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As a former room-service worker at a Phoenix hotel, Daria Ovide said she saw housekeepers harm their backs, knees and wrists lifting dozens of heavy mattresses each day.
PHOENIX - Arizona has lots to offer California businesses, starting with lower taxes and cost of living, says Barry Broome, CEO and president of the Greater Phoenix Economic Council.
Arizona women had fewer babies in 2011 for the fifth straight year, in large part because of tighter wallets, social changes, lower teen-pregnancy rates and departures among the Hispanic population.
Those walking along Chicago's chilly streets in the coming months will see a saguaro cactus, the Grand Canyon and Sedona's red rocks on buildings and billboards.
PHOENIX - More construction jobs were added in Phoenix than all but two other metro areas during the past year, an industry group reported Thursday.
PHOENIX - A national advocacy group filed a federal housing-discrimination complaint this week accusing Bank of America Corp. of treating foreclosed homes poorly in minority neighborhoods.
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