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Valley attorney Patricia Refo elected president of American Bar Association

A Valley attorney has been named president of the American Bar Association. Patricia Lee Refo of Snell & Wilmer in Phoenix was elected as the the ABA’s 144th president, making her the second Arizon…
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Phoenix small business growth among best in US; wages still lag

Phoenix is among the top metros in the United States for small business employment growth, according to a study by Paychex and IHS Markit, which ranked Phoenix number three in the nation. The study…
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SCC Online Learning Center Helps Students Get the Most Out of Instruction

Students at most education levels these days — whether K–12 or higher education — are taking part of their required coursework through online instruction. Some excel in this learning environment, and…
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Mortgage industry faces 'tsunami' of refinancing deals

The home mortgage industry can't keep up with demand as interest rates hit all-time lows and homeowners flock to refinance and new buyers in the Valley hope to get good deals on homes. Here's how the…
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Men's Wearhouse parent Tailored Brands delisted after bankruptcy filing

Tailored Brands Inc. (NYSE: TLRD), the Houston-based parent company of Men’s Wearhouse and Jos. A. Bank, is being delisted from the New York Stock Exchange after filing for bankruptcy protection. Th…
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Valley minority chambers of commerce, local groups come together in Community Collaborative

The effort took shape at the end of 2019 but has accelerated this year and now has input from 19 organizations around the Phoenix region. As one chamber leader put it, “‘The days of your grandfather'…
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Newly formed Scottsdale real estate firm closes on first property, seeks other acquisitions

In his previous job, the new Valley firm's founder oversaw the development of Tempe Marketplace and the repositioning of Desert Ridge Marketplace.
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National builder KB Home debuts new home office designs in Phoenix

As employers across the country make plans to continue to work from home through the end of the year, home office space is becoming more crucial for homebuyers. Here's what one homebuilder is doing t…
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Raytheon, Israeli contractor to build missile facility in the US

Raytheon Technologies Corp.'s Tucson-based Missiles & Defense business is working with an Israel-based defense technology company to establish an Iron Dome Weapon System production facility in the U.…
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Luxury Apartment Community The Ryan in Phoenix Now Leasing

Phoenix—August 3, 2020— The first residents will soon begin moving into StreetLights Residential’s new luxury multifamily project, The Ryan, which is a part of Block 23 at CityScape, the mixed-use de…
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Nikola posts large Q2 losses, but says it's meeting its milestones

Despite reporting much higher than expected losses In its first quarterly report as a publicly traded company, zero-emissions vehicle maker Nikola Corp. emphasized progress toward its goals and cash …
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Grand Canyon University forges ahead with big construction plans

The coronavirus pandemic has not had a negative financial impact on the fast-growing Phoenix university. Here's where $500 million will be spent over the next few years.
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Valley Chef Opens Fast-Casual Eatery: Stratta Kitchen

Chef Alex Stratta’s seasonal Mediterranean-style dishes will be available to Valley diners for dine-in, takeout or delivery beginning Monday, Aug. 3. North Scottsdale’s Stratta Kitchen serves up what…
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Scottsdale real estate exec joins FirstBank's board of directors

FirstBank — one of the nation's largest privately held banks, based in Colorado but with branches in Arizona and California — has announced John Graham as the newest member of its board of directors.…
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