$4,100 grant to boost students’ pursuit of technology

$4,100 grant to boost students’ pursuit of technology

By Diana Whittle As the global workplace becomes even more competitive, schools share in what has become a basic economic tenet: students who develop technology skills hold a much greater chance of landing jobs than their less-savvy counterparts. Affiliated with one of the world’s most recognizable financial-services companies, Dun & Bradstreet Credibility Corp. takes its […]

Past indiscretions, revisited

By Deborah Hilcove The news hit hard: Brian Williams, anchor of NBC’s Nightly News, had received an unpaid six-month suspension due to his acknowledged exaggeration of a helicopter episode in Iraq. The story reminded me of my onetime employer, Darrow J. “Duke” Tully, former publisher of The Arizona Republic and the Phoenix Gazette. As society […]

Sinema’s bi-partisan strategy scores points with chamber group

Sinema’s bi-partisan strategy scores points with chamber group

By Joyce Coronel Sometimes controversial U.S. Rep. Kyrsten Sinema seemed to walk on hallowed ground during her State of the District address to members of the Tempe Chamber of Commerce. Indeed, the cordial reception she received hardly could have been cast by a more welcoming audience. Elected to Congress in 2012, Sinema represents Arizona’s ninth […]