July 2008 Archives

The Legal Fallout Of The Subprime Market Collapse Has Begun

Subprime Market Collapse - AZ Business Magazine July 2008

Real Estate Realities The legal fallout of the subprime market collapse has begun The Valley’s residential real estate market continues to reel from the effects of the subprime market collapse. Home foreclosures are on the rise and banks are tightening lending standards. Arizona Business Magazine has assembled a roundtable featuring some of the top lawyers… Read More →

Phoenix Children’s Hospital Expansion Will Try To Meet Critical Health Care Needs

Phoenix Children's Hospital Expansion Will Try To Meet Critical Health Care Need, 2008

Building Hope Phoenix Children’s Hospital expansion will try to meet critical health care needs By Janet Perez With the Valley falling short of health care resources such as doctors, nurses and facilities, Phoenix Children’s Hospital has an eye toward future needs as it launches its $588 million expansion. When Phase I of the expansion, which… Read More →

The merger between the Arizona Chamber And The AAI Has Given Business A Stronger Voice

The merger between the Arizona Chamber And The AAI Has Given Business A Stronger Voice, 2008

United and Standing The merger between the Arizona Chamber and the AAI has given business a stronger voice By Janet Perez After years of wooing, the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry finally succeeded last year in merging with the Arizona Association of Industries (AAI), and the result has been to give a stronger voice… Read More →

Arizona Is Losing Economic Grounds To Other Southwestern States

Arizona Is Losing Economic Grounds To Other Southwestern States, 2008

Back of the Pack Arizona is losing economic ground to other Southwestern states By Tom Ellis It’s no secret — Arizona’s economy has stumbled. Even so, it must still be a shining star of the Southwest, right? Well, no. Two leading Arizona economists have rather unflattering comments about Arizona’s economy as it stacks up against… Read More →

Elements At The Sanctuary Delights Guest With Its Fresh, Local Ingredients

Elements At The Sanctuary Delights Guest With Its Fresh, Local Ingredients, 2008

Elements of Taste elements at the Sanctuary delights guests with its fresh, local ingredients By Noelle Coyle Set scene: A wood-paneled ceiling, hues of gray, black and white, and wall-to-wall windows offering views of Mummy Mountain, Piestewa Peak and the praying monk at Camelback Mountain. Asian accents can be found throughout — each table is… Read More →