A Tucson company has moved a step closer to launching its first cancer-prevention drug with a late-stage clinical trial.
A Tucson high-tech firm and a major Japanese glass company have formed a venture to develop semiconductor packaging using ultrathin glass.
Tucson-based Bourque Industries Inc. has named an interim CEO and expanded its board after the conviction of its founder and CEO on drunken-driving charges.
A federal appeals court on Monday spurned a request by Raytheon Co. to overturn its 2010 ruling that the company was wrong in cutting off health benefits for some retirees at its Tucson-based missile operation.
The Guaymas, Sonora, industrial park is owned by Tucson-based The Offshore Group. Construction on a new plant will begin this week for British aerospace manufacturer JJ Churchill LTD., which makes turbines. Churchill's expansion into Guaymas comes on the heels of Rolls-Royce's move to create…
A Tucson company's industrial park in Guaymas, Sonora, has landed two new aerospace manufacturers.
Tucson-based social-services provider Providence Service Corp. reported sharply lower second-quarter earnings on higher costs, despite revenues that beat Wall Street forecasts.
Dan Hunsinger, Mr. Beer VP, displays the company's kits. Mr. Beer has been bought by Coopers Brewery of Adelaide, Australia.
Brewmaster Diane Bartlett looks over some experimental beer. The Mr. Beer brand will not be lost despite the buyout by Coopers Brewery.
An Australian brewery took such a liking to a local business it's decided to chug it down.
An employee at Asarco's smelter in Hayden works to process copper concentrates. The smelter has operated since 1912, the company's first operation in Arizona, some 70 miles northeast of Tucson.
An operator aide at the south mill of the Mission Mine walks by the ball mill that grinds small rocks that will eventually be the size of table salt. The mine is composed of five open-pit properties south of Tucson.
Dump trucks and huge shovels remove material from the Mission Pit at the Mission Complex. To the right are holes where explosives will remove that portion of the floor later in the day.
Boom, bust and controversy.