Online degree programs at Arizona universities are among the best in the nation, according to the latest survey from U.S. News & World Report. Arizona State University and the University of Arizona each ranked in the top 10 for multiple programs — including their business and MBA programs — in the U.S. News 2022 Best Online Programs Rankings.
Arizona is changing. The state that was once defined by citrus, cattle and copper now boasts a more diverse economy and a more diverse population, thanks in part to the flocks of new residents that pour into the state each day.
Announced today, Carvana, the leading e-commerce brand for buying and selling used cars, is the fastest to sell one million vehicles online in nine years and the fastest used car retailer ever to organically sell over 400,000 vehicles in one year.
Amazon.com Inc. has multiple major developments in the works in Mesa. One of the world’s largest and most valuable companies is spending millions of dollars on at least three new warehouse projects near the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airports.
We’ve heard enough about the ‘Great Resignation,’ which has people quitting their jobs right and left as they search for something better in their careers. Fortunately for Arizona, we now can shift the conversation to the ‘Great Opportunity.’
Silicon Valley Bank on Monday said it plans to provide at least $5 billion by 2027 in loans, investments and other financing to support sustainability efforts.
Arizona’s reputation for being ‘business-friendly’ has succeeded in keeping and attracting companies in exciting industries, from technology and security to health care and manufacturing.
Arizonans will soon benefit from $1.5 million in federal funding from the American Rescue Plan designed to boost local entrepreneurs and economies recovering from the Covid-19 pandemic.
Driving near the Phoenix Goodyear Airport it’s hard to miss the array of commercial planes fronting a backdrop of the Sierra Estrella mountains. The West Valley airport once sat as an island amid masses of vacant and agricultural land, but the surrounding area has become a fortress of industrial buildings now home to such giants as UPS, FedEx, Chewy Inc. and Amazon.com Inc.
Venture Madness, the largest and longest running pitch contest in the Valley, has announced the names of 16 companies that will present at the event in March.