Highlighting charitable giving by Southern Arizona businesses.
Employees of Tucson-based social services provider Providence Service Corp. painted a hallway at Emerge Center Against Domestic Abuse during the company’s first International Day of Service on Sept. 12.
Tucson-based Providence to acquire Scottsdale provider of in-home care management.
Tucson-based Providence Service Corp. posted higher second-quarter earnings on revenues driven by growth in its social-services businesses and a recent acquisition.
A Tucson-based company has ended its contract to manage a foster-care system in Texas.
Tucson-based Sinfonía Healthcare Corp. has announced its first home-health expansion outside the State of Arizona with a new social- and medical-services firm in Virginia.
Tucson-based Providence Service Corp. has agreed to acquire Ingeus Limited, an Australia-based company that provides workforce development and related programs in 10 countries on four continents.
It looks like downtown’s monthly block party isn’t going anywhere.
A medication management software and business model developed by University of Arizona faculty and researchers has been acquired by SinfoníaRx, a new division of Tucson startup Sinfonía HealthCare Corp.
Tucson-based Providence Service Corp. on Wednesday posted higher third-quarter earnings on higher profit margins in its non-emergency transportation business, but its revenue fell slightly on changes to transportation contracts.
Tucson-based Providence Service Corp. reported Wednesday that its second-quarter earnings more than quadrupled on improved profit margins, handily beating Wall Street expectations.
Tucson-based Providence Service Corp. reported today that its second-quarter earnings more than quadrupled on improved profit margins, handily beating Wall Street expectations.
Sinfonia HealthCare Corp., a new home health-care company launched by former Providence Service Corp. CEO Fletcher McCusker, has signed an agreement to acquire AirVida, a Tucson-based oxygen and pulmonary supply company.
Tucson-based social services provider Providence Service Corp. posted higher first-quarter profits Wednesday on growth in its non-emergency transportation business.
Tucson-based social services provider Providence Service Corp. posted higher first-quarter profits today on growth in its non-emergency transportation business.
Tucson-based social services provider Providence Service Corp. today reported slightly lower fourth-quarter profits, partly because of payments to two executives who left the company, but revenues beat Wall Street estimates.
started Providence Service Corp. in 1996, The firm is listed on Nasdaq.
Fletcher McCusker, founder, chairman and CEO of Tucson-based Providence Service Corp., will retire from the company by the end of the year to pursue other interests - including his efforts to boost downtown redevelopment.