Phoenix city officials say management restructuring will eliminate 60 city jobs.Read More »
Beginning Dec. 1, it's legal in Arizona to buy and use "consumer" fireworks.Read More »
Businesses that are hoping for immediate tax cuts from the Legislature next session should plan on being disappointed.
Even the most ardent tax cutters in the Legislature say it would be impossible to balance the budget next session while cutting corporate taxes.
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An updated listing of state contracts.Read More »
Simply put, the 2010 election results show that the American people (and Arizonans) know that government central planners cannot spend and stimulate our way out of recession and reject the notion that these same government workers are qualified to pick winners and losers in tax policy.Read More »
Are those nails scraping across a chalkboard, or is someone asking a small-business owner to do more tax reporting paperwork? It’s the latter, and Congress has mandated it with a 2012 start date.Read More »
The state of Oregon is suing Apollo Group Inc. of Arizona, the parent company of University of Phoenix, to recover $10 million the state claims it lost from misleading financial statements.Read More »
In 2005, demand for mantlepieces, timbers and decorative wood braces had Joe Agosta’s wood mill, Woodlife Pine Lumber Sales Inc., turning away business.Read More »
The moratorium on foreclosures on homes belonging to families like the DeVolls could have a roller-coaster effect on the Arizona housing market, where in September alone 17,117 homes — one in every 159 residential properties — were either scheduled for foreclosure or went through one, placing the state as second in the nation in the foreclosure rate.Read More »
A moratorium on foreclosures by major mortgage lenders may give embattled Arizona homeowners a sliver of hope that their homes can be saved, while the questions it raises could lead to a rush of lawsuits and scams.Read More »