Governor Hobbs Announces Cabinet Members Focused on Cultivating and Growing Arizona’s Economy

Governor-Elect Katie Hobbs announced several members of her cabinet who will be focused on growing our State’s economy, and running Government well. With a proven track record of success, and years of expertise, these are the dedicated professionals who will run State Agencies and help us build an Arizona for everyone. “My cabinet will hit the ground running by implementing … [More]

First Friday LIVE: Celebration of a New Year at The Herberger Center, Jan. 6

Outside at the Herberger Theater Center Join us for this evening of Celebration of a New Year, featuring talent from around the valley, as we bring together live music, performances, art, and more! Indulge in snacks and specialty cocktails at The Spotlight Bar while you browse the vendors and view the art exhibits upstairs. PRESENTED BY HERBERGER THEATER CENTER JANUARY … [More]

New Artsline Spotlight Artist Celebrates Arts and Sports

The diverse group of Valley Metro Artsline Spotlight Artists is growing with the newest artist, JUST, for the winter season. Artsline celebrates creativity, culture and community throughout the rail corridor. JUST is an emerging artist, dedicating himself to becoming a full-time artist only two years ago. Influenced by his past football career, utilizing skills of discipline … [More]

10 New Year’s Resolutions for Your Small Business

Scaling and sustainability will continue to be the main focus for any small business owner in 2023. There is a multitude of ways to go about achieving revenue growth, attracting top talent, instilling a healthy culture, delighting customers, and so much more. Better Business Bureau Serving the Pacific Southwest (BBB) is sharing the following tips to ensure your small business … [More]

Most Businesses Expect Recession in 2023, Says Survey

The majority of small and midsize U.S. business leaders anticipate a recession in 2023, according to JPMorgan Chase’s 2023 annual Business Leaders Outlook survey released today. In total, 65% of midsize businesses and 61% of small businesses expect a recession in the year ahead. The heightened recession expectations come as businesses nationwide continue to combat inflation. … [More]

National Medical-Grade Skin Care Co. Opens First Arizona Clinic in Scottsdale

SkinSpirit, a leading destination for medical-grade aesthetic skin, face and body care in the U.S. opened its first Arizona location in Scottsdale on Dec. 30. and will hold its grand opening event on Feb. 2. The company’s new location offers an extensive menu of medical-grade treatments, including award-winning facials and custom-tailored aesthetic skin, face and body services. … [More]

Top Lottery App in the U.S. Launches into Arizona

Jackpocket, the #1 lottery app in the U.S.*, announced its launch in Arizona in partnership with Circle K, one of the largest convenience store brands in the U.S., as Mega Millions nears $1 billion. Now, lottery lovers in Arizona can use Jackpocket to easily play well-known, exciting lottery game favorites, including Powerball, Mega Millions, The Pick, Fantasy 5, and Pick 3 … [More]

Walmart Now Operates Drone Delivery in Arizona and 6 Other States, Completes 6,000 Drone Deliveries

Walmart’s drone delivery program is soaring into the new year, having successfully completed its intended expansion plans for 2022. The company now operates, with its vendors, 36 drone delivery hubs across seven states, including Arizona, Arkansas, Florida, North Carolina, Texas, Utah and Virginia. “I’m incredibly proud of our team for creating the largest drone delivery … [More]

Pending Home Sales Drop to Lowest Level since at least 2015, Prices Fell 2.4% in Metro Phoenix

Pending U.S. home sales dropped 32% year over year to their lowest level since at least 2015 during the four weeks ending January 1, according to a new report from Redfin, the technology-powered real estate brokerage. The biggest declines were in pandemic homebuying hotspots Las Vegas, Phoenix and Austin, which each saw pending sales plummet more than 50%. The housing … [More]

U.S. Employers Added 223,000 New Jobs in December, a Strong Showing amid Slight Slowdown

Total nonfarm payroll employment increased by 223,000 in December, and the unemployment rate edged down to 3.5 percent, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today. Notable job gains occurred in leisure and hospitality, health care, construction, and social assistance. This news release presents statistics from two monthly surveys. The household survey measures … [More]

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