Dr. Bob Duke and Dr. Art Markman discuss what's known as "imposter syndrome" — the practice of pretending to be the person you want people to see you as rather than who you truly are — and explain why it may just be better to start working toward your goals instead of faking it.
An attorney for the ousted director of Arizona's Department of Economic Security is demanding that the state pay $5.1 million for releasing a police investigation report he claims is false and malicious.
Eight years after the Great Recession ended, we’re seeing low unemployment, but many workers aren’t seeing their paychecks increase much. We continue our series “Phoenix at Work” with a look at one group hit especially hard.
Developers of Agritopia, a suburban community in Gilbert, plan to invest $70.3 million in the project’s next phase called Agritopia Epicenter. The Gilbert Town Council is set to vote on a development that includes $1.3 million in reimbursements for nearby infrastructure improvements and other fees.
The company says the expansion, encompassing 2.3 million square feet, will bring an estimated 300 jobs to the city. The jobs include data entry, shipping, warehouse work and online customer service representatives.
“I think it was an important factor. I think just having the support from the town of Gilbert really meant a lot for GoDaddy,” said Calvin Crowder, vice president of Global Real Estate, on the company’s decision to remain in Gilbert.