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Here are the 10 most-read Business Journal stories of 2019

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By Greg Barr | Phoenix Business Journal

A surprising restaurant empire sale, a huge investment by a West Coast tech giant and a move by one of the world’s biggest apparel maker to set up shop in the West Valley were among the most-read online Phoenix Business Journal stories in 2019.

In a year that the Valley’s super-charged economy continued to fire on all cylinders, California businesses and residents continued to trek eastward to settle in the region and a pair of automotive manufacturers were getting started on huge production facilities in Pinal County, Business Journal reporters were on the front lines, bringing stories that matter the most to readers.

So here is a quick rundown of the 10 most popular PBJ stories of the year, based on online reader visits, in reverse order, including date of publication. Click on the story headline to read the original article:


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