Arizona-Based Organizations Team Up to Provide Financial Education to Students

Gnosis IQ, an Arizona-based artificial intelligence software company that predicts and tracks student academic success and empowers the well-being of students, is thrilled to announce that it is partnering with Desert Financial Credit Union to provide financial literacy education to schools and families in Arizona. Through this partnership, Desert Financial Credit Union offers … [More]

Holiday Sales Expected to Cool This Season, Phoenix on ‘Nice’ List

Holiday retail sales growth is expected to moderate this season following two explosive years for consumer spending, according to CBRE’s annual Holiday Retail Trends Guide.  Inflation, lower savings rates, rising credit card debt and resumption of student loan payments have all affected both consumer budgets and confidence. Year-over-year retail sales in the Q4 holiday period … [More]

Arizona’s Largest Resort Names Tech Platform to Manage Its Operations

VAI Resort, the upcoming largest hotel and entertainment destination in Arizona, is gearing up to open its doors in 2024 with the support of Oracle Cloud. With Oracle’s OPERA Cloud hospitality management platform combined with Oracle NetSuite, VAI will be able to unify its core data and operations on a single, secure infrastructure. This will empower VAI with the tools and … [More]

Dignity Health Global Education Announces Strategic Rebrand to Improve Healthcare Staffing Shortage Crisis

Dignity Health Global Education (DHGE), a leading workforce development solutions provider, is announcing its strategic rebrand to OpusVi. This rebrand signals a renewed commitment to its mission of developing transformative workforce solutions to expand and elevate the care workforce by providing quality access at scale with its healthcare partners. A recent survey from the … [More]

Inflation and Labor Struggles Continue to Hinder the Small Business Economy

The Small Business Economic Trends survey shows small business owners are not feeling optimistic in the current economic environment. The Optimism Index decreased 0.1 points in October to 90.7, marking the 22nd month below the 50-year average. The last time the Optimism Index was at or above the average was December 2021. “This month marks the 50th anniversary of NFIB’s … [More]

More Than One-Third of Home Sellers Are Giving Concessions to Buyers

Sellers are handing out freebies to woo buyers, who have become increasingly likely to back out of deals as mortgage rates have climbed

Home sellers gave concessions to buyers in 35% of U.S. home sales during the three months ending Oct. 31, according to a new report from Redfin, the technology-powered real estate brokerage. That’s little changed from 35.9% one year earlier but up from 27.6% two years earlier. This is according to data submitted by Redfin buyers’ agents across the country, going back through … [More]

Survey Shows Engineers Have Reached a Turning Point, Many Are Now Looking at What Comes Next

Engineers are at a turning point when it comes to navigating the design and supply chain disruptions of the last several years, according to findings from Avnet. The leading technology distributor released its third annual Avnet Insights survey, which has been keeping a pulse on engineers’ sentiments and strategies around existing industry and market conditions. The 2023 survey … [More]

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