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Endurance International Group expands in Tempe, plans to add 600 new jobs

Global web services company Endurance International Group will add 600 new jobs this year as it expands its Tempe location.

Tucson students becoming playground leaders

Students at Elvira Elementary School in Tucson are getting a chance to experience leadership during their recess time.

House panel backs crackdown on moving companies

Arizona lawmakers plan to crack down on moving companies that hold a homeowner's belongings until payment is made.

Classic Car Spa runs out of gas

Several locations of the Classic Car Spa car wash and their Arizona parent company, Asset Acquisition LLC., recently filed for bankruptcy.

Heroes -- super and real -- visit Mesa museum

The i.d.e.a. Museum in Mesa will soon welcome superheroes as well as the real-life kind during its a hands-on exhibit called “Caped Crusaders & Everyday Heroes.” The exhibit is scheduled to run from February 10 through May 28.

Tucson Saguaros hope to be heading for home

The Tucson Saguaros baseball team recently began recruiting host families for their players for the 2017 season, which starts in May and run through August.

Mesa celebrates 'Madness' competitors

Two participants in Launchpoint, Mesa’s technology accelerator, recently earned the chance to battle 62 other companies for up to $300,000 in the Arizona Venture Madness competition.  

Private airline crash victims identified

The two men who died in a Jan. 23 private airplane crash at Tucson International Airport have been identified as 56-year-old Jeffrey Green and 38-year-old Daniel Rodriguez.

Senate committee approves bump in minimum liability coverage

The Arizona state Senate's Committee on Transportation recently approved SB 111 to increase motorists’ minimum liability coverage in a 6-1 vote.

Arizona State kicks off 3-year fundraising campaign

Arizona State University kicked off 2017 with a new student campaign focused to raise $1.5 billion in hopes to provide a better future, economy and health sphere for its students.

Meetings and events: Tax assistance, book sale and crafts class

Anthony Smith, a Pinal County supervisor, promoted the county's upcoming special book sale, junk and jewels class, and AARP Tax-Aide during Monday's meeting of the Grande Valley Republican Women.

Ameresco break ground on biogas conversion project in Phoenix

Renewable energy company Ameresco Inc. recently held a groundbreaking with the City of Phoenix for a new wastewater treatment biogas project at the 91st Avenue Wastewater Treatment Plant.

Lawmakers eye eliminating some state income tax exemptions

Arizona state leaders have crafted SB 1144 to increase state revenue through reduced tax exemptions. 

Business groups back Ducey's education budget

Gov. Doug Ducey recently proposed a 2017-18 education budget that many business groups, including the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry, are supporting.

Department of Revenue sends out corrected 1099-Gs

Arizona's Department of Revenue is sending out corrected 1099-G forms this week after mailing incorrect information to approximately 580,000 people.

Arizona ranks 10th among states for inbound migration

Arizona has inched into the top 10 states with more people arriving than leaving, according to the 40th annual survey carried out by one of the country’s largest moving firms.

Lodge on the Desert reaches settlement with creditor

The owners of Lodge on the Desert have reached a settlement agreement with a creditor to help the hotel rise out of Chapter 11 bankruptcy status.

Chamber president clarifies remarks on education

This month, Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry President and CEO Glenn Hamer offered comments on the recent Arizona Education Association claims made against him.

Franks pleased with House passage of end to settlement slush funds

This week's House passage of a bill to stop an Obama-era "slush fund" policy takes settlement payments away from third parties and gives it back to victims, an Arizona congressman who co-sponsored the legislation said during a recent interview.

Arizona needs 'education revolution,' ASU president says

The Arizona business community is vital to creating the "education revolution" the state needs to prepare students for careers in the fast-paced world of tomorrow, the president of Arizona State University said recently.

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