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Generation Next: CEOs

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Josh Becker, 27 CEO Impele Consulting Group, Becker leads Phoenix-based Impele, the market leader in custom-tailored consulting solutions for clients looking to expand or enter their businesses into sub-Saharan Africa. Becker, who lived in Africa for 19 years, has led the company to grow into locations in the U.S. and South Africa, and has established local experts in countries across Africa.     Ryan Hibbert,… Read More →

University of Phoenix Forms Educational Partnership With Maricopa Community Colleges

Educational Partnership - Maricopa Community Colleges & University of Phoenix

Alliance creates career pathways to address workforce skills gaps University of Phoenix, the nation’s largest private university and leader in educating today’s working learner, today announced an educational partnership with Maricopa Community Colleges that will provide new educational opportunities in manufacturing, healthcare, business, and hospitality. The new partnership was announced at a special signing ceremony… Read More →

Intel Announces Multibillion Dollar Investment in Arizona, Oregon Plants

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by in Economy | Tech

Intel will be investing between $6 billion and $8 billion to develop and upgrade facilities at its Arizona and Oregon plants. The investment, which was announced by Intel today, will create 6,000-8,000 construction jobs and 800-1,000 permanent high-tech jobs. The company says the investment also will allow Intel to maintain its current manufacturing employment base… Read More →

The American Dream Reborn Through Sustainability

Future Generations Go Green
by in Blogs | Green

When my father’s grandparents immigrated to America, they had one objective: to give their children, and some day their grandchildren, a better life. They worked hard and sacrificed to instill the desire to make thing better for the next generation, my grandparents. Maybe you can remember the sacrifices you saw growing up, how past generations… Read More →