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Which office profession is the most romantic on Valentine’s Day?

10 Feb

The most romantic day of the year is nearly upon us. 14th February – a day to serenade the loved…

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Business vs. family: 4 tips for finding balance

10 Feb

Almost everybody bemoans the difficulties in trying to maintain a healthy balance between family and work.  But for entrepreneurs, the…

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Auto insurance rates cut for 700,000 State Farm customers in Arizona

9 Feb

State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company, the largest auto insurer in the state and in the nation, will cut its…

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Here are the 2019 Product Of The Year award winners

9 Feb

Product of the Year USA, the world’s largest consumer-voted award for product innovation, proudly announced the highly-anticipated winners of the 2019…

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Growth prompts State Forty Eight to relocate HQ

8 Feb

This spring, local apparel company and community advocate, State Forty Eight, will relocate their headquarters to a new space at…

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10 tips to spice up your corporate event

7 Feb

If you are planning your next corporate event, you can use some inspiration from dream-themed party that was thrown for…

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Weekly rewind: Top 10 stories of the week

2 Feb

In case this week got away from you and you need to catch up on the hottest news stories, we’ve…

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Do bigger brains equal smarter dogs? Study offers answers

31 Jan

Bigger dogs, with larger brains, perform better on certain measures of intelligence than their smaller canine counterparts, according to a…

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‘STOLEN’: Arizona approves digital license plates

30 Jan

What if your car could alert police when it’s stolen? That’s just one of the benefits of having digital license…

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Food insecurity a challenge for nearly half of U.S. college students

14 Jan

In the past 30 days, nearly half of U.S. college students, including in Arizona and California, have gone without enough…

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