Business and Economics

Tucson Aims For More Business in Mexico

Sep 5, 2017 Local business leaders formally working with Mexican companies.

'Mini-Spike' in AZ Gas Prices After Hurricane Harvey Expected to Pass Quickly

Sep 5, 2017 An industry analyst says a significant rise isn't expected, and prices should return to normal by the end of the month.

Arizona Reps Implore NAFTA Negotiators to Leave Imported Mexican Produce Alone

Sep 4, 2017 The issue centers on the cost of winter tomatoes.

Plan to Update Douglas Port of Entry Closer To Reality

Aug 31, 2017 The U.S. House is getting behind the plan, said Rep. Martha McSally.

Episode 152: The Return of Students, and a Lively Events Calendar

Aug 25, 2017 The UA has a new president. See what's new as the school year gets started.

IRS Scam Calls Target Southern Arizona

Aug 22, 2017 Callers threaten you with arrest or legal action unless you pay up.

Chinese Company to Test Driverless Trucks in Tucson

Aug 21, 2017 TuSimple hopes to complete its pilot run by the end of next year.

Coming up for Air: Homeowner Equity on the Rise in Tucson

Aug 21, 2017 The number of equity-rich homeowners is up, and 'underwater' homes are down.

Arizona Unemployment Stays Flat; Wages Up

Aug 17, 2017 Seasonal job shedding continues from June, while hourly earnings are on the rise.

Hispanic Chamber: Immigration Bill Could Hurt Local Economy

Aug 17, 2017 Changes with the RAISE Act could lower the area's access to workers who fill manual labor jobs.

NAFTA Negotiations Off to a Bumpy Start

Aug 16, 2017 The U.S. wants manufacturing jobs moved back from Mexico.

Tucson Housing Market Enters Seasonal Slowdown Strong

Aug 16, 2017 Indicators take month-to-month dive, but are up year-to-year.

Get Ready for the Real Test for New Labor Laws, Business Leaders Say

Aug 14, 2017 Business owners will get their first taste of how paid sick leave and minimum wage affect businesses during peak season.

Tubac Sees Upswing in Home Sales

Aug 11, 2017 Archeologists say signs of settlement go back 11,000 years.

Low Staffing Levels at Arizona Prisons Could Lead to Big Fines

Aug 9, 2017 The state's for-profit contractor is simply paying fines rather than fully staffing health care positions in prisons, a judge says.

Remittances to Mexico Continue Growth to Record High

Aug 9, 2017 Migrants sent almost $14 billion to Mexico in the first half of the year.

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