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Land Lease in Place, Vector Looks to Future in Tucson

A company executive said plans are to build a factory in 2017, then start hiring staff.

Raytheon Begins its Expansion, Adding 2,000 at Tucson Plant

Tucson's largest private employer ready for new employees, buildings on South Side.

Rocket Manufacturer to Boost Tucson Economy with 200 Jobs

Vector Space Systems will add $225 million to the local GDP over the next five years.

Tucson's Exports Near $2.5 Billion in 2015

Tech industries helped push local businesses' worldwide trade.

UA Tech Park Welcomes Company to its Incubator

Hamilton Innovations aims to improve handicap-accessible telecommunications.

Solar Installers: Net Metering Limbo is Bad for Business

One solar installer sees layoffs coming with TEP's announcement that it will seek retroactive rate changes

AZ WEEK: Growing Arizona's Technology Sector

Growth sluggish, but will computers be newest addition to Arizona's five Cs?

Report Ranks Local Investment Group Among Most Active in U.S.

Desert Angels put more than $6.8 million in start ups in 2014

New Bill Would Establish Insurance Requirements for Ridesharing

Those using ride-for-hire apps would need insurance beyond personal plan

Arizona Leads in Solar Industry Jobs, With 7% Growth

More than 9,000 employed statewide, mostly as installers; that's third best in country.

Tucson Commercial Real Estate Outlook Mixed

Industrial opportunities on outskirts; office vacancies abound across metro area.

Business Incubator Announces First Winning Companies

Thryve Next hopes to build Tucson's tech industry through teaching investor pitches, networking, more.

Raytheon Receives $149M Contract From Israeli Defense Co.

Tucson's largest private employer will provide Rafael Advanced Systems with pieces for main missile used in Iron Dome.

Tucson Could Still Be Next Home for Tesla Factory

CEO announces company has broken ground in Reno, NV; Arizona is not out of the running yet, however.

Tucson Companies Among Those Receiving Tech Startup Grant

Awarded cash, special training for bringing their products to market, qualifying for larger programs.

AZ Utility to Pay $3.25M in Blackout Settlement

Arizona Public Service Co. maintenance failure left millions without power in Arizona, California, Mexico.

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