Don’t confuse advertising with public relations.
WASHINGTON — Convenience stores will have to start stocking a variety of “staple foods” alongside the snacks and fountain drinks if they want to keep accepting food stamps, under a little-noticed section of the farm bill.
We all know that yard sales and thrift shops are great places to save money when you need to refresh your wardrobe or get end tables to refinish.
Despite a significant move to online ads, printed weekly grocery circulars have remained a mainstay of supermarkets, which spent more than $11 billion on newspaper circulars alone last year.
The salesman’s claims were too good to be true, in retrospect, says local business owner Danny Valenzuela.
Shopping carts clogging parks and washes near your home could become a thing of the past under a new Tucson law.
If Sunnyside Unified School District will not admit to a corruption problem, perhaps it will cop to having boundary issues.
Even though the consumer-driven side of the economy is slowly recovering, most small-business owners know that revenue gains have been incremental.
PHOENIX — The way state lawmakers figure it, it's annoying enough to get an unwanted text message.
Perception vs. reality. This observation is used to explain all types of irrational and inconsistent behavior.
In a slow economy, marketing budgets are typically one of the first expenses that are cut. Startups and small businesses face a similar situation of limited funds. How can a business continue to generate leads and maintain its market visibility if its traditional ad budgets are cut?
JACKSON, Miss. — Mississippi regulators are ordering a pair of Arizona companies to pay a record $5.7 million fine for more than 1,000 violations of Mississippi’s do-not-call law.
Come celebrate Slurpees birthday.
Fans of Eegee's, Tucson's beloved purveyor of frozen fruit drinks, love this time of summer.
Today is the deadline to file your 2011 taxes and some restaurant chains want to ease your Uncle Sam pain.
Leticia Montaño, left, and daughter Stephanie Montaño
A Tucson college student, athlete and aspiring teacher is among
the first class of Obama Nobel Peace Prize Scholars.