You could predict the response many Tucsonans had on Nov. 4, when Apple Inc. announced its plans to put a new plant and around 2,000 jobs in Mesa.
A major piece of Pima County's economic future hangs on local governments cooperating to win federal support for the proposed I-11 highway between Casa Grande and Green Valley, said County Administrator Chuck Huckelberry, who is pushing to make it happen.
Cochise County is hoping to use a new federal grant to plan upgrades to Bisbee-Douglas International Airport to foster economic development.
The airport was a training field for World War II pilots, and is still sometimes used by the military, such as when this large transport jet was at the field.
About a dozen private planes are kept in hangars at the airport.
The One East Broadway Building under construction on the northeast corner of Broadway and Stone Avenue was the first to pass through the city's business incentive program. The seven-story building will house a bike shop, restaurant and 24 residential units, as well as the new home of the Pim…
What a difference a year makes.
The world of Formula One racing could be coming to Tucson.
The Pima County Board of Supervisors approved a big down payment Tuesday on an $8 million project to relocate Hughes Access Road from South Nogales Highway to South Alvernon Way.
Our community cannot afford provincial thinking. As the sixth-poorest of the nation's large metropolitan areas in 2011, regional collaboration is essential to elevate our community out of poverty and create a community in which our children and grandchildren can find substantive, decent-wage jobs.
Plans for a proposed Sam's Club near Spectrum Mall are dead.
The University of Arizona has named a University of Michigan administrator to head its office of technology transfer.
Research scientist John Okonya works in the chemistry lab at Sanofi in Oro Valley.
Arizona's biosciences sector added jobs at nearly four times the national rate over the decade ending in 2011, a new report shows.
Tucson's economic-development agency has been on a roll over the past six months, helping attract six companies promising more than 1,800 new jobs to the region.
Suzanne McManus, left, and Tina Carlaftes look at antiques at A Perfect Pantry, described by owner Amy Pike as a "21st-century general store."
Bedding is available at Revolutio, a new boutique on South Sixth Avenue.
Several new businesses opened downtown in 2012 despite construction and economic woes, and more are on the way.