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Gone in 2022: Remembering those we lost in the Valley business community

Business Journal 28 Dec 2022
The Phoenix metro lost several well-known business leaders during the year. Those who died this year worked in fields such as law, medicine, real estate, PR and more. Here are some of the notable execs who passed away in 2022 ... .

Building the Valley: Business booms for Laurel Awning Co. at former Lee's Lanes in Parks Township

Pittsburgh Tribune Review 19 Jul 2022
The family-owned business, last located in Oklahoma Borough, bought the old Lee’s Lanes in 2018 when it went up for sheriff’s sale for $275,000 ... “The move made every aspect of our business more efficient,” said Greg Schmieler, company president ... The business has been booming, according to Schmieler.

The Valley Business Broker Steve Barnett helps evaluate and Grow Business post-pandemic

The Call 22 Oct 2020
The time is now to take the steps necessary to accurately assess your business value and plan for a successful transition ... Time is wasting, arm the business with information and enjoy one's work life! ... Known as “The Valley Business Broker”, Steve serves Los Angeles and Ventura Counties ... The Valley Business Broker.

FROM THE VALLEY: Business in the front, party in the back

Niagara Gazette 10 Jan 2019
One question. If “the wall” is going to stop illegal drugs from entering our country, then how do pot, cocaine, meth and heroin get inside prison walls? ....

Religion news in the Valley: Busy week planned for first week of Ramadan

Fresno Bee 28 Jun 2014
Central San Joaquin Valley Muslims are preparing for a busy first week of Ramadan, which starts tonight. Ramadan is the ninth month of the Muslim year, a period of daily fasting for 29 to 30 days from sunrise to sunset. During the first week, Muslims will gather with other community members at the Ramadan Night of Spirituality event at 6.30 p.m.

Former Mexican President Vicente Fox speaks at Hope of the Valley Business Forum

LA Daily News 10 May 2012
Former Mexican President Vicente Fox headlined the first Hope of the Valley Business Forum at the Odyssey restaurant on Wednesday night ... The panel expanded on Fox's speech, as well as discussed the role of businesses within the communities they serve ... The event was a major ...

Bay Area assesses damage / THE VALLEY: / Business abruptly halts, but strong rebound expected

San Francisco Chronicle 12 Sep 2001
But an analyst said the valley may soon see a flurry of demand for its technology, especially as the nation's leaders respond to the threat of terrorism and war ... "It could actually be that the valley benefits from this more than it gets hurt, unless the valley itself becomes a target," Enderle said.

Festival time in the Valley: Businesses trek back to past for Eighth Avenue Days

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette 01 Aug 2001
The historic ... A preview of the Steel Valley Arts Council's second exhibition will be held tomorrow from noon to 5 p.m ... This exhibit of the diversity of Steel Valley artists' styles follows a successful first exhibit in June and July, which featured contemporary artists.

Grove confident of tech's growth as long as money keeps flowing Intel chairman reflects on the slump and the valley's business appeal

Siliconvalley online 22 May 2001
In this edited interview with Mercury News writers Dan Gillmor, Therese Poletti and John Fensterwald, Grove discusses the state of the Internet revolution, Silicon Valley's business appeal and, of course, what he's paranoid about today. QWas this a bubble, in a classic sense, that the valley went through?.

Winter Texans reach the Valley Visitors: The Valley businesses welcome tourists.

The Brownsville Herald 04 Dec 2000
Valley Morning Star. MATAMOROS The new, colorful street posters hang along the main street,. Alvaro Obregon Avenue, announcing the arrival of a new season ... this Mexican city across the Rio Grande from Brownsville. The signs are part of a promotional campaign funded by the city government,. merchants and Corona Beer aimed at making the U.S.
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