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2 Valley nonprofits add business executives to board

Ballet Arizona and First Place AZ have added new board members.
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State Farm to hire hundreds for claims team in Tempe

State Farm is already one of the largest employers in Arizona with around 6,600 employees. The hiring in Tempe comes as part of State Farm's multistate drive to bring in a total of 1,500 new employee…
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ElectraMeccanica already hiring as construction begins on $35M Mesa plant

The $35 million plant will eventually employ about 500 people and will produce the company's fully electric, one-person vehicle.
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My View: ADHS, cannabis, and the illusion of social equity

In this guest opinion column, a Valley attorney who focuses on cannabis law says the proposed rules being offered up by the Arizona Department of Health Services related to the social equity ownershi…
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Phoenix bar owners, seltzer business operator go underground with latest bar concept

The owners of Sip Coffee and Beer Garage in Phoenix’s Arcadia neighborhood have teamed up with the founder of a hard seltzer brand to open an unusual cocktail lounge in a Phoenix basement.
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Homebuilder permits up 37% year to date; here's the Valley cities with the biggest gains

New homebuilder permit data shows exactly how scary it was for homebuilders at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. Here's a look at some hot spots where homebuilders plan to build the most hom…
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Luxury Sedona resort continues to excel while other hotel properties struggle

L’Auberge de Sedona, a luxury resort in Sedona, continues to buck the current trends of the hospitality industry and is turning a profit. Here's why.
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Construction begins on 480,000 square feet of industrial in Phoenix

Phoenix-based Stevens-Leinweber Construction was selected to be the general contractor for the project, which is expected to be complete by the end of the third quarter.
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CEO Q&A: Wayne Peacock's first year leading USAA; lessons learned from working from home

In a wide-ranging discussion, both retrospective and forward looking, Wayne Peacock talked with the Business Journal about USAA's approach to launching new business lines, the evolution of its bankin…
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Pandemic Volunteers Provide $2.9 Million Value in Maricopa County

Volunteers Give 94,360 Hours to Assist During Pandemic PHOENIX, Ariz – Since December 2020, volunteers in Maricopa County’s Medical Reserve Corps have donated 94,360 hours of their time to assist in…
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Maricopa County JIC - Daily COVID-19 Update: May 10

Click Here to view the Maricopa County JIC - Daily COVID-19 Update: May 10
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Art Gensler, founder of the world's largest architecture firm, has died

In 1965, Gensler founded his eponymously named firm in San Francisco with his wife and one draftsman. Now, more than 55 years later the company employees 5,200 people at 50 offices around the globe, …
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Harvest, Arizona's largest cannabis company, to be acquired in $2B deal

Kim Rivers, CEO of Trulieve Cannabis Corp., said the deal is a step toward making her company the most profitable multi-state cannabis firm.
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