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Phoenix homebuilder joins handful of U.S. public companies with majority female boards

Taylor Morrison Home Corp. (NYSE: TMHC), a Scottsdale-based homebuilding company, has added two women to its board of directors, making it the first majority-female board among public homebuilders. …
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Seattle on-demand car repair service expands in Phoenix, partners with Carvana

Wrench Inc., which sends mobile mechanics to customers’ homes to repair their vehicles, has its second largest market in the Phoenix metro area after moving into the Valley about 18 months ago.
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Ducey order directs state police to cite law-breaking lawmakers

Gov. Doug Ducey signed an executive order Friday making it clear that law enforcement officers may ticket lawmakers and other elected officials when they endanger public safety through excessive spee…
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Redevelopment plans for vacant Scottsdale plaza include new hotel, residences

The proposed plan includes a grocery store, which a project leader said would help create a neighborhood feeling.
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Tempe toymaker creates NBA action figures for new video game partnership

McFarlane Toys Inc., one of the country’s top action figure manufacturers, has partnered with a video game publisher to create a real-world tie-in to the popular NBA 2K video game series. The physic…
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Top Arizona Mixologists Compete In ‘Bar Brawl’ At jade bar

Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort & Spa is gearing up for the second round of its fourth annual Bar Brawl at jade bar, where regional mixologists compete in a series of cocktail showdowns, vying…
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Editor's Pick: Welcome back to building

The Phoenix area is seeing a return, finally, to home and building construction, though it is far from the boom times.
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Suit filed to stop dark money ballot

Officials of two organizations known for anonymous spending on political campaigns filed suit late Thursday to keep Arizonans from voting on a measure that would make the practice illegal.
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Reagan defends record in SOS debate

The contest for secretary of state could boil down to whether voters believe that things are being better run now in the office than they were two years ago.
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All eyes on technology as a growing employer in Arizona

Government and health care employers dominated the 10 largest employers in Arizona.
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My View: ACC should adopt judicial code of conduct

The conduct code could protect commissioners from a recent rash of scandals.
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Paid circulators, not supporters, gathered signatures for Shooter 

When ousted lawmaker Don Shooter first acknowledged he might run for office again, the Yuma Republican described his potential campaign as wholly reliant on supporters in Yuma who insisted he make a …
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Government to decide whether to re-try bribery case after mistrial

Gary Pierce and his fellow co-defendants aren’t off the hook yet, despite the government’s failed attempt to convince a jury they were part of a scheme to bribe the former utility regulator.…
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David Garcia’s call to reform ICE politically risky in Arizona

David Garcia’s recent calls to overhaul the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency may have been a step too far, and the resistance he has received could be a sign that unapologetic…
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With $32M in bank, Galvanize to pump up Phoenix software engineering classes

Phoenix will benefit from Galvanize's acquisition of Hack Reactor with an expanded immersive software engineering training program on both the consumer and enterprise side.
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