Farmers Markets Across Arizona Unite on Public Safety

by Mike Hunter

From June 15th to the 21st, farmers markets across Arizona unite behind Fresh. Healthy. Arizona Farmers Markets to promote safe practices. As the state of Arizona is getting back to business, it’s more important than ever that farmers markets, vendors, and customers continue best health practices to keep our markets safe, essential, and open to the community at … [More]

Electric Vehicle Co. Plans Retail Expansion into Arizona

ElectraMeccanica Vehicles Corp.

ElectraMeccanica Vehicles Corp. (NASDAQ: SOLO), a designer and manufacturer of electric vehicles, today announced the accelerated expansion of the Company’s retail footprint for its flagship SOLO EV with new locations planned for Arizona and Oregon. In recent weeks, individual states and counties have begun the process of re-opening storefronts and businesses at varying rates … [More]

Commercial Real Estate Veterans Launch Development Co.

BH DevCo

Commercial real estate veterans Steve Backman and Tracy Hammer announce the launch of their new joint venture BH DevCo, a real estate development company specializing in build-to-suit delivery for national tenants in the e-commerce, distribution and fulfillment industries. “Our brand philosophy was built around the growing synergy between distribution, retail and industrial … [More]

New Production Plant in Goodyear Names Top Executives

fairlife, LLC

fairlife, LLC today announced the addition of a management team dedicated to supporting the company’s growth through its new 300,000 square foot production and distribution facility in Goodyear, Arizona. Neil Betteridge has been named Senior Vice President (SVP) of Global Manufacturing Technologies to oversee the Arizona plant. Reporting to Betteridge will be Troy Hancock … [More]

Four Things that Do Not Change for Recruiting and Hiring during a Crisis

by Jeremy Eskenazi

Unfortunately, there will always be another “crisis” to deal with.  Whether it’s a health concern, a business concern with vendors, customers and/or employees, or an economic concern, it looks like these crises may be here to stay for a while. While companies spend time in their “war rooms” making important decision about customer, vendor and employee interactions, there is an … [More]

Going Remote: HR Co. Makes Rapid Change to Remote Work, Plan Pays Off

LandrumHR

When COVID-19 hit, the employers and employees served by LandrumHR needed the HR and staffing company's support and expertise to survive the crisis. To serve those clients, LandrumHR quickly adapted to a remote workforce to keep its staff on the job and connected. LandrumHR's forward-thinking infrastructure made it easier for the company to quickly transition to a remote … [More]

Partnership Improves Quality of Life for Arizona Kidney Disease Patients

Banner—University Health Plans

Monogram Health and Banner—University Health Plans (B – UHP), a division of Banner Health, announced today an agreement that will improve the coordination of vital care for B – UHP members living with chronic kidney disease (CKD) and end-stage renal disease (ESRD). “We’re excited to partner with Monogram to transform the delivery and management of kidney care,” said … [More]

Banks Report Reduced Profit but Strong Loan Growth

FDIC

For the 5,116 commercial banks and savings institutions insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), aggregate net income totaled $18.5 billion in first quarter 2020, a decline of $42.2 billion (69.6 percent) from a year ago. The decline in net income is a reflection of deteriorating economic activity, which resulted in the increase in provision expenses and … [More]