Cannabis Entrepreneur to Open First Arizona-Based Cookies Brand Dispensary in Tempe

Alicia Deals, an up-and-coming cannabis entrepreneur and social equity license holder, today announced that she will open Arizona’s first Cookies brand dispensary on June 24. With this announcement, Deals has become the first Black woman to operate a cannabis dispensary stemming from a license awarded from Arizona’s social equity program. The new Cookies dispensary is … [More]

Gilbert-Based Fast Health Food Concept Opens Two More Stores in Arizona

Salad and Go announced two new stores coming to the Arizona markets of Laveen Village and Surprise. These locations bring the brand to a total of three stores in Surprise and more than 55 stores statewide. The new locations will provide local guests with high-quality, made-to-order salads, wraps, soup and breakfast options as well as refreshing beverages including hand-crafted … [More]

Single-Family Development Will Add 177 Townhomes to North Phoenix

Mill Creek Residential, a leading developer, owner-operator and investment manager specializing in premier rental housing across the U.S., announced it has broken ground on Amavi Aster Ridge, a single-family build-to-rent community adjacent to the Anthem neighborhood of North Phoenix. The community, which will offer a mix of 177 two- and three-bedroom … [More]

There Are Nearly 40% Fewer Homes for Sale Now Than Pre-Pandemic, Says Report

Rick McCartney

The total number of U.S. homes for sale dropped 6% from a year earlier during the four weeks ending June 11, the biggest decline in 13 months. That’s according to a new report from Redfin, the technology-powered real estate brokerage. New listings dropped 23%, continuing a 10-month streak of double-digit declines. Those add to the deepening post-pandemic inventory … [More]

Phoenix City Council Authorizes Development Agreement to Negotiate New Republic Services Headquarters

Republic Services, Inc., a leader in the environmental services industry, has committed to relocating its corporate headquarters to a new, customized build at CityNorth, in the Desert Ridge area of Phoenix. This location is just minutes from the company’s current headquarters. Approximately 1,000 team members will work at the new campus. “Republic Services is one of … [More]

Upcoming Changes Make Getting a Commercial Loan a Priority Now

Small business owners who have been on the fence about seeking a commercial loan may want to take notice of some changes that are about to take place in the financial world. Our Soldiers Corp (OSC) is warning that now is the best time to get a commercial loan due to those upcoming changes. Those who do not act now may have a more difficult time securing the funding later … [More]

What Rights Do Merchants Have When Dealing With Chargebacks?

The Consumer Credit Card Protection Act of 1968 (CCPA) instituted government regulations that oversee the credit card and lending industries to protect consumers against unscrupulous lending practices. The Fair Credit Billing Act of 1974 took those regulations a step further, granting consumers the right to dispute billing errors, such as unauthorized purchases, charges for … [More]

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