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New co-retail shopping concept opens in Scottsdale

The Merchantile of Scottsdale, a boutique marketplace and co-retail space, has opened in the historic Old Town Scottsdale building that previously housed Saba’s Western Store for more than 60 years. …
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Huge mixed-use project gets final approval from Scottsdale

The $300 million project will include residential, restaurant and hotel uses to be built at a vacant transit station. Here's how the project is expected to unfold, according to the developer.
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Carefree Hosts Great Pumpkin Commonwealth Weigh-Off During Enchanted Pumpkin Garden Event

This weekend, Carefree' s Enchanted Pumpkin Garden becomes even more exciting with the addition of an official Great Pumpkin Commonwealth weigh-off. Several of the best giant gourd growers in the S…
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High-end Hollywood Mexican restaurant set to open at Scottsdale Fashion Square

Announced 20 months ago, Toca Madera, an upscale Mexican restaurant based in West Hollywood, California, is set to open in Scottsdale Fashion Square's new luxury wing on Oct. 22. The 8,000-square-fo…
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Business Journal's annual Corporate Philanthropy event brings together companies, nonprofits

The annual Corporate Philanthropy awards on Thursday brought out a collection of business and nonprofit executives to celebrate the best of what the region offers in giving. About 260 people attende…
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Mesa transportation tech company acquires Spanish tolling provider to expand in Europe

This is the company's first acquisition since it started trading on the Nasdaq exchange exactly one year ago.
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Developer with big Phoenix plans sentenced to 1 month in prison in college admissions scandal

Robert Flaxman, a California-based developer with several large projects in the Valley including a massive mixed-use development planned near Desert Ridge Marketplace, was sentenced to one month in p…
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Recognize World Hunger Day at Foothills Empty Bowls — Event proceeds to assist area families in need

Friday, Oct. 18, the annual Foothills Empty Bowls Lunch & Art Auction to honor World Hunger Day will be held at Harold's Cave Creek Corral, from 11am to 1pm. Sonoran Arts League of Cave Creek spons…
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Mentors provide lifeline for Valley startups

When it comes to making connections among technology businesses, the Valley of the Sun is no Silicon Valley. Because of its sprawling nature, the region has several areas of tech startup development…
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Tech industry heading for a bright future in Arizona

The future of tech in Arizona appears to be bright, according the experts attending an industry roundtable last week. Scott Weiss, and attorney and co-founder of the Weiss Brown law practice and h…
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Valley tech firms still find struggles in tapping talent

With Phoenix becoming an epicenter of technology in the Southwest, there are still a number of issues that could keep the region from joining elite U.S. tech employment centers, according to a group …
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Making a future: Arizona manufacturing evolving as companies seek business-friendly confines

Arizona's manufacturing industry is growing up, expanding beyond its roots in semiconductors and aerospace to embrace new sectors. The state's lower costs of doing business is a major reason for its …
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Arizona bulks up on ‘miscellaneous’ manufacturing

Arizona’s manufacturing world is more than just semiconductors, helicopters and missiles. It also includes ice cream cones, golf clubs and shrink wrap.
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Arizona being touted as alternative to offshore manufacturing

With a pro-business government, Arizona is finding plenty of takers for what it is offering the manufacturing industry.
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