WASHINGTON - Phoenix lawyer Mark Kisicki called on Congress Tuesday to "restore stability in labor relations" by reversing a National Labor Relations Board ruling that he said will cause "significant economic upheaval" if left untouched.
While the Valley’s economy continues to improve, the housing market has lagged.
Something is happening in the dusty corners of the video game world. People are picking up old video games, wiping off the cobwebs and playing them again.
More than a dozen panelists discussed the growing number of business opportunities popping up across borders at the North America Economic Connectivity Conference last week.
Gov. Doug Ducey on Monday said he supports the Trans-Pacific Partnership because the trade policy will make Arizona more competitive in the business world.
After suffering through economic hardship, the Phoenix Symphony is back from the brink.
MESA – If it seems there is a salon or spa around every corner, it may be true.
Officials representing three companies – Home Depot, FacilitySource and Stitch Fix – cited three key reasons that spurred the expansion of their businesses to the region: competitive wages, availability of workforce and ample warehouse or office space.
WASHINGTON - It took until the last minute to do it, but Congress on Wednesday passed a short-term budget that avoided a shutdown and will keep the government operating through mid-December.
Making money while abandoning ethics continues to be an unsustainable business practice, Arizona-based industry leaders told the crowd gathered at the fifth-annual Integrity Summit on Wednesday.
About 30 minutes from the Grand Canyon’s South Rim is a smaller, more obscure tourist attraction: Bedrock City, a Flintstones walk-through theme park honoring the 1960s cartoon.
For the second straight year, downtown Phoenix will come alive with an invasion of football fans. Only this time, they will be fans of the collegiate – not the professional – game.