The opportunity to travel abroad excites many young people, but few actually get the chance to... | Article from Daily News (Los Angeles, CA) February 23, 1995
Tara Thomas, a Cal Lutheran high jumper and middle distance runner, has had some of the best... | Article from Daily News (Los Angeles, CA) March 22, 1995
The Moorpark High girls' basketball team is truly a family affair. With former head coach... | Article from Daily News (Los Angeles, CA) January 4, 1995
Shaina Christensen told her coach, Bill Gemberling, not to worry, she would win the 100-meter... | Article from Daily News (Los Angeles, CA) April 25, 1995
Westlake High freshmen Lori King and Kim Riles had to be coaxed into playing youth basketball,... | Article from Daily News (Los Angeles, CA) January 25, 1995
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Online M.B.A. programs are popping up all over. But are they right for you? About 200 accredited schools now offer master of business administration degrees over the Internet, compared with only three in 1989, according to educational research firm Eduventures Inc. The population of online M.B.A.
Janna Braun Arizona Business GazetteJul. 8, 2004 12:00 AM If you're not spending enough time interviewing potential employees, you may be hurting your company's chances of success. Nadine Cummins, executive director of HR Support, a Tempe-based human resources consulting firm, says one of the biggest blunders small companies make is hiring the wrong person.
Businesses that hire employees without screening them are vulnerable to all kinds of problems, ranging from lawsuits to bankruptcy.
Janna Braun Arizona Business GazetteAug. 19, 2004 12:00 AM After two years of extensive renovations, the old Phoenix Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse at 230 N. First Ave. is scheduled to reopen with new tenants at the end of August.
Janna Braun Arizona Business GazetteSept. 9, 2004 12:00 AM Rick Talley spends most of his Sundays scouring the Internet for good real estate deals. The Yuma resident says he will stay online anywhere from eight to 12 hours each Sunday searching for properties that meet his criteria.
Merger lets Lex Solutio reach for new heights Janna Braun Arizona Business GazetteSept. 9, 2004 12:00 AM When Kim Taylor entered college in 1983, he had a love for computers and a need to make some money. But he didn't get a job that suited his hobby.