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It may be a warm winter this year but it’s difficult to deny that the weather feels absolutely beautiful in most of the state right now. If you’re looking forward to a weekend away and you enjoy wine, then you’ll want to book a stay at this unique bed and breakfast in Arizona’s Verde Valley.Read More
You know the feeling: You’ve just wrapped up a wonderful vacation and now you’re going through withdrawals as you head back home to the drudgeries of the everyday working world. While there may be no way to escape your job short of winning the lottery, more and more people are hanging onto a little piece of their vacation by investing in a second home.Read More
You can tell it’s winter in Arizona’s deserts. The day temperatures are cooler and the sun’s harsh rays feel less intense than the rest of the year. If you’re looking to hit the trails this winter, then you’ll want to check out these hiking trails in our deserts.Read More
While many other states around the country are buried under snow, Arizona’s southern regions typically see mild weather. Cool days, cold nights, and plenty of sun. Sounds like the perfect way to spend winter, does it not? Our agricultural fields certainly seem to think so!Read More
Intel chief executive Brian Krzanich announced in a meeting with President Donald Trump in the Oval Office on Wednesday, February 8th, that the company will be investing $7 billion in a factory in Chandler, Arizona.
Over the next three to four years, Intel's investment would complete a previous plant, Fab 42, employ up to 3,000 people and produce 7 nanometer chips which will be "the most powerful computer chips on the planet".
Krzanich adds that most Intel manufacturing happens in the U.S. "America has a unique combination of talent, a vibrant business environment and access to global markets, which has enabled U.S. companies like Intel to foster economic growth and innovation. Our factories support jobs — high-wage, high-tech manufacturing jobs that are the economic engines of the states where they are located."Read More