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Tribune Investigation - Part 2 of 4
October 29, 2006
Mesa’s Ross Farnsworth spent several decades as chairman and CEO of various Farnsworth Companies developing land and real estate projects, driven by his desire to help people and the community he loved.
Plans for a festival that would bring artists - and new money - to downtown Mesa began to take shape Monday night. A planning committee was formed and a starting date set.
Frank Lloyd Wright drew inspiration for his architecture from Scottsdale’s McDowell Mountains. Now his legacy will help protect those scenic Sonoran Desert peaks.
Here is a collection of thoughts and stories from those who've crossed paths (personally or professionally) with former Higley district athletic director Art Wagner, who died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound on May 15.
Tim Coughlin couldn’t live with one. Now he’s frustrated without one.
When Craig Barrett took over as chief executive officer of Intel Corp. in 1998, the Santa Clara, Calif.-based giant was the world’s largest semiconductor company.
Thirteen years ago, Don Ruff had what turned out to be a lucky idea for the Scottsdale Historical Museum. Ruff, a former vice president with Bank One, suggested a Scottsdale History Hall of Fame to fellow members of the Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce.
May 2, 2005
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Talented and filled with limitless energy, he was largely responsible for the beginning of the muscle-car era of the 1960s, engineering some of the most famous vehicles of the era.
Nominees for the Ahwatukee Foothills Chamber in Commerce Women in Business Palo Verde Award come from varied backgrounds and all levels of business experience. The annual award recognizes a female chamber member's personal achievements in business.
You spend weeks interviewing people about Michael Bidwill.
Arizona lawmakers will be dressed in their finest Monday as they convene this year’s legislative session at the state Capitol, but they’ll soon start paring Arizona down to its skivvies to balance a gaping midyear budget deficit.
The Tribune has received many Letters to the Editor dealing with issues in Tuesday's election. Not all the letters could be printed in the newspaper due to space constraints, so we are posting them online so our readers have a chance to see them all. Letters are separated by topics.