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Gov. Jan Brewer pushes her high-heeled shoe into wet clay as part of what effectively served as a groundbreaking ceremony for an expanded operation of web site host Go Daddy in Tempe. The company, headed by CEO Blake Irving, next to her, plans to move some workers from an existing facility but anticipates adding 300 new workers over the next few years. [Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services]
Web-hosting giant Go Daddy announced Tuesday it will be expanding its operations in Arizona, adding 300 employees.
Gov. Jan Brewer pushes her high-heeled shoe into wet clay as part of what effectively served as a groundbreaking ceremony for an expanded operation of web site host Go Daddy in Tempe. The company plans to move some workers from an existing facility but anticipates adding 300 new workers over the next few years.
Just after the school bell rang last Friday morning, Kyrene de la Sierra Elementary Principal Dave Maloney headed straight for his school’s media center to do live morning announcements.
With the housing recovery gaining steam, Americans have more incentives to paint up, touch up and otherwise redecorate their homes. But there’s no need to spend willy-nilly.
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Arizonans who have to seek protection from creditors in bankruptcy court soon will be able to hang on to more of what they own.
Q: I would like to print from my Gmail account on my iPhone or iPad to my printer, but it doesn’t come up in Apple’s print option on either (device). Any suggestions? — Daryl
Q: I saw your video on how to turn off in-app purchases (http://youtu.be/9P4wFB6d7gM), but what if I want to allow my son to buy age appropriate items on his iPod touch, but limit how much he can spend? — Daniel
Saying it's nobody business, state lawmakers are poised to keep local governments -- and anyone else -- from finding out who owns a gun.
As the Internet continues its growth and small business works its way into today’s social realms, plenty of questions continue to arise.
State lawmakers are moving to cut by half what cities and counties have to pay to publish their legal notices.
A new legislative proposal on publication requirements for legal notices could pit large papers against small ones and dailies against weeklies -- all at a potential higher cost to taxpayers.
I am trying to find a way to legally copy DVDs we own to an external hard drive for storage connected to my laptop. When we take long road trips it would be nice to not have to haul all our movies along. — Bill
Q: I use Microsoft Security Essentials as my “seatbelt” for protection, plus I am as careful as possible. Is this enough or should I get Trend Micro. Not both, right? — Jonathan
Saying the money can be better used, members of a House panel voted Thursday to let cities and counties put their legal notices online instead of in newspapers.
State lawmakers are moving to ensure that your Facebook password is none of your boss's business.
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The Ahwatukee Foothills Chamber of Commerce thanked influential mentors, volunteers and businesses during its 14th Annual Chamber Day of Champions awards breakfast Friday morning.
Now that the holidays have passed along with your desire to keep the multitude of resolutions you made New Year’s Day, you may be wondering what you can do to fill the void left by Old Saint Nick and the football season. How about upgrading your computers? If your only remaining New Year’s resolution is to upgrade, there may be some things you need to consider before running out to Sam’s Club and getting one off the shelf.
Valley high school juniors and seniors are invited to attend “Cougar Day,” an annual college preview at South Mountain Community College on Feb. 8.
Saying students are getting only one side of the debate, a state senators wants to free teachers to tell students why they believe there is no such thing human-caused "global warming.''
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