Televerde's Chief Responsibility Officer Michelle Cirocco was the keynote speaker at the Economic Club of Phoenix luncheon Feb. 5, where she shared the organization's commitment to its team — half of which sits behind prison walls.

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New consulting program offered at ASU

The need for digital business analysts is in demand and growing. That's why information systems faculty will provide instruction in a new certificate co-developed by ASU and Cognizant, a leading provider of information technology, consulting, and business process services.

Future of Suns, Diamondbacks in downtown Phoenix causing angst

The city and business owners worry about what to expect if the teams leave, but Executive Director of the MRED program Mark Stapp says though businesses around the arena could be affected, they don't rely solely on it.

New development could bring 300,000 residents to far West Valley

Douglas Ranch would include homes, a university, schools, retail, offices, parks, and more. Professor of Real Estate and Executive Director of the MRED program Mark Stapp shares what impact it will have on the area west of the White Tank Mountains.

How product recalls spread through the supply chain

Contaminated or damaged goods get taken off the shelves and reported to the public almost every day. Here's a short breakdown of the costs and complexities, and quality and safety measures of this system.

The chart that shows the financial peril facing federal workers

Professor of Economics and Rondthaler Chair Daniel Silverman and his co-authors found that a vast majority of government employees don’t have enough money in the bank to cover expenses for two weeks.