Tempe to Pursue AI Technologies Ethically, Equitably


The City of Tempe has committed to evaluating Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies before implementation with the recent adoption of an Ethical AI Policy that outlines principles, guidelines and procedures for responsible use within the city. Tempe is believed to be the first city in Arizona to enact a policy involving ethical use of AI. The City Council approved the … [More]

Visitors Spent $77 Million per Day across Arizona in 2022, Says Economic Impact Report


As one of the state’s primary economic drivers, Arizona’s tourism industry continued to deliver for communities statewide in 2022. Post-pandemic highs were achieved in metrics across the board, including tourism jobs generated and tax revenue collected, according to new data released by the Arizona Office of Tourism. Visitor spending reached $28.1 billion in 2022, which … [More]

Collaborative and Upscale Co-Working Space Set to Open in Downtown Phoenix


X Phoenix, a 506-unit residential coliving and membership club located in the heart of Downtown Phoenix, is opening a 27,000 sq ft., dedicated coworking space on Mon. July 17, 2023. The space offers dedicated desks and private offices as well as an expansive area for a multitude of events that encourages connection and collaboration. In addition to the workstations that … [More]

Acquisition of Nikola’s Hydrogen Hub in Phoenix Creates American Green Energy Jobs


Nikola Corporation, a global leader in zero-emissions transportation and energy supply and infrastructure solutions, via the HYLA brand, and Fortescue Future Industries (FFI), a global green energy and metals company committed to leading the world in stepping beyond fossil fuels by developing green electrons, green hydrogen and green technology at scale, today announced FFI … [More]

Phoenix Children’s Appoints Chief Financial Officer


Phoenix Children's, one of the nation's fastest-growing pediatric health systems, today announced the hire of Michelle Bruhn as executive vice president and chief financial officer. Bruhn, who assumed her position on July 17, will oversee finance, treasury, revenue cycle and managed care contracting. She also is directly responsible for fiscal policy, performance goals and … [More]

Home Prices Climb 2% from a Year Ago with Low Supply Fueling Competition, Not in Phoenix


The typical U.S. home sold for $382,500 during the four weeks ending July 16, up 2.1% from a year earlier. That’s the biggest increase since December 2022 and the second straight price uptick after nearly five months of declines, according to a new report from Redfin, the technology-powered real estate brokerage. Prices are rising substantially in some metro areas, … [More]

How to Stay Safe during Extreme Heat: Safety Experts Provide Guidance for Arizona Workers


As Arizona workers face life-threatening dangers from extreme heat driven by climate change, Arizona-based safety experts from the National Council for Occupational Safety and Health are providing guidance to workers, unions, workers centers and advocates on how to prevent heat illness. “Federal law is crystal clear,” said Katelyn Parady, a Phoenix-based worker health and … [More]

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