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Hear from Top Business Leaders in the New ECP Season

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Top leaders from Sam’s Club, Intel, the United Services Automobile Association (USAA), and the Arizona Diamondbacks are among those taking the stage during the current season of the Economic Club of Phoenix speaker series. Every year, Phoenix-area audiences are invited to attend the club’s luncheons and hear from some of the biggest names in the… Read More →

Intel Strives to Educate and Empower Girls Around the World

by in Business News | Careers | Education | Events | Tech

In celebration of the United Nations’ first International Day of the Girl, Intel Corporation is expanding its global commitment to furthering education for girls and women by announcing multiple strategic partnerships and programs. Millions of girls around the world have limited or no access to education. Intel believes that broader access to education for girls… Read More →

New Intel R&D Facility In Chandler Expected To Create Almost 1,000 Construction Jobs

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Intel Corp. is adding a $300M research and development facility at its Chandler campus — a project that is expected to create almost 1,000 construction jobs. Intel today announced plans for the 2-story, 285,000 SF facility that will be used to expand its packaging operations. “This significant investment in R&D reflects Intel’s principal role in… Read More →

Arizona’s Largest Manufacturing Companies

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Arizona’s 10 largest public and privately held manufacturing companies, ranked by the number of employees based on full-time equivalents of 40 hours per week and based on industry research. ŒRaytheon Co. Arizona employees in 2012: About 12,000 Employment change since 2011: Added about 500 jobs 2010 revenue: $25.2 billion Principal: Taylor W. Lawrence, president Company’s… Read More →

Arizona Corporate Counsel Awards Reception (PHOTOS)

2012 ACC Awards Reception
by in Events | Snapshot

Nearly 300 in-house counsel attorneys and professionals congregated at The Ritz-Carlton in Phoenix on January 12, 2012 for the first annual 2012 Arizona Corporate Counsel. Attendees from ON-Semiconductor, Grant Thornton, Ogletree Deakins, LifeLock, Barrett-Jackson and many more notable law firms and businesses shared a wonderful evening with AZ Business Magazine and AZ Big Media, where… Read More →

Facial Recognition Coming To A Store Near You

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by in Columnist Spotlight | Tech

Last month, in my post, “Maybe a Little Big Brother is OK,” I wrote about behavioral marketing on the Web. By that I mean when technology tracks what kinds of things we seem to be interested in by our Web browsing behavior, and then serves up advertising tailored to our apparent interests. I talked about… Read More →

Funding Startup Companies Can Help Get the Economy Moving Again

Funding Startup Companies Jumpstart Economy
by in Economy

Wanted: More Jobs I don’t have a fancy degree from an Ivy League school, and I’m not formally trained in economics. So you won’t see me on the President’s economic advisory team, or lecturing on the philosophical differences between the Keynesian and Austrian economic theories. Instead, I grew up watching my father start a manufacturing… Read More →

High-Tech Hopes For Arizona

by in AZ Business Magazine | Blogs

The State, its universities and business groups work to make Arizona a high-tech powerhouse. When the new millennium arrived, high-technology activities in Arizona were on a slide. The industry was unable to keep pace with the job demands of an expanding population or match employment growth in other economic sectors. That was then. The state’s… Read More →

Baby Boomers Bust

Baby Boomer Bust
by in AZ Business Magazine | Workforce

Companies get ready as boomers start leaving the work force The catchy term many are using to describe the impending exodus of baby boomers from the work force sounds like the title of a science-fiction film: “The Brain Drain.” But there’s nothing fictional about it. The oldest baby boomers, a group that includes more than… Read More →