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Renovations should result in shorter waits at Mariposa, but staffing issues remain.
The impact was more than $41 million last year, new report says.
To some of us in Southern Arizona, the state’s sudden embrace of cross-border trade is a bit jarring.
The "hangover" from the Great Recession will likely be felt for another year before Tucson recovers fully, economists say.
Cities and regions will fight for workers, there won't be enough caregivers for retirees, the ranks of the unskilled and unemployed will grow and the region's infrastructure will crumble unless Tucson redefines its economic base.
After years of working in a hobbled commercial real estate
market, brokers don't anticipate rapid improvement any time
"Anybody can run a business in a boom time," says Dana Pulsifer,
above, working on a new laser-etched design on marble at Laser Art
Imaging, a business he is launching with his wife.
Consumer spending is still sluggish, unemployment remains high
and it seems like every week another local company closes its
Alonzo Williams and his wife qualified for a Small Business
Administration loan to start their Planet Smoothie store at 7315 N.