If opening the monthly water bill is the reason behind your high blood pressure, you might be able to dump the beta blockers in 2013.
A Tucson electronics company, a local tech startup and a solar-demonstration area at the University of Arizona Science and Technology Park and IBM Corp. are among the finalists for the 2012 Governor’s Celebration of Innovation Awards.
Hispanic Chamber awards scholarships
NEW YORK - It's the granddaddy of stock indexes, a centenarian that is spritely for its age. Since a near fatal fall in March 2009, it's nearly doubled.
IBM Corp. confirmed Friday that it has closed a customer-service call center in Tucson.
IBM Corp. confirmed that it has closed a customer-service call center in Tucson.
Rodney Adkins, a senior vice president at IBM, with one of IBM's new PureSystems units at a company lab in Research Triangle Park, N.C.
IBM Corp. has rolled out a new category of "expert integrated" systems it calls a major step forward in simplifying corporate computing.
is IBM chief technology officer for disk storage.
Computing giant IBM Corp. has named a Tucson-based storage-technology expert one of seven new IBM Fellows, Big Blue's highest technical honor.
Stocks mostly fell Tuesday on mixed reports on home prices and
consumer confidence. Rising energy stocks and a decision by IBM
Corp. to double its stock-repurchase plan propped up the Dow Jones
industrials, but the Nasdaq composite index slid after Chinese
Internet search company Baidu Inc. …
During freshman orientation week, David Allais planned to study
law until he and two friends happened to stroll by the UA law
college. He found himself in a cavernous room lined with
The recipient of this week's Ben's Bell is Ron Creath, a retired
IBM field engineer and his neighborhood's handyman.
NEW YORK — The Dow Jones Industrial Average's rally Wednesday
above 10,000 erases about half the damage done since the gauge
soared to a record two years ago.
WASHINGTON — A new computer system key to modernization of the
nation's air traffic control system has run into problems, raising
doubts about whether it can be operational 15 months from now when
current computers must be replaced, union officials said
SAN FRANCISCO — Our economy sure could use the Next Big Thing.
Something on the scale of railroads, automobiles or the Internet —
the kind of breakthrough that emerges every so often and builds
industries, generates jobs and mints fortunes.