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What are Northern Arizonans Predicting for 2012?

January always brings customary predictions for what the New Year will hold. While some laugh at Doomsday prophesies based on Mayan calendars, others are concerned about the election year, the economy or business opportunities. One thing is for sure, 2012 offers an abundance of events ripe for prognostication. Flagstaff Business News asked Northern Arizonans what […]

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Customers Seeking Relief From Bank Fees

As news of new and steeper banking fees has swept the nation, so has speculation that there will be a mass exodus to credit unions, which, because of their unique missions, are more likely to hold off on such charges. So far, the movement of customers from banks to credit unions in Northern Arizona is […]

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Helping Steer Flagstaff’s Future

Stephanie McKinney is one of those people who, after talking to her for five minutes, you feel you’ve known forever. Effervescent and energetic might be two other ways to describe this dynamic community leader. Her day job is serving as vice president for business development at the National Bank of Arizona, where she helps fit […]

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Partnerships Creating Successful Business Models

As Northern Arizona University prepares for a new semester, partnerships continue to play a big role in the campus progress. It is no secret that many public sector organizations are facing challenging financial issues and looking for ways to augment their budgets. Public-private partnerships are one solution that is now being used in a wide […]

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GPEC Deciding to Maintain Direction

The leadership of the Greater Phoenix Economic Council says they have persuaded current president, Barry Broome to continue with the organization. In an announcement released today, Chairman William Pepicello attributes much of the success of the Greater Phoenix Economic Council and the past year of corporate relocations and Arizona job creation to Broome’s leadership.  “In […]

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Luncheon Focusing on Immigration Law

May 26  Employers and investors will learn from Chris Brejle.  He is past president of the Immigration Section of the State Bar of Arizona and a past chairperson of the Arizona Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.  Brejle will cover topics including:  Basic business and employment immigration concepts and terminology Overview of the most common […]

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Moving Toward Semi-Public University

Northern Arizona University is reinventing itself as a semi-public institution amid record enrollment increases and diminishing state support, President John Haeger said during a public forum  at the High Country Conference Center. More than 200 people attended the event to hear the president address how the university will mitigate the $30 million cut  for FY2012, […]

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