Back in the day, businesses and advertisers were trying to figure out how best to market to baby boomers and get them to spend their money. Today, advertisers and marketers are trying to figure how to get millennials to spend.
It can be a challenge for farms to find local labor. In California, for example, the LA Times reported farmers have offered to pay higher than the minimum wage; some have also offered health insurance, paid vacation and 401(k) plans.
On Thursday, the Arizona Board of Regents is expected to set the final tuition and fees for the state’s three public universities. Some students are not happy about any sort of hike, no matter how small.
With the Senate investigation into Russian interference in the election underway, skeptics are concerned that partisanship could interrupt an aggressive inquiry into the matter. But leaders say that the bipartisan committee's efforts are going well.
Walking along the trails near Claremont Canyon Road in Oakland, California, the air smells faintly minty — kind of like Vicks VapoRub. The eucalyptus trees — with their long, narrow, shiny leaves — can grow more than 100 feet high and create a beautiful shade canopy.
Violence increased in Mexico in 2016. The country’s homicide rate increased by more than 18 percent in one of the bloodiest years of the country’s decade-long drug war, according to a report released Tuesday.
Pilots with Mesa Airlines have requested mediation services from the National Mediation Board to help settle a six-year-long contract negotiation. The pilots are asking that their pay and benefits be more in line with industry averages.
More Gen Xers are buying and selling homes and that’s important for the market, according to the National Association of Realtors. The group’s latest research finds the generation sandwiched between millennials and baby boomers made up nearly 30 percent of recent buyers.
Prescott has been looking for ways to pay roughly a $80 million liability to the Arizona public safety pension system, so it’s pushing forward with a land sale, and a proposed sales tax. that could generate millions.
After a quarter century, the publishers of Norte, a major Ciudad Juarez newspaper, announced Sunday that the paper was closing down. Its editor attributed the closing to the murder of a respected journalist, Miroslava Breach, who once worked for Norte newspaper.
Bill Kurtis reads three quotes from the week’s news: Invisi-bill, Scaredy Spice, Prime Purchase. Our panelists read three stories about someone with a real good reason to move out of their house, only one of which is true.