Tesla Rideshare Program Launches for Phoenix to Tucson Personal, Business Travel

Falcon Line

Arizonans are often faced with a hurdle when traveling between Phoenix and Tucson because it’s too close to fly, but too far to use a traditional ride share company like Uber. A new service unlike anything else in the U.S. just launched in Phoenix to address this challenge. Falcon Line, a new business headquartered in Scottsdale, is helping travelers move between the Valley … [More]

Their Take: Proposed Modification of State’s Unemployment Insurance

by Alexis Glascock

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused considerable economic unrest throughout Arizona. Business closures and restricted commerce caused the state’s unemployment levels to jump 9.2% from 5.0% in March of 2020 to 14.2% the following month. At one point, 1.03 million Arizonans were out of work. As businesses have adjusted to the “new normal” and COVID-19 restrictions have been relaxed, … [More]

Specialty Healthcare Co. Appoints New Chief Executive Officer


Calviri announces the appointment of Marc Wolff as Chief Executive Officer. Founder and current CEO, Stephen Albert Johnston, will continue to serve as Chairman of the Board of Directors and Founding CEO. “We are thrilled to welcome Marc Wolff to Calviri as we progress to commercialization. Marc’s successful life science and healthcare management experience, in both public … [More]

Dinner & Tournament Co. Embarks on Hiring 35+ as Show Demand Increases

Medieval Times

Looking for a new job opportunity? Huzzah! Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament hiring for more than 35 positions at its Scottsdale Castle, including bartenders, servers, kitchen staff, guest services and more. Interested candidates can see all opportunities and apply online at medievaltimes.com/careers. The Scottsdale Castle is staffing up to meet demand as tourism … [More]

Arizona Administers 4 Millionth Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine

Arizona Department of Health Services

Arizona has administered its 4 millionth dose of COVID-19 vaccine and is equipped to get even more vaccine into the community as supplies from the federal government ramp up. “Our state continues to be a model for administering these safe and highly effective vaccines widely, rapidly and equitably,” Governor Doug Ducey said. “I’m grateful to everyone who has received their … [More]

Online Employment Co. Has New Alert to Help Businesses Secure Top Candidates


Many employers lose top candidates to more agile competitors by taking too long to contact them. Now, ZipRecruiter helps employers avoid this costly mistake by giving them valuable information about the status and availability of applicants they are considering. When employers browse through applicants, an “Act Fast!” label notifies them if candidates are being actively … [More]

VIRTUAL EVENT – Apr 15: Educational Equity Webinar ‘Healing Racism Beyond the Dialogue: What is Racism?’

University of Phoenix

University of Phoenix’s educational equity and inclusion webinar series continues on Thurs., April 15, 2021, at 11 a.m. PDT with the first of a two-part series on understanding racism and its impact on all aspects of society. Recent events in our country brought about a renewed commitment to healing racism. But many people struggle to define racism or recognize how … [More]

State Vaccination Site Opens at ASU Desert Financial Arena

Arizona State University

Arizona State University announced today that it will host and coordinate a new indoor public COVID-19 vaccination site on its Tempe campus at Desert Financial Arena, opening Monday, April 12. The new point of distribution is a transfer of the state’s previous site, operated by ASU, at Phoenix Municipal Stadium, also an ASU property. People who have already been scheduled … [More]

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