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RLG regulatory attorney Tom Galvin talks stopgaps as Scottsdale businesses struggle to survive

Posted by   /  March 31, 2020  /  Coronavirus, Coronavirus Task Force, Economy, Featured News  /  No Comments

By Wayne Schutsky | Scottsdale Progress On normal days, Melissa Fink finds herself preoccupied with glitter and glam as dozens of children celebrate birthdays, have tea parties and attend camps at her Scottsdale business that is dedicated to all things girly. But things have changed as the coronavirus has impacted businesses across all sectors, causing […]

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Valley business community rattled, but not beaten by coronavirus; Rose Law Group regulatory attorney Tom Galvin weighs in with week’s ‘key takeaway.’

Posted by   /  March 27, 2020  /  Coronavirus  /  No Comments

By Terrance Thornton | Daily Independent Business leaders report unprecedented measures, innovative ideas and a hyper-focus on the bottom line as the novel coronavirus — COVID-19 — wrecks havoc on all things commerce from corner to corner of the Valley of the Sun. Arizona’s economy thrives on tourism, business leaders explain. The service industry — […]

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What the CARES Act Means for Arizona Businesses

Posted by   /  March 25, 2020  /  Coronavirus, Coronavirus Task Force, Economy, Featured News  /  No Comments

By Eric Hill, Attorney at Rose Law Group Early this morning, Congressional leaders reached a deal regarding the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, also known as the ‘‘CARES” Act. The CARES Act, which is expected to be enacted later today, is a $2.0 trillion aid package that is among the most significant pieces […]

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I’m selling my business. How do I value it?

Posted by   /  January 21, 2020  /  Economy, Featured News, Real Estate  /  No Comments

By Rose Law Group Corporate Attorney Shruti Gurudanti for Rose Law Group Reporter You’ve operated your widget manufacturing business for over a decade and now you’re considering selling it and possibly moving to Honolulu to enjoy your hard-earned money. But then comes the million-dollar question: what is the business worth? Unfortunately, there isn’t one golden formula […]

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Arizona ranks high as state to start a business, but last in accessible financing

Posted by   /  July 2, 2018  /  Economy  /  No Comments

Adam McCann | WalletHub Starting a business is never easy. According to U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics data, about a fifth of all startups typically don’t survive past year one of operation, and nearly half never make it to their fifth anniversary. But startups fail for different reasons, a “bad location” among the most common. […]

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Builder Insider: How will housing draw in a new wave of talent and leaders?

Posted by   /  February 7, 2018  /  Real Estate  /  No Comments

By elevating a commodity business to the realm of bold, tech-driven performance and a people-serving culture, per our one-on-one with LP CEO Brad Southern. By John McManus | Builder It’s just a hunch, but our guess is that there are a lot of kids out there who fell asleep and dreamed last night of growing […]

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10 projects, 2 education options, 900 jobs coming to Glendale, other West Valley cities

Posted by   /  April 10, 2017  /  Economy, Government and Politics  /  No Comments

By Laura Gómez | The Republic West Valley mayors recently wrapped up the season for State of the City speeches. It was a time for city leaders to rave about their communities, share their visions for the future and, typical of the fast-growing West Valley, highlight major developments that will bring jobs and investment to […]

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The Enduring Myth That Government Should Be Run Like a Business

Posted by   /  December 15, 2016  /  Government and Politics  /  No Comments

The election of Donald Trump should remind us — again — of the vast difference between managing a company and running a government. By Philip Joyce | Governing There were many and varied reasons behind the election of Donald Trump as president, but certainly one argument, heard time and again, contributed to his appeal: that the […]

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Arizona business leaders work to strengthen ties with Mexico

Posted by   /  April 26, 2016  /  Economy, Government and Politics  /  No Comments

By Anthony Marroquin | Cronkite News Arizona and Mexico are moving forward and forging closer ties, despite heated presidential campaign rhetoric, according to some leading business and Republican leaders in the state. Some leaders in Arizona, known for anti-Mexican immigrant legislation, are challenging billionaire Donald Trump, the Republican presidential nominee frontrunner and his plan to […]

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