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The Metro board has announced its decision to offer the mass transit service's top position to Stephen Banta, currently in a senior position at TriMet, the transit authority for the Portland, Ore., metropolitan region.
WASHINGTON - National Public Radio's chief executive is stepping down, the network's board of directors announced Thursday.
Arizona Supreme Court Chief Justice Rebecca White Berch, center, asks a question Wednesday, May 25, 2011 during a hearing in Phoenix on whether to allow the scheduled execution of inmate Donald Beaty to take place on Wednesday or keep a stay in place to give his lawyers time to study the state's last-minute plan to substitute one of three execution drugs. Beaty, was scheduled to die Wednesday by lethal injection for the 1984 rape and murder of a 13-year-old Tempe girl. (AP Photo/The Arizona Republic, Mark Henle)
On Feb. 19, President Obama publicly threatened to further display his executive incompetence. Out of a $3.6 trillion budget he proclaimed that as the executive who proposed the sequester plan and signed it into law as a “compromise”, he can’t find anywhere to cut 2.4 percent in future spending except by letting first responders and teachers go and cutting the benefits and services for those on Medicare. That’s a “cut” in the future increase and not a cut in existing expenditures.
East Phoenix-based Mesa Air Group said Friday it placed its chief financial officer on administrative leave while the company investigates his conduct in an ongoing lawsuit with Hawaiian Airlines.
May 19, 2004
As the nation moves beyond its 1,000th execution since capital punishment resumed in 1976, landmark legal battles have left Arizona’s death chamber unused for five years.
The trail to condemned prisoner Robert C. Comer’s capture began with a barefoot print in the sand spotted from a helicopter hovering low over the wilderness.
BAGHDAD, Iraq - Saddam Hussein told the judge at his trial Monday that "I am not afraid of execution" during a chaotic court session in which the first witness took the stand and testified that the former president's agents carried out random arrests, torture and killings.
Brendan Herron spends his overseeing acquisitions Pathlore Software Corp., a developer. As vice for strategic devel-, Herron works long , travels a lot and attends countless meetings.
Executives at two of Arizona’s largest private school scholarship charities have used state income tax dollars to give themselves luxury cars, expensive real estate, jobs for relatives and friends, and extra cash hidden in the nonprofits’ balance sheets.
Two executives with the Arizona Diamondbacks have purchased majority interest in the NASCAR team owned by Troy Aikman and Roger Staubach, The Associated Press learned Saturday night.
Phoenix-based Mesa Air Group announced Thursday a new senior management lineup, shuffling existing employees into new positions after a rough few months for the embattled company.
The parent company for European aircraft maker Airbus ousted its top executive Sunday in a dramatic management shake-up following weeks of turmoil over production delays of its new superjumbo jetliner.
A huge stock sale was done Tuesday by US Airways executives because options were nearing expiration and not because the insiders believe the airline’s share prices have peaked, said CEO Doug Parker.
HOUSTON - Now that Enron Corp. founder Kenneth Lay and former chief executive Jeffrey Skilling are felons, the string of ex-executives whose testimony helped the government snag those convictions face punishments of their own.
BAGHDAD, Iraq - Iraq's highest appeals court on Tuesday upheld Saddam Hussein's death sentence and said he must be hanged within 30 days for the killing of 148 Shiites in the central city of Dujail.
WASHINGTON - Federal regulators, responding to a pay scandal at the New York Stock Exchange, approved an overhaul of the exchange Wednesday after the NYSE agreed to split its top executive position in two to avoid massing excessive power in one person.
The incoming chiefs of the House and Senate want lame-duck Gov. Janet Napolitano to stop issuing executive orders.
PHOENIX - The Arizona Supreme Court has denied a request from the state to set an execution date for a convicted murderer who's been on death row for 20 years for killing two men in 1987 in Lake Havasu City.
A new company aimed at creating jobs for retired and soon-to-be-retired business executives in the East Valley is about to adopt its official name and home.
The Arizona Interscholastic Association is not admitting that the current power point system has a flaw, but it will present local engineer John Carrieres' formula to the AIA Executive Board for analysis on Feb. 21.
SAN FRANCISCO - Google provided stock market analysts with more color about its secretive operations Thursday, painting a bright picture that appeared aimed at defusing growth concerns raised by the search engine leader’s chief financial officer earlier this week.