Microchip Technology, based in Chandler, recently said it has completed its acquisition of Atmel Corporation, which produces microcontrollers and touch technology for mobile and non-mobile applications.
An agreement permitting Navajo Tribal Utility Authority (NTUA) to assume responsibility for customers of the Arizona Windsong Company to ensure those customers receive safer water at lower costs was recently approved by the Arizona Corporation Commission.
Arizona Public Service (APS) said last week it is implementing an advanced inverter that will help the company remotely control and communicate with residential solar panels and improve the flow of power in Arizona.
National Asset Services, which assumed management of college student housing property Gateway at Tempe five years ago, has sold the asset to an undisclosed purchaser from among multiple bidders, it announced recently from Tempe, Arizona.
U.S. Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ) said a plan to classify a public campground in Arizona as a historic site deceptively thwarts the state's economy and simultaneously prevents the development of a valuable copper mine and the creation of jobs associated with the mine.
U.S. Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) recently asked the U.S. Forest Service to let Arizona forestland become available to the state’s timber industry for the sake of reforestation and to prevent rampant wildfires.
The Arizona Department of Transportation (DOT) and Federal Highway Administration are conducting a survey to better understand the transportation habits of select individuals as a way of better knowing how to improve roads, public transportation, bike paths and other means of transportation.
Tombstone Exploration Corporation (TMBXF), a fully reporting company, recently said it has started to examine its 10 Bureau of Land Management (BLM) lode claims on land positions located in Arizona’s Yuma County.