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Jason's Deli closes store near Chandler Fashion Center

The Jason’s Deli on Frye Road across from the Chandler Fashion Center mall has closed. The one near Ray Road and 54th Street in Chandler remains open. Via news360.com The store’s windows are covered and the southeast Valley location has been removed from the deli’s website. A Jason’s Deli spokeswoman provided this statement when contacted by azcentral.com: “We tremendously enjoyed serving our guests at our Chandler Mall deli. With our

The Business of Water Conservation

Our conservation habits may lead cities to increase rates or encourage development to sustain revenue Read more at azcentral.com Households in Maricopa County are expected to use less and less  water through 2020 and into the next decade, according to a recent study. “Customers across the industry should expect that water will become more expensive.” That may lead some cities to raise water rates or encourage growth to sustain revenue. Water demand

Top 10 Arizona business stories of 2016

In Arizona, some of the top business stories of 2016 stem from strong gains in such sectors as housing, defense and autos. Source: Top 10 Arizona business stories of 2016 The economy, stupid — be it up, down, rising, declining, stable, flat or growing — still dominates any debate over the state of the nation and its myriad geopolitical entities nearly 2½ decades after the sound bite was first uttered during the 1992 presidential

Phoenix, Valley cities rank in top 50 best cities for job seekers

NerdWallet conducted a study analyzing the 100 largest U.S. cities for the best cities to find work in. Source: NerdWallet: Phoenix, Valley cities rank in top 50 best cities for job seekers – Phoenix Business Journal In a recent NerdWallet ranking of the top cities for job seekers, Phoenix ranked 50th. Enlarge Phoenix JIM POULIN/PHOENIX BUSINESS JOURNAL Using the unemployment rate for the city, employed population growth, median annual earnings

CHANDLER — When John Chung opened his first restaurant, Gogi, in Chandler, only 10 percent of his customers were American. He was primarily focused on Korean consumers.   But that is no longer the case. “Now our main customers are Americans and Chinese. Families, friends and companies of all different groups now come to eat their meals here,” Chung said. And he said he’s not the only restaurant owner seeing

Adios, NAFTA?

Donald Trump took regular aim during his campaign of a trade deal that bolsters Arizona’s economy with about $30 billion in annual trade with Mexico. Donald Trump took regular aim during his campaign of a trade deal that bolsters Arizona’s economy with about $30 billion in annual trade with Mexico. He denounced the North American Free Trade Agreement as a “disaster” as he told voters from states where manufacturing had

Dow Jones: Arizona venture capital plummets to under $20M

Arizona did not have a good month in terms of raising capital. Whether it’s a ruffle in the venture market or a lot of proposals are still pending, Dow Jones VentureSource doesn’t say. What it does show bodes poorly. Arizona companies did not capitalize much in the third quarter, according to data from Dow Jones VentureSource. Companies seeking venture capital brought home checks totaling less than $17 million, compared to

REI relocates in arizona

The outdoor retailer will move its store sometime next year. Outdoors-focused retailer REI will move its Tempe store to a larger space in Chandler, reports The Arizona Republic. The Seattle-based retailer and co-op is relocating its store off Priest Drive and Southern Avenue in Tempe to the Chandler Pavilions shopping center about five miles south. That shopping center is off Interstate 10 between Chandler Boulevard and Ray Road. The new

Rogers Relocates to Chandler

With less than four weeks, Arizona Commerce, GPEC and Chandler pulled all hands on deck and this is the story of winning the Rogers Corporation headquarters relocation … and more. Call it scaling up on steroids. Rogers Corp. (NYSE:ROG), founded in 1832 — before Arizona became a territory — is leaving its namesake town and relocating its corporate headquarters to Chandler, Arizona. The company has a campus of proximate buildings