The Money Source Recognized as a Top National Mortgage Employer

The Money Source Feb. 27, 2017

The Money Source, a rapidly expanding national mortgage lender and mortgage loan servicer based in New York, has been recognized as one of America’s Top Mortgage Employers by National Mortgage Professional Magazine. National Mortgage Professional Magazine polled mortgage employees across the country to determine honorees — based on criteria identified by their Mortgage Employer Company… [More]

Ted Anderson Named Ad Person of the Year at 32nd Annual ADDY Awards

ANDERSON Advertising & Public Relations Feb. 24, 2017

Ted Anderson, president and CEO of ANDERSON Advertising & Public Relations, was named Ad Person of the Year at the 32nd Annual Phoenix ADDY Awards Gala. The award, given by the Phoenix Ad Club, the Phoenix chapter of the American Advertising Federation (AAF), was presented on February 23 in front of almost 400 of the… [More]

Withey Morris PLC Promotes Adam Baugh to Owner

Withey Morris PLC Feb. 23, 2017

Withey Morris, a prominent Arizona land use law firm for nearly 20 years, promoted Adam Baugh from partner to owner. Baugh joined Withey Morris in 2007 as an associate attorney. His specialties include working with cities and neighborhoods on behalf of development clients to obtain zoning and land use entitlements, business approvals and liquor licenses.… [More]

Dave Crawford of Sundt Construction Receives Legacy Award

Sundt Construction Feb. 6, 2017

Dave Crawford, the recently retired CEO of Sundt Construction, has been honored with the 2017 Legacy Award from Engineering News-Record, Southwest. Crawford began his career with Sundt Construction in 1968 as a field worker while he earned his civil engineering degree from the University of Arizona. He rose through the ranks, filling a variety of… [More]

Louie Moses, Moses, Inc.

from Louie Moses

Behind every successful company is a solid connection to its consumer, and that takes effective marketing. It’s the last legal means to gain an unfair advantage over your competition. As a card-carrying creative person, I’ve spent my entire career coming up with ideas and connecting great companies with their consumers. There’s never been a time… [More]

Real Estate: The Surprising Cost of Inaction 

by Tammy Carr

With real estate and facilities as two of the largest expenses (and assets) for the average organization, it may be surprising to learn a sizable portion of that spend is going toward wasted energy and lost productivity associated with unsuitable and inefficient performance of the physical work environments. This is not just an issue for… [More]

Corporate Tax Reform: It’s Not Big Business vs Small Business 

by Joe Kennedy

Reforming the U.S. corporate tax system could provide a major boost to U.S. economic growth and competitiveness, but progress continues to stall due in large part to small-business advocates who claim that corporate-only reform is unfair and economically harmful. Our studies have found significant flaws in their arguments. Corporate tax reform is one of the… [More]

The Art and Science of Fundraising Campaigns

by Richard Tollefson 

Successful fundraising campaigns don’t happen without planning. In the early stages, they draw heavily upon discipline, rigor, organizational tools and processes — the science of good campaigns. Art also plays a crucial role — the art of adaptation and fluidity. No one knows that more than San Diego State University’s Mary Ruth Carleton, vice president… [More]

David Richardson: Shifting Course to Meet Evolving Needs

by Linda Capcara 

For nearly 30 years, nonprofit credit counseling and debt management agencies such as Phoenix-based Take Charge America have helped consumers nationwide repay millions in credit card debt while educating them about the path to long-term financial independence. The core of the business model has remained largely the same, yet with the introduction of newer technologies… [More]

E-Fraud Risk in Global Retail

by Cleveland Brown

Online shopping has become a mainstay for consumers. In 2016, e-commerce spending exceeded $22 trillion. By 2025, an additional 1.8 billion consumers will enter the market, spending an estimated $30 trillion. Because the Internet is a borderless world, international e-commerce is expected to grow significantly in the coming years. In fact, just 40 percent of… [More]