

University Of Arizona Program Teaches Undergrads The Importance Of Good Ethics

Students involved in cheating are more likely to engage in unethical practices such as insider trading.

In the 21st century, incidents of corporate malfeasance have become commonplace. America witnessed the implosion of the onetime energy wonder Enron, the fall of telecommunications giant WorldCom, and the collapse of mortgage miracle Countrywide, just to name a few. Not surprisingly, questions were quickly raised about the role business schools played in such scandals, the… Read More →

The SEC Catches Up On New Technology In Proxy Solicitations


A quick tutorial: Proxies are the means by which public shareholders vote. The Securities Exchange Act of 1934 governs the solicitation of those proxies. The act and the regulations adopted by the Securities and Exchange Commission under the act are designed to ensure a fair process with adequate disclosure to shareholders so they may make… Read More →