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Supreme Court sends second divorce settlement case back to Arizona

Arizona universities push for gender equality when hiring faculty

Parker saloon owner turns to solar for power, but keeps other technology at bay

Power official backs transparency bill, after questions about spending

Arizona vegans, vegetarians say they have more dining options now

How will robots change the agricultural industry in Arizona?

As textbook prices rise, college seeks alternatives for students

Arizona’s Old West history plays important role in state tourism

Three Arizona state prisons plan to add employment centers to help soon-to-be released inmates find jobs

Cities deprived of venture capital look for ways to share the wealth

Solar could replace Navajo Generating Station power, but not its jobs

National park visitors spent $995 million at nearby businesses in state

After leaving ASU, Jack Elway quits football, forges own path

Downtown Phoenix struggles with affordable housing in midst of development

Gun sales in state start to climb back up after January’s Trump slump

Mining expansion leaves Florence community uneasy

‘Brain drain’ persists in Arizona

Arizona’s tech sector taking steps to rise to prominence

Can Arizona become a foodie destination? State officials, restaurant association think so

Advocates criticize Latino vendors for bids on ‘shameful’ border wall

Paradise Valley-based nonprofit Mother’s Grace supports mothers, families

Experts: More pet owners turning to prosthetics to help increase mobility

Rising gas prices in Arizona won’t stop drivers from stepping on the gas

Arizonans paid $11,264 in federal tax in 2016, below U.S. average

Time’s running out for Arizonans to claim millions in old tax refunds

Water conditions on Upper Salt River could draw thousands of tourists to raft

Officials break ground on downtown Phoenix’s first grocery store

Cannabis Business Expo in Phoenix highlights ‘sophistication’ of growing industry

Unwelcome house calls: Arizonans complain about medical debt collectors

Starbucks VP: ASU tuition program ‘great’ for business, employees and country

National campaign to restore water ecosystems helps fund projects in Verde Valley

Red rocks, a water tank and angry neighbors: controversy flows in Sedona

Water cooperation across U.S.-Mexico border essential, complex

Solar jobs continue growth in Arizona, not as fast as rest of nation

Hollow Holiday

Report: Arizona women earn 83 percent of what men earn; U.S. gap wider

Stanton talks Phoenix hosting mega events and more in full interview

Minimum wage workers: Share your insight

American Indian Disability Summit connects youth and unemployed with services, training

Lenders reassure students, after feds allow collection fees on defaults

From fresh produce to inmate job training, Nogales food bank fills a basket of needs

Change to believe in: $1 coin, other changes could save billions

Bill to exempt tribes from some labor oversight draws union concerns

HGTV outfits Scottsdale home with ‘smart’ technology for contest

Phoenix officials tout new ‘Lost Lake’ music festival, but neighbors express concerns

City of Phoenix opens new trade office, signs economic agreements with two Mexican cities

Trump rolls back Obama coal, clean-air rules; critics question impact

Just like death and taxes, tax scammers are a sure thing, IRS warns

Final Four security to include ‘busiest night in the history of Downtown Phoenix’

Female entrepreneurs launch expo to promote black-owned businesses in Phoenix area

Time to take out the trash: Young innovators work on ways to reduce landfill waste

UA partners with company to make concrete out of byproduct from coal mining

Arizona students combine forces to gain speed on SpaceX’s Hyperloop competition

Beneficial Beans cafe opens at Burton Barr library to help autistic adults gain employment skills

Coworking space focused on female entrepreneurs plans to open Valley location

Range of factors combine to keep state on ‘solid’ job growth pace

APS customers raise concerns about potential rate hike at Arizona Corporation Commission hearing

Phoenix program offers low-income residents assistance in landing higher-paying jobs

Resolution mine official calls permitting process a barrier to business

Older women increasingly choose work over retirement

Tempe startup designs fashion hub to nurture AZ designers

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Supreme Court to hear dispute on pension payments in Arizona divorce

Obamacare in Arizona: Was it the right prescription?

Business leaders see interest rate hike as sign of improving economy

Arizona Center breaks up the old, reloads the new in $25 million renovation

Arizona lawmaker wants to establish industrial hemp industry in state

Arizona lawmakers debate bill that would raise minimum auto liability insurance

Tell us about your experiences with cosplay culture

Chandler startup develops stem cell treatments to heal injured horses and dogs

Hispanic-focused tech business wins PHX Startup Week competition

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Gilbert apartment complex joins ‘smart home’ movement, but will the trend take off?

Hard choices ahead as officials look at future of Navajo power plant

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ASU campus hosts largest 3-D printing research facility in Southwest

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PHX Startup Week attracts entrepreneurs from across US, organizers expect 10,000 attendees

Arizona group files initiative to put recreational marijuana on ballot again

Navajo Generating Station to close by 2019, plant owners say

Trans-Pacific trade debate makes for unusual allies, antagonists

John Healy started Southwest Aquaponics and Fish Hatchery in Glendale with just one tank in his backyard.

Glendale aquaponic farmer promotes eco-friendly systems that combine fish with produce

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Intel uses White House visit to announce $7 billion Chandler investment

ASU professor predicts ‘Obamacare’ repeal could send state into health care recession

Microblading eyebrows may be risky business for customers

Navajo power plant’s future uncertain, as natural gas costs fall

Education and health services showed most job growth in Arizona in 2016

Valley psychologist creates wearable tech to reduce anxiety, stress

State audit: Vocational program for disabled costs more, has less success

Olympic Village plan another step in ASU’s goal to become ‘Olympic training ground’

Recent class-action lawsuit sheds light on AZ dairy industry

Arizona tourism officials want to capitalize on unused vacation time

Tell us about your favorite foodie hotspots in Arizona

What happens to cars after Barrett-Jackson? Many stay here.

Higher education leaders stress degrees as important for Arizona economy

Arizona still a power in solar power, despite other states’ gains

Arizona defense firms may see spending bump from Trump, but not soon

January 2, 2017: Money Special

If Obamacare goes away, coverage will stay – for the moment

December 12, 2016 Money Special

Korean businesses are expanding in AZ with shift in customer base

Advocates say ending Arizona’s veteran homelessness is in reach

Hollow Holiday

Judge blocks overtime rule change that could benefit 90,000 in Arizona

What can you tell us about Korean-owned businesses in Arizona?

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Arizona incomes grew 3 percent in 2015, slightly off national pace

Coyotes announce plan to move to Tempe

Arizonans approve ballot measure to raise minimum wage

Cactus League a big winner regardless of World Series outcome

Glendale tattoo artists crafts ‘safe’ voodoo dolls

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Final settlement OK means VW, Audi drivers can start to file claims

Arizona faces steepest Obamacare hike in U.S.; subsidies could curb pain

GCU students headed to Barcelona for international startup competition

Tebow’s presence draws crowds to Arizona Fall League

Phoenix grant program tries to improve city one block at a time

Arizona voters favor minimum wage boost, but some economists have doubts

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Advocates challenge states to use VW funds to boost electric vehicle use

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VW settlement of emissions case could mean millions for Arizona

Halloween spending is expected to be scary high

Tonopah solar farm to supply energy to California military bases

Why we love a good scare

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Hit hard by recession, Latinos see sharp income, employment rise

AOL co-founder’s tour highlights Phoenix entrepreneurial community

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How do you meet demand to fill tech-related jobs in AZ? Get kids interested

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Rules to protect prepaid card users will hurt innovation, issuers say

CDC: Adults more likely to smoke marijuana than teens

Gilbert company tests job candidates’ empathy to improve customer service

AZ’s growing Hispanic-owned business sector gets help from Fuerza Local

Consumer advocate: Predatory lending still ‘major problem’ in Arizona

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Pinal County dodges health care void as Blue Cross steps in to offer ‘Obamacare’ coverage

Officials: Grand Canyon University businesses may revitalize Phoenix neighborhood

Report: Nonunion workers lose pay as labor unions lose clout

Presidential campaign giving lags in Arizona, elsewhere in U.S.

Arizona delegates turn to GoFundMe to finance convention trips

Staffing woes keep Mariposa port expansion from living up to promise

Mexican officials call for strengthening trade relationship with U.S.

State’s economic growth slowed in 2015, as mining, copper took a hit

Business leaders market Arizona to the world at Washington summit

Veterans group eases way from battlefield to workplace

Flake: Building ‘fortress America’ won’t help economic growth

Manfred’s push for international draft gets mixed reviews in D-backs clubhouse

Put out that cigarette. Smoke-free apartments are trending in Arizona

Proposed limits on payday loans draw sharp reactions from both sides

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Women of color who own Arizona businesses are on the rise

Cronkite News Money Special: May 23, 2016

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Tempe campus bookstore closing after 49 years

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Tempe council members create program to bolster equal pay efforts for women

Arizona battles gender pay gap through local efforts

Downtown growth leads to apartment construction boom

Coffee shops bring growth and community to downtown Phoenix

In limited market, Phoenix teams turn to Native American communities to sponsor arenas

Team owners starting to demand new stadiums sooner

Arizona Veterans Memorial Coliseum remains relevant without pro team

Suns, Coyotes, Diamondbacks wandering in the desert, pondering new homes

South Phoenix housing project to undergo $44 million renovation

Health care organizations respond to stressful wait times

Olympic medalist prepares elite track athletes at Phoenix-based Altis

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‘Toughest sport on dirt’ raises questions about animal cruelty

Arizona may determine new minimum wage in November

Arizona utility executive calls for more transparency in rate-setting

ASU students get free college tuition after winning national ‘Heroes of the Dorm’ e-sports tournament

Tempe company launches app to connect consumers with ‘need-it now’ products

IRS referrals for tax-fraud prosecutions still falling in state, nation

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Stanton: New Suns venue downtown should also house Coyotes

Maricopa County puts responsibility for Chase Field upgrades on Diamondbacks

More medical marijuana dispensaries may soon crop up in Arizona

Report: Arizona taxes, regulations rank it high for economic outlook

$274 million economic impact of January’s college champ game is highest yet in Arizona

Eco-friendly green burials become more popular in Arizona, the U.S.

Nootropics pop up on college campuses, but do these ‘smart drugs’ actually work?

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Suns D-League team rises in Prescott Valley

Will the proposed downtown Phoenix Fry’s get a tax break from the city?

Arizona’s increase in exports help draw global business leaders

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From fad to flames: The rise and fall of the hoverboard industry

Skillful launches in Phoenix, connects job seekers to employers

Growing Arizona bioscience industry faces challenges

Author of Brookings study claiming Phoenix suffers worst ‘brain drain’ revises numbers

Chandler company Privoro develops security product for iPhones

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Phoenix attracts West Coast tech companies

Sen. Jeff Flake: States should determine primary responses to drought

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Bill could keep cities from banning short-term rentals

State added 100,000 residents in 2015, lured by climate, cost of living

Despite risks, skydiving continues to gain popularity

D-backs’ Hall on stadium battle with county: ‘We need to see what’s out there before it’s too late’

Diamondbacks spend big to keep pace with major-market foes

Arizona is 8th in nation for auto theft with stolen vehicles often being used for drug and human smuggling

Arizona officials prepare desert tortoises for adoption

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Mesa eye-tracking software company helps empower those with disabilities

Shortage of large animal veterinarians threatens health of Arizona livestock industry

Report: Arizona casino revenues grew for fourth year, mirroring nation

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Ford provides sneak peek of driverless vehicle

Need a job? Advocates say career technical education plays vital role in Arizona economy

Pilots donated nearly $800,000 in ‘angel’ flights last year

EPA-ordered emissions rules for Coronado power plant upheld by court

Don’t call me lazy and other myths about working Millennials

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Survey: Arizona’s independent businesses saw jump in revenue, but struggle to obtain bank loans

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Arizona movie crew to share funding struggles at PHX Startup Week

As Cactus League circus returns, its impact felt across the Valley

Tempe florist gives leftover V-day flowers to nonprofit devoted to domestic violence victims

Tucson-based World View to offer balloon rides to space

PHX Startup Week showcases veteran entrepreneurs

Black business struggles to grow in Arizona

Spring training gives Diamondbacks fans sneak peek at new look

Arizona ranks ninth in country for identity theft, problem continues to grow nationwide

Phoenix spends $2 million a year to wipe out graffiti, reduce blight

Website: ASU ranks second in nation for ‘sugar babies’ seeking financial help

Report: Markets, cyberattacks pose biggest financial risks to Phoenix

Proposed Senate bill would regulate drones, prohibit city ordinances

Phoenix Sky Harbor breaks yearly traffic records, prepares for future growth

Blue Nile President and CEO Harvey Kanter

Online diamond retailer Blue Nile competes for customers through ‘web rooms’

FYI: Valentine’s Day spending projected to increase exponentially this year

Facebook blocks some Arizona marijuana dispensary pages from site

Despite recent market drops, officials still see bright copper future

App aimed at Chinese-speaking students wins $50,000 in ASU competition

Labor stats: Fine artists in Arizona have higher annual income than in other states

Report: Phoenix renters pay more for car insurance than homeowners

Fledgling professional speakers say they struggle to sustain themselves

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Phoenix entrepreneur hopes to cash in on ABC’s Shark Tank

ESPN’s Van Gundy: Suns need more than a coaching change

How the aerospace industry impacts Arizona’s economy

Scottsdale company hopes simple formula fuels growth in sports nutrition market

El Niño storms affect winter crop industry in Arizona

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‘Mini’ pigs grow far beyond owners’ expectations, breeders’ claims as Arizona sanctuary fills

Local economist: Arizona may benefit from plummeting oil prices

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Study: Two Arizona cities crack top 20 for best places to find jobs in 2016

Report: Air Force may spare A-10 from budget cuts for now

Record-breaking Powerball jackpot by the numbers

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Alabama’s Saban wants juniors to make smart business move with NFL decision

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FYI: Arizona lags behind other states in worker’s compensation benefits

Has Airbnb hurt Arizona’s hospitality industry?

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FYI: Business booms in downtown Phoenix Warehouse District

Phoenix sees increase in ‘solopreneurship’

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Palo Verde nuclear power plant continues to defy desert

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Despite high unemployment, Yuma’s agribusiness continues to thrive

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Flagstaff-based incubator helps Native American entrepreneurs build businesses

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Will the ‘Seahawks effect’ catch on for home buyers in Arizona?

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Phoenix native launches Carvana, a growing online vehicles sales site

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With a parent in prison, Arizona children face poverty and instability

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Auto title loans offer quick holiday cash but critics warn about mounting debt

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Seattle micro-housing: Could it catch on in Arizona?

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Recycled City turns food waste into compost for locals, signs contract with city of Phoenix

Former Glendale councilman sees narrow path to city keeping Coyotes

As program outgrows Oceanside, ASU hockey exploring options for new arena

Economists: 2016 Arizona economy to see great recovery, restrained growth

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New $17.5 million rehabilitation center opens in Surprise

Small businesses use subscription health care plan to comply with Obamacare mandate

Mesa delivers the world’s premier attack helicopter to international allies

Boutique fitness classes a ‘huge craze’ in Valley

FYI: Cyber Monday becoming more mobile, data show

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A very vegetarian Thanksgiving: How local businesses adjust to new kinds of customers

Organic local turkeys from Gilbert farm sell out in a day

Arizona State Fair: Attendance slips, but officials call it a success

Chandler pharmaceutical company sees rapid financial gains, but faces legal scrutiny over pain meds

Uber, Passport Health partner to provide flu shots to Phoenix users on demand

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Another major sporting event headed to the Valley

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Arcade bar growth turns Valley into multiplayer arena

Flagstaff’s Arizona Snowbowl to showcase first new ski lift in 30 years

Grammy winners, downtown Phoenix fan fest headline College Football Playoff championship weekend events

Arizona projected to lead the United States in future job growth

Vendors at Sloan Park in Mesa serve traditional Chicago hot dogs to Cubs fans and visiting Chicagoans. (File Photo/Cronkite News)

Demand for Chicago-style food fuels out-of-state restaurant expansion in Phoenix

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IRS warns of phone scams aimed at duping taxpayers out of money

Some Arizona tribal casinos wage bets on risky demographic: Millennials

The Better Business Bureau says its latest tool, the Scam Tracker, helps people spot scams across the state. (Photo by Jacqueline Padilla/Cronkite News)

Arizona’s Better Business Bureau introduces Scam Tracker to help prevent fraud

Phoenix protesters join nationwide demand for $15 hourly minimum wage

Valley co-working spaces’ popularity attributed to natural collaboration, networking

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Paz Cantina to close while condos are built, will reopen after renovations

Arizona consumers save at gas pump, but spend extra cash at restaurants, on groceries

Regulators pull one Obamacare option as open enrollment begins

Northern Arizona fall colors have yet to make an appearance

As Obamacare enrollment opens, Arizona insurers continue to tweak plans

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Suns new marketing campaign rooted in connection to community

Phoenix marijuana convention draws job seekers, entrepreneurs

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Scottsdale tutoring company joins growing online industry

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Developers turn historic Welnick Marketplace in downtown Phoenix into adaptive reuse project

FYI: Halloween by the numbers

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Arizona women leaders highlighted in 28th annual Athena Awards

Laser beams pointed at aircraft a growing problem in the US

After 11-year break, IndyCar will return to Phoenix International Raceway

McDowell Road’s ‘Miracle Mile’ highlights Phoenix area’s international diversity, culture

Campaign spending for 2016 has already topped $5.5 million in Arizona

Parking app wins Phoenix’s first ‘App Hack’ competition

Arizona groups launch equity crowdfunding site to connect businesses with capital

‘Mega’ events poised to bring economic impact to Valley area

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Companies target Phoenix’s ‘disconnected youth’ population at job fair

Report: Gains in Hispanic education, business aren’t closing income gap

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National pumpkin shortage near Halloween doesn’t ‘scare’ Arizona

Senate fundraising off to fast start in what could be a costly campaign

Weak peso hurts border businesses in Arizona

Phoenix shop expects last-minute surge in Halloween costume sales

Arizona Diamondbacks executive battles low attendance at Chase Field through marketing efforts, concourse changes

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Experts highlight growing health care sector, Phoenix development as bright spots in state’s economy

Arizona gets share of federal grant to help faltering coalfields communities

Turf Paradise re-opens this weekend with its 60th opening day

Latina entrepreneurs spur economic growth in Arizona

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Zombie paintball? Some Arizona businesses reaching into bag of tricks for Halloween

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Big banks dominate lending market, but some small businesses find success with community banks

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JP Morgan Chase provides $100K grant boost local business exports to Mexico

Westgate businesses relieved NHL season underway after Coyotes, Glendale standoff

Some Valley pet-store owners not worried about potential PetSmart and Petco merger

Paul Goldschmidt stands in the on-deck circle in a game against the Colorado Rockies on Thursday, Oct. 1, 2015. (Photo by Torrence Dunham/Cronkite News)

D-backs’ ‘Throwback Thursday’ campaign brought back rich memories for team, fans

Phoenix nonprofit ‘Fast Pitch’ competition gives more than just grants

Phoenix lawyer urges Congress to block NLRB’s new ‘joint employer’ rule

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Millennials transition into housing market as rents become more expensive

Old school retro games have new life and are making a comeback

The Morrison Institute for Public Policy at Arizona State University hosted the North America Economic Connectivity Conference on Sept. 30 at the Phoenix Airport Marriott. (Photo by Carla León/Cronkite News)

Experts: What do businesses need to increase trade across borders?

Gov. Doug Ducey: Trans-Pacific Partnership makes Arizona more competitive

Phoenix Symphony survives and thrives after budget crisis

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Local, national spa franchises expand in Arizona as industry grows

Panelists from three companies expanding to Phoenix spoke about what attracted their businesses to the area at an event held by the Greater Phoenix Economic Council on Thursday. (Photo by Stefan Modrich/Cronkite News)

Company officials: Ample space, competitive wages attracted them to Arizona

Congress passes stopgap budget with a day to spare; Arizona vote split

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Arizona business leaders emphasize ethical practices at Integrity Summit

Arizona’s Flintstones-themed Bedrock City continues to draw tourists amid potential sale

Phoenix, Ak-Chin Indian Community unveil College Football Playoff Championship Campus

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Toll roads? Increased gas tax? Audit says ADOT faces budget shortfall of $62.7 billion and needs solutions

Phoenix non-profit organization promotes local food awareness

Feds announce new rules to protect farmworkers from pesticide exposure

Arizona Cardinals, ASU players’ jersey sales on low end nationally

New business incubator finds home in old pickle house building

Arizona continues push to open new uranium mines near Grand Canyon

Hong Kong Commissioner to the U.S. Clement Leung speaks to the business community about promoting entrepreneurship for companies in Arizona and Hong Kong.

Hong Kong Commissioner: Entrepreneurs in Arizona need to branch out

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Judge bars Vemma Nutrition from resuming full business operations

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No hike for Fed: Interest rates remain steady, some Arizonans breathe sigh of relief

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Open space parks provide economic boost to Maricopa County communities

Audit finds deficiencies in Arizona Department of Real Estate’s operations

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Vemma CEO confident after Tempe company’s court hearing on pyramid scheme allegations

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French Fry Heaven’s new Tempe location marks its shift to fast-casual dining

Phoenix homeowners rank above average for underwater mortgages, Zillow report says

New ‘Chip-and-PIN’ credit cards to change way consumers pay, businesses operate

Cactus League expansion limited by funding, economic impact still significant

McAlister’s Deli fast casual restaurant chain to expand operations in Phoenix

Phoenix man’s nightmare inspires Bloodhound, an app to locate missing people

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Experts predict slight gains in Labor Day travel, spending

Rising Arizona membership gives unions something to cheer for Labor Day

City Council renews Valley Metro event day program, U.S. Airways Center partnership

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Businesses near Valley Metro’s northwest light rail extension struggle during construction

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Renovations at Sun Devil Stadium force 10,000 season-ticket holders to relocate

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Arizona’s economy continues to recover, just very slowly

Vemma stops operations after FTC calls it a pyramid scheme, student ‘affiliates’ lose money

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New deals app aimed at millenials launches in Tempe, aims to help build small businesses

Ripples in Chinese economy could make waves for Arizona businesses

Paying a price for going nowhere: Traffic hits Arizona commuters’ wallets

Financial advisers, economists urge calm in face of market volatility

Report: Arizona beer has an economic kick, too, in terms of jobs, taxes

Arizona workers may be coming up short on their retirement savings

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Despite three championships, Mercury still fight for attention

Report: About 40 percent of workers in state, U.S. have no paid sick leave

Officials: Slip among state-funded pension ranks no cause for concern

McSally raises $1.6 million so far in 2015, among most in the House

Dodging an Army bullet: State gets only a fraction of service’s 40,000 job cuts

New downtown Phoenix arena could bring end to Coyotes’ bumpy desert road

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Change sparked by 2011 ArenaBowl loss set Rattlers up for sustained success

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Export-Import Bank authorization lapses, leaving firms in ‘uncharted territory’

Plan to expand overtime rules could reach 100,000 Arizona salaried workers

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Even superheroes have limits: Court turns down Spider-Man toy inventor

Arizona delegation splits on vote to let Pacific trade deal advance

Border banks

Border businesses hope meeting with regulators stems bank closings

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55,000 federal workers in state wait to see if personal data was taken

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Tucson mail processing center gets reprieve from planned July closure

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Longer term car loans gaining in popularity, especially in Arizona

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Grand Canyon at confluence of popularity and conservation

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Despite gains, Phoenix falls in ranking of energy-efficient cities

Developers say building to begin soon for long awaited PhoenixMart

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Navajo zoo receives permit to provide protected eagle feathers

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Sports leaders say commission, state fund could help Arizona with mega events

Westgate Entertainment District in Glendale saw a big boost in business with the Super Bowl, but business owners say not having the NFL Experience there hurt their profits. (Photo by Zach Holland)

After Super Bowl XLIX, what is next for city of Glendale?

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Leaders launch Phoenix Forward to encourage business growth

Arizona’s missile, space industry may turn to space tourism

Super Bowl Central

Arizona enjoying three-year run as country’s sports mecca

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Purse and sword: Seized assets mean big money for law enforcement

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MLB’s pace of play changes won’t affect concession sales

Arizona tourism sees “moderate” post-Recession improvement

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Arizona wine industry matures, experts foresee potential gains

Scottsdale exec launches effort to support reproductive health

It’s not your imagination: Airline performance fell in 2014, report says