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HONOLULU - Mesa Air Group Inc. said Monday it has fired Chief Financial Officer Peter Murnane, who deleted key evidence from his computers related to a lawsuit filed by Hawaiian Airlines Inc.
Dana (Mason) Berchman has been hired as the town of Gilbert’s first communications manager and chief digital officer. Berchman will begin April 9.
The dwindling amount of vacant office space across the Valley has prompted a Tempe developer to begin marketing a 14-story building along Interstate 10 that’s aimed at attracting a major corporate tenant.
A corporate chief executive who discovers the lush greens, spectacular desert scenery and posh accommodations in Scottsdale is likely to come back with his executives or sales team — maybe eventually with the whole company.
WASHINGTON - The nation’s payrolls grew by just 21,000 in February and left the unemployment rate stuck at 5.6 percent, just as President Bush revved up a re-election campaign that is counting heavily on a revived economy.
The tried-and-true principles of good investing — diversify, pay attention to a company’s fundamentals and maintain a long-term strategy — aren’t necessarily good advice when approaching the 2004 equity market.
The capture of Saddam Hussein will give an added boost to a Wall Street already bullish after the Dow Jones industrials recently pushed through the 10,000 barrier, analysts said Sunday.
A new program at Arizona State University will market research to outside companies.
New headhunter research this week offers hope that the job market is tightening -- at least for select job candidates in information technology.
NEW YORK - The equity market's inexorable slide into the summer doldrums has many wondering what the next catalyst will be. Some analysts say the sideways pattern could continue straight through the presidential race.
The cooling real estate market has dampened the increase in home prices — even in Arizona, though not by much.
If he keeps his campaign promises, President-elect Barack Obama could increase the number of jobs in green energy, healthcare, government, education and small businesses, while decreasing the number of government contractor positions.
NEW YORK - Wall Street got the economic and earnings news it's been so desperate to hear Monday, and stocks responded by barreling higher, lifting the Dow Jones industrials more than 160 points.
Seventy percent of the 52 residential villas under construction at the Arizona Grand Resort in Phoenix have already been snapped up by buyers.
November 24, 2004
WASHINGTON - Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke called Tuesday for additional action to prevent more distressed homeowners from falling into foreclosure.
DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES - Oil services giant Halliburton Co. will soon shift its corporate headquarters from Houston to the Mideast financial powerhouse of Dubai, chief executive Dave Lesar announced Sunday.
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - Office Depot, the nation's second-biggest office supply chain, said Tuesday its first-quarter profit dropped 55 percent due to North American sales declines, but the results still topped Wall Street's expectations. Its shares rose more than 10 percent.
Sunbelt Holdings Chief Operating Officer Sean Walters poses at the park at Power Ranch in Gilbert. Aug. 21, 2009.
NEW YORK - If you sold in May and walked away, as they say on Wall Street, you might have lost some big money along the way.
NEW YORK - Investors are always chasing opportunities, but the recent stock market rally has them going to extremes. With corporations and private equity firms on a buying spree this year, investors seem reluctant to sell shares of companies they think might be purchased next.
As businesses ramp up their marketing aimed at Hispanic consumers to the tune of $3.09 billion nationally, small specialty ad agencies are taking root.
NEW YORK - Howard Stern announced Wednesday that his syndicated morning show would appear in nine new markets, including four where his show was axed by the nation's largest radio chain for alleged indecency.
NEW YORK - Weaker-than-expected economic data and the market's persistent anxiety about a war with Iraq made for choppy trading Monday on Wall Street. Stocks waffled throughout the session before closing moderately lower.
A long-time fixture of the Scottsdale community banking scene is running a new private bank that caters exclusively to the area’s affluent population.