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The culinary team behind Scottsdale's Citizen Public House announced over the weekend they intend to open a new concept called Gladly along the Camelback corridor in Phoenix. Comment?
Mexican and Canadian baseball teams brawled at the end of their World Baseball Classic game at Chase Field Saturday. Comment?
Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton will be in Washington for the next few days for meetings on sequestration cuts, immigration and other issues. Comment?
With a need for more than 100 teachers this fall, Phoenix Union High School District is holding a career fair for teachers on March 9. The career fair is scheduled from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. at Metro Tech High School's Student Union/Gymnasium, 1900 W. Thomas Road, Phoenix. Comment?
Despite a minor, yet expected, decline following the bustling holiday season, metro Phoenix home prices continued on their steady incline during the first month of 2013, surging 35.3 percent year-over-year, according to Arizona State University's latest housing report released today. Comment?
A majority of Phoenix-area chief information officers plan only to fill open IT positions, while just under a quarter have put hiring plans on hold in the second quarter, according to a new survey from Robert Half International. Comment?
USAA, a financial services and insurance provider to military service members and their families, plans on hiring as many as 1,000 new workers and will add 380,000 square feet to its north Phoenix campus. Comment?
More arrows are flying from both sides in the fight over a proposed $500 million copper mining project in the little town of Florence southeast of Phoenix. Comment?
The most expensive home the Phoenix Business Journal recorded sold in February was this $3.435 million estate in Scottsdale. Comment?
It takes more than good fortune for an organization to succeed consistently in shifting economic times. Comment?
Marketwire is reporting that Maricopa Integrated Health System in Phoenix was awarded a $684,000 federal grant to test the effectiveness of enhanced prenatal care for pregnant Medicaid beneficiaries who are at high risk for preterm births. Comment?
Zia Record Exchange has opened a new location in Phoenix at Camelback Road and 19th Avenue. Comment?
Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton and Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer will make separate hiring announcements this week. Comment?
Global semiconductor sales rose 3.8 percent in January from a year earlier, starting 2013 off with some growth after the past two years have seen the industry struggle. Comment?
Social Madness - the local and national social media competition - is back for its second year, as nominations opened today for the Phoenix Business Journal's Social Madness challenge. Comment?
The Wall Street Journal reported over the weekend the Arizona Cardinals have the fewest Twitter followers of not only any National Football League team, but of any major professional sports franchise in North America. Comment?
With the backing of Hollywood actress Valerie Bertinelli, a new mobile app hopes to become the hot spot for businesses trying to acquire new customers. Comment?
More than 500 jobs will be available at the Greater Phoenix Job Fair hosted by LocalWork.com later this month. Comment?
The Phoenix technology industry has seen its ups and down over the years -- but through it all, there has been an important constant: the people behind the innovations and companies that make up this growing sector. Comment?
Hollywood celebrities are increasingly trading in the glamour of Tinseltown and moving into Phoenix area homes in spots such as Arcadia and Paradise Valley. Comment?