(Arizona State University – May 11, 2020) – ASU President Michael Crow welcomes the ASU Graduating Class of 2020 and their families and friends to the university’s first-ever virtual commencement ceremony.
(AZ Big Media – May 12, 2020) – 2019 was a year marked by strong growth in the commercial real estate market, and the brokerage firms in the Valley took full advantage. Here are Arizona’s top brokers and some of the biggest deals that made 2019 another banner year.
(AZ Big Media – May 11, 2020) – Family Promise of Greater Phoenix, a nonprofit organization that rescues primarily first-time homeless families and their pets and helps them return to independence, received a donation of hundreds of linens from Great Wolf Lodge Arizona.
(ABC15 Arizona- April 20, 2020) – With COVID-19 turning home into the workplace nationwide, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on the Best States for Working from Home, as well as accompanying videos, in order to highlight which areas are thriving and which are struggling in this pandemic economy.
(AZ Big Media – April 21, 2020) – The West Valley continues to be the place of growth in the Phoenix Metro region. The first quarter of 2020 started strong. While the immediate future remains uncertain, West Valley leaders are optimistic that growth will continue bringing new employment opportunities.
(Phoenix Business Journal – April 30, 2020) – The Phoenix metro ranked No. 15 in the nation in 2019 tech employment, with tech firms making a $25.8 billion impact on the local economy as the sector continued its growth trend both in the Valley and statewide, a new industry analysis shows.
(Arizona Republic – May 12, 2020) – Record 12 ASU teams earn NCAA Academic Progress Rate recognition, second in Pac-12 behind Stanford.
(AZ Big Media – April 21, 2020) – The Translational Genomics Research Institute on April 8 announced the formation of the Arizona COVID-19 Genomics Union, dedicated to understanding the evolution and spread of the novel coronavirus that causes the respiratory disease. They hope that through their work, Arizona will be a key player in slowing the pandemic.
(Arizona Republic – May 12, 2020) – Orlando is considered an option. So is Las Vegas. What about Phoenix? The NBA is looking at cities to host playoff games if the league resumes the 2019-20 season, on hold since March 11 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
(AZ Big Media – April 25, 2020) – The network of BASIS Charter Schools once again ranked among the best in the nation – both as a network, and among individual schools which were eligible for this year’s rankings — with a record nine campuses in the top 91 schools in the United States, out of more than 24,000 public schools assessed by U.S. News & World Report.