New Bill Allows the Return of Legal Sale of Alcohol to Go

Arizona state House Representative Jeff Weninger (R, District 17),  introduced HB 2773, allowing for restaurants and bars across Arizona to once again sell to-go cocktails, legally. Bringing back one of the most popular features among consumers in the age of COVID-necessitated to-go dining, Weninger is hopeful this action will help the struggling hospitality industry recover … [More]

Phoenix Mayor Announces Second COVID-19 Mobile Testing Van

City of Phoenix

Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego announced today the launch of Phoenix's second COVID-19 Mobile Testing Van (Van #2) during its first day of operations at Cielito Park.  Customized by the Phoenix Public Works Department's Fleet Management division, Van #2 will provide testing services to the community three days a week and will offer two types of COVID-19 tests at no … [More]

ADHS to Open New Appointments at State-Run Phoenix Municipal Stadium Tomorrow

Arizona Department of Health Services

The Arizona Department of Health Services is opening up registration for 21,000 more appointments for the COVID-19 vaccine starting tomorrow, Wednesday, Feb. 3 at 9 a.m. This is part of the state’s ongoing work to speed up the pace of vaccine distribution. These additional appointments will be available to prioritized Arizonans at the new state-run vaccination site at Arizona … [More]

Employee Concerns about Workplace Safety Continue to Rise Despite Focus on Cleaning, Disinfection and Vaccine Availability


With the one-year anniversary of the pandemic lockdown looming, cleanliness and disinfection is a priority in virtually every setting. Although signs of fatigue are growing, also on the rise are employees’ concerns about the safety of their work environment. Despite companies’ expanded cleaning protocols and increasing availability of vaccines, there are indications that there … [More]

Arizona Chamber CEO to Lead Texas Association of Business

Glenn Hamer, who has served the Arizona Chamber of Commerce & Industry as president and CEO since 2006 and who led the organization’s ascendence to become the state’s most influential business advocacy group, announced he will be departing his position to become the next president and CEO of the Texas Association of Business. Hamer’s 14-year tenure has been marked by … [More]

Three Ways Small Businesses Can Reduce Their Taxes This Season

by Tom Wheelwright

The coronavirus pandemic created challenges for businesses in every industry, with small businesses being hit the hardest. In fact, according to Track the Recovery, the number of small businesses in the U.S. has dropped by 29% since January 2020. One way for small businesses to put money back into their pockets when they need it most is to legally pay less in taxes. Here’s how … [More]

City of Phoenix Selected for Future Site of E-Commerce Center adding 400 New Jobs

Greater Phoenix Economic Council

The City of Phoenix has been selected by The RealReal, Inc. - the world’s largest online marketplace for authenticated, consigned luxury goods - as the site for its new e-commerce center. The company signed a lease to expand its physical footprint with nearly 600,000 square feet of warehouse space in Greater Phoenix. “This expansion by The RealReal into Arizona is the latest … [More]

Addiction Treatment Center Expands with New Location in Phoenix


Recovia is pleased to announce the grand opening of their new treatment center in Phoenix Arizona. The new treatment center is located on Interstate-17 and Northern Avenue and expands Recovia’s outpatient addiction treatment program to the Phoenix metro area. The Phoenix location will be Recovia’s third location in the Valley along with locations in Tempe and Deer … [More]

EN NEGOCIOS: Reducir la discriminación: 8 sesgos que afectan sus decisiones de contratación

por Edgar R. Olivo

La diversidad, la equidad y la inclusión están ocupando un lugar central en el ambiente de trabajo ahora que una nueva Administración de la Casa Blanca ha ordenado todas las agencias federales para erradicar el racismo sistémico de programas e instituciones. Esta acción es muy importante; especialmente después de una era tumultuosa creada por la administración anterior que no … [More]

Reduce Discrimination: 8 Biases That Affect Your Hiring Decisions

by Edgar R. Olivo

Diversity, equity and inclusion are taking center stage in the workplace now that a new White House administration has ordered all federal agencies to root out systemic racism from programs and institutions. This action is very important; especially after a tumultuous era created by the previous administration that did not value diversity, nor create real economic advancement … [More]

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