Kathy Blevins, who has been homeless for the past four years, has carefully set up her campsite on a floodplain in north Tucson. Under the canopy of an old saltcedar tree, her site is marked by a fence of wooden pallets, adorned with a fake flower and a “private property” sign. A dream catc…
Tucson-based Providence Service Corp. reported Wednesday that its second-quarter earnings more than quadrupled on improved profit margins, handily beating Wall Street expectations.
Tucson-based social services provider Providence Service Corp. posted higher first-quarter profits Wednesday on growth in its non-emergency transportation business.
Tucson-based social services provider Providence Service Corp. on Wednesday reported slightly lower fourth-quarter profits, partly because of payments to two executives who left the company, but revenues beat Wall Street estimates.
started Providence Service Corp. in 1996, The firm is listed on Nasdaq.
Fletcher McCusker, founder, chairman and CEO of Tucson-based Providence Service Corp., will retire from the company by the end of the year to pursue other interests - including his efforts to boost downtown redevelopment.
Fletcher McCusker, founder, chairman and CEO of Tucson-based Providence Service Corp. and a major booster of downtown Tucson redevelopment, will retire from the company to pursue other interests by the end of the year, the company announced today.
Tucson-based Providence Service Corp. posted lower third-quarter earnings due to a special charge and higher health-care costs, even as revenues rose 19 percent.
Tucson-based Providence Service Corp. today posted lower third-quarter earnings due to a special charge and higher health-care costs, even as revenues rose 19 percent.
Tucson-based social-services provider Providence Service Corp. reported sharply lower second-quarter earnings on higher costs, despite revenues that beat Wall Street forecasts.
Tucson-based social services provider Providence Service Corp. today reported sharply lower second-quarter earnings despite revenues that beat Wall Street forecasts.
Tucson-based Providence Service Corp. said in a second-quarter earnings preview it expects to report higher revenues than forecast, but profits will be much lower than projected due to higher expenses.
PHOENIX — The Arizona Legislature could adjourn its 2012 session by the end of the week if a new state budget is approved and other remaining work is completed.
PHOENIX — Gov. Jan Brewer and top legislative leaders say they have an agreement on a new state budget for Arizona that includes Brewer proposals for more spending for schools, social services, prisons and other programs.