David Crowe and Claudia Zanes to be honored.
Tucson-based The Offshore Group hosts this week's expo in Empalme.
More than 3,800 employees and 591 robots have Ford Motor Co.’s Hermosillo plant operating at maximum capacity.
Southern Arizona used to be part of Mexico before the Gadsden Purchase of 1854.
The Arizona-Sonora Business Resource Guide, which features the manufacturing products and services available in the region, was unveiled at an event Wednesday morning.
A bill that would create a new kind of job-training program to help the unemployed get back to work faster is advancing in the Arizona Senate.
A new business-led campaign that aims to provide all children with access to a grade-A-level school has been launched across the state.
A new campaign that aims to provide all children access to a grade "A"-level school has launched across the state.
Manufacturers looking to reduce transportation costs by utilizing a shorter supply chain are signing up for the inaugural Arizona-Sonora Business Resource Guide.
If the quality of Tucson’s future is determined by the strength of its future leaders, the community is in good hands, Mayor Jonathan Rothschild told this year’s 40 Under 40 award winners.
An insurance company executive and a University of Arizona epidemiologist were named man and woman of the year by the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce at the 40 Under 40 awards breakfast Wednesday morning.
Ricardo Cazares and Cecilia Mata have been named the 2013 Hispanic Business Man and Woman of the Year by the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
is Hispanic Chamber Business Woman of the Year
is Hispanic Chamber Business Man of the Year.
Julie Gallego-Gonzalez, founder and owner of Viva Performing Arts Center, has been teaching Tucson children Mexican folkloric dancing for more than 20 years.
Tannya Gaxiola tends to a customer at QuikHelp, a company she started to assist people in preparing legal documents in English or Spanish.
La Estrella de Tucsón, Cox Business and the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce have joined together to recognize two successful Latina entrepreneurs, Julie Gallego-Gonzalez and Tannya Gaxiola.
Julie Gallego (derecha) es una empresaria latina de Tucsón que será reconocida por Cox Businesses y la Cámara de Comercio Hispana de Tucsón. En la imagen, Julie imparte una clase de folclórico en su estudio Viva Performing Arts Center, el pasado 3 de junio.