Quality roads make sure we can do all the things that make up our daily existence; from arriving at work on time to dashing to the grocery store or the doctor’s office or soccer practice.
A senior executive who has overseen a string of financial misdeeds at Pima Community College is seeking the public’s help to keep a closer eye on the bottom line.
What if we lived in a world where people knew, used and enjoyed mathematics? What if mathematics made sense to students? What if teachers teaching fractions in Grade 3 could tell the story of how fractions flow naturally from whole numbers in Grade 2?
Crowd Audio, a music-production website founded by University of Arizona alumni, has launched a crowd-funding campaign on Indiegogo.
Arizona Mail Order is shutting down its local operations, resulting in the layoff of 59 workers and removing the last vestiges of a catalog sales business that once employed hundreds of people after it was launched in Tucson in 1950.
When TUSD career- and technical-education director Kathy Prather quit last year, the district paid her more than $22,000 in unused sick and vacation pay.
Rosemont Copper has signed a letter with a dozen international banks that shows it is close to getting financing to build the $1.22 billion Rosemont Mine project, its Canadian parent company says.
Most SCORE clients come to us with little understanding of accounting and finance.
A medical research and technology firm announced this morning it is moving its headquarters to Tucson from Denver, Colo.
PHOENIX — A Republican-controlled legislative committee illegally crafted a biased description of a proposed education sales tax to try to convince voters to reject it, a judge ruled today.
The number of Tucson-area borrowers to receive mortgage default notices dropped slightly in June compared to the month before, but the past several months’ trend of higher-than-a-year-ago figures continues.
NEW YORK — You can leap off a mountainside in extreme skiing, kick and claw to near death in extreme fighting and twist yourself into a pretzel in extreme yoga. Why not turn investing into an adventure sport?
Saying the city of Tucson is obligated to explain the $33.8 million of questioned costs alleged in the Rio Nuevo audit, council member Steve Kozachik has placed an item on Tuesday’s agenda directing city staff to provide some explanation for the unaccounted for money.
Financing is one of the most common challenges faced by SCORE clients. Most lenders examine the same factors although they may place different emphasis on them.
Lee Enterprises, owner of 49 daily newspapers including the
Arizona Daily Star, has returned to compliance with the New York
Stock Exchange’s share price standard.
The University of Arizona's new senior vice president for
business affairs arrived on campus last week.