The lap of luxury

The lap of luxury

Opulent resorts spend big on upgrades to beckon guests By Mike Butler Airpark-area resorts are the pistons of the region’s tourism engine, racing to attract individual leisure travelers and corporate teams by the hordes, especially now that the Valley’s cultural and sporting [...]

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It’s a festival

It’s a festival

Birds Nest broadens its scope and doubles its acts By Christina Fuoco-Karasinski The Waste Management Phoenix Open often is referred to as “The Greatest Show on Grass.” But after the final putt is made each day at TPC Scottsdale, the greatest show after [...]

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Would you like to buy a used jet?

Would you like to buy a used jet?

People around the world are putting their trust in Empire Aviation’s affable chief By Lee Shappell Gary Wright doesn’t come across as a slave to corporate America. From his open-collar shirt to his breezy, down-home way, Wright, director of Empire Aviation USA’s used-jet [...]

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Accidents and you

Accidents and you

Being involved in a collision has become a fact of life in our motor-vehicle oriented society. In 2015, there were more than 116,000 motor-vehicle crashes in Arizona, resulting in more than 30,000 injuries. This was an increase over the prior year. Nearly [...]

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Second to None

Second to None

As Russo and Steele settles into new digs for 2017, will it finally move away from comparisons to that ‘other’ collector-car auction? By Jimmy Magahern Drew Alcazar admits he’s been on a bit of a spending spree. Getting his classic auto auction, Russo [...]

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Is the Trump rally credible and sustainable?

Is the Trump rally credible and sustainable?

Only 2 sectors up, bonds on big loss By Thomas K. Brueckner Are you becoming convinced that the upcoming implementation of President-elect Trump’s economic plan will guarantee the continuation of our nearly 8-year-old bull market in stocks? If so, there are some significant [...]

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