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NEW YORK — Was a losing team bullied? Is your angry spouse a bully? How about that co-worker who's always criticizing you? Or the politicians who forced a government shutdown?
“Now that our debt exceeds that of the entire Eurozone and United Kingdom’s combined debt, every taxpayer in America should be ready to vote the Grey Beards out of Washington regardless of political party. Harvard graduates have proven that they don’t understand the first thing about economics. If we don’t change things very soon we won’t have to worry about it because the Chinese will come in and give us a lesson in basic economics.”
WASHINGTON — Glued to your desk at work? Cross that off the list of reasons not to exercise.
The state board charged with regulating beauty salons and those who practice there has “inconsistent” inspection procedures that “put public health at risk,” according to a new report.
There are few stories as disheartening as those of Good Samaritans who come to the rescue of others – only to have kindness repaid with a nasty lawsuit. The first inclination for many is to help our fellow man, yet, as director of the Arizona Division of Occupational Safety and Health (ADOSH), I’m often asked “should I help or stay out of the way?”
PHOENIX — Don't look for the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry to give up this coming year on its perennial bid to limit how union dues can be used to affect politics.
This Tuesday, Aug. 27, will be the final day to vote in the Phoenix City Council election.
Sen. John McCain is trying to convince Arizona business leaders to support immigration reform by touting its impact on the state's economy.
In attending and speaking at the Aug. 1 Gilbert Town Council meeting, was appalled at what took place. I was there to speak against an issue of being in compliance with state law in having guns in public buildings. Two council members wanted to have the right for all to be able to arm themselves in public buildings — including the town council chambers.
When Kitty Wo’s eldest daughter started at Scripps College in California in 2002, “we thought a liberal arts education would be a wonderful thing,” she said. “There was no pressure.”
In today’s constantly evolving workplace, personal career management must be a priority for anyone who wants to achieve success in their career — including women.
I have never been one to consider my gender to be a factor when it comes to my career. I am a firm believer that my actions and work ethic bear a far greater impact on my success. I’m not saying that being a woman in business doesn’t change the game a bit — especially when it comes to how my actions are perceived — but it certainly has no place in my daily thought process or leadership efforts.
With more women rising to top positions in business and government, the topic of women and their capacity for leadership has been all the buzz in the media lately.
NEW YORK — Pulling on the track jacket when the newscaster on the radio just said it was 7 a.m. and already 83 degrees felt a little weird. Maybe even crazy.
What educational goals are exactly being met by holding “Redneck Day” at a high school are uncertain.
Katherine Figueroa was 9 and watching television reports of a workplace raid in Phoenix when she saw video of her parents being hauled away by sheriff’s deputies.
Janet Napolitano has finally used her political connections to land a job for which she's qualified.
After a disappointing pledge campaign last year that fell short of its goal, Mesa United Way officials are pleased that this year’s effort ending June 30 has reached its $2.825 million target. But they’re not celebrating.
In Pixar's "Monsters University," a prequel to 2001 "Monsters, Inc.," our expert "scarers" to be — the wisecracking pipsqueak Mike Wazowski and the burly James B. Sullivan — are college freshmen with high aspirations.
NEW YORK — Laura Radocaj of Vero Beach, Fla., was warned when she was pregnant with twins that motherhood would be harder than she imagined — especially because she planned to go back to work while the twins were still babies. "But this has been the easiest transition," said Radocaj, 28, who works from home in corporate communications.
Imagine you are a 19-year-old Marine. You are riding in a Humvee with four other Marines — your friends — when an improvised explosive device (IED) explodes.
Time marches on.