Letters state positives on Tucson growth, Pima College changes, abortion reversal procedure.
Dad's gift of item from IBM pavilion at 1963-64 World's Fair has potential value.
A revitalized clean-room practices lab at the University of Arizona aims to make its students more marketable for high-tech jobs after graduation.
The fifth annual Con-Nichiwa anime convention is settling into some bigger digs this year.
IBM said Monday it will keep 3,100 high-tech jobs in upstate New York and add 500 more in Buffalo, even as a union group expects the company to carry out another round of mass layoffs this week.
Just off Interstate 10, the University of Arizona Science and Technology Park sprawls across the desert, a bustling complex where some 7,000 workers report to work everyday at companies including tech giants IBM and Raytheon.
Throwing flying discs into targets seems like all fun and games.
This weekend, some 40 creative minds will get together in downtown Tucson to take innovative business ideas and push them along as far as possible in 54 hours to see if they’re viable.
The University of Arizona Science and Technology Park is home to several massive solar-energy projects as part of its Solar Zone demonstration project.
Major global layoffs under way by IBM Corp. are reportedly hitting the company’s Tucson operations, though the extent of the local cuts are unknown.
If opening the monthly water bill is the reason behind your high blood pressure, you might be able to dump the beta blockers in 2013.
A Tucson electronics company, a local tech startup and a solar-demonstration area at the University of Arizona Science and Technology Park and IBM Corp. are among the finalists for the 2012 Governor’s Celebration of Innovation Awards.
Hispanic Chamber awards scholarships
NEW YORK - It's the granddaddy of stock indexes, a centenarian that is spritely for its age. Since a near fatal fall in March 2009, it's nearly doubled.
IBM Corp. confirmed Friday that it has closed a customer-service call center in Tucson.
IBM Corp. confirmed that it has closed a customer-service call center in Tucson.
Rodney Adkins, a senior vice president at IBM, with one of IBM's new PureSystems units at a company lab in Research Triangle Park, N.C.
IBM Corp. has rolled out a new category of "expert integrated" systems it calls a major step forward in simplifying corporate computing.
Computing giant IBM Corp. has named a Tucson-based storage-technology expert one of seven new IBM Fellows, Big Blue's highest technical honor.
is IBM chief technology officer for disk storage.