Year-End Google Zeitgeist – Search patterns, trends, and surprises Track the course of the past 12 months on the timeline and graphs plotting the most popular search terms as they occurred throughout 2002. Check out the year’s top gaining and declining search terms as well as the most popular brands, music, movies and women on… Read More →
This week on AZNow.Biz, meet diversity work force advocate Christine French, founder of the Diversity Leadership Alliance. Also read about Local First Arizona’s new campaign to get consumers to spend 10 percent of their dollars on local companies. And learn the best strategy for investing in the turbulent market.
About Google’s Logo Doodler Dennis Hwang. Google doodles, the drawings that are designed on, around and through the Google logo on the Google home page, have long been part of Google’s history. As a Google intern in 2000, Google Webmaster Dennis Hwang began celebrating and marking worldwide events and holidays with doodles. Since then, the… Read More →
This week on AZNow.Biz, find out how health care reform may affect Arizona businesses and you. Also, on Wednesday we’ll have an analysis of Tuesday’s big elections from our political columnist Tom Milton. And watch our latest profile in our CEO Series, Valley sports mogul Jerry Colangelo.
There’s a lot of information headed your way, starting with our Buzz story. There’s a new health-care model that combines a doctor’s regular practice with special one-on-one care for wealthy patients. It’s called hybrid-concierge care. Our health columnist, Dr. Michael Covalciuc, says we have to create our own health screening strategies. Our work force columnist,… Read More →
About Google’s Logo Doodle collection from 1997 – 2000. Google has had several logos since its renaming from BackRub. The longest running official Google logo was designed by Ruth Kedar, and is a wordmark based on the Catull typeface. “There were a lot of different color iterations,” Kedar says. “We ended up with the primary… Read More →
This week on AZNow.Biz: Avnet chairman and CEO Roy Vallee talks about leading one of the largest distributors of electronic parts in the world. Green columnist Dustin Jones asks whether sustainable housing is in Arizona’s future, and political columnist Tom Milton looks at the political scene as we close in on next month’s mid-term elections.
This week on AZNow.Biz, the University of Arizona’s McGuire Center for Entrepreneurship is making it easy for entrepreneurs and small business owners to expand their knowledge with three unique online certificate courses. Our personal finance columnist, Jacob Gold, writes about Americans putting more money into savings and how that benefits the economy. Plus, see some… Read More →
This week on AZNow.Biz, listen to a podcast from our partners at the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University about what it takes to become a great leader. Our tech columnist looks at how Microsoft needs to shake itself out of its doldrums, and our political columnist writes about the upcoming mid-term… Read More →
Karen Finley, President and CEO at Redflex Traffic Systems, shares what it is like to be the CEO of Redflex Traffic Systems and gives advise to women who aspire to have a C-Level managment job. Are there misconceptions about Redflex? One of the myths about the photo-enforcement industry is that we are always filming everybody.… Read More →
Richard L. Boals President and CEO Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona What are some of the major trends in the health insurance industry? In health, I think there is a shift toward an increased responsibility toward the individual. We’re asking people to take accountability for themselves. We’re giving them information that they can use… Read More →
Bob Matia Managing Partner Squire, Sanders and Dempsey What impact has the current recession had on the legal profession? With the credit markets being down as much as they were this time around, the flow of corporate legal business was definitely affected more than in past recessions. A lot of people view law firms as… Read More →
Keith Maio President and CEO National Bank of Arizona Assess the current state of the banking industry in Arizona. It looks pretty tough. The economic environment is difficult. What we deal with in Arizona is that we have a real estate-dominant economy, so many of the local banks are heavy in real estate lending. And… Read More →