Category: GPC in the News

Read the latest media interviews and news articles on the Greater Phoenix Chamber.

Prop. 106 balances Phoenix pension debt on kids and seniors. That’s unfair

Phoenicians are being asked to vote on Proposition 106, which takes a reckless approach to a long-term pension obligation and turns it...

08/14/2019

Amazon’s $700M plan to retrain employees could benefit Arizona workers

Amazon announced this week a $700 million plan to retrain 100,000 workers by 2025, a third of its workforce. The plan...

08/14/2019

Greater Phoenix Chamber announces new board members

The Greater Phoenix Chamber has announced its board of directors for fiscal year 2020. Mike Hummel, general manager and CEO...

08/12/2019

Por tu Salud: Phoenix wellness program aiming to help more people

PHOENIX — Phoenix leaders have launched a wellness program to help better reach the Hispanic community. It’s called “Por tu...

08/01/2019

Phoenix Chamber opposes both ballot propositions for Aug. 27 vote

The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce has come out against the two propositions being placed before voters in the Aug. 27 special...

06/27/2019

My View: It’s time to bring clarity to event, spending reporting

The Greater Phoenix Chamber is championing House Bill 2038, an expenditure reporting bill that provides legislative clarity to charities, businesses...

03/18/2019

Closing communication gap for employers

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation is continuing to improve the pipeline between employers, workers and education and training providers...

03/14/2019

Governor Ducey announces innovative program supporting employment of individuals with autism; hundreds of jobs projected

For Immediate Release Rachael Myer Curley, DRA Collective 602.956.8834, x 125 Rachael@DRACollective.com The Precisionists, Inc. Media Contact: Patricia Pfarrer, 302.588.2353...

02/12/2019

UA, NAU presidents back ASU against attorney general in real estate lawsuit

Arizona’s three state university presidents presented a united front Friday after a surprise lawsuit from the state attorney general went...

01/15/2019

University presidents weigh in on Arizona business

The presidents of Arizona’s public universities discussed the relationship between the business community and the university system at Valley Voices:...

01/15/2019