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Leading Employment Litigators Join Ballard Spahr

Jay Zweig and Melissa Costello – two attorneys with a combined five decades of experience representing businesses as employment law and commercial litigators – have joined Ballard Spahr’s Labor and Employment Group, Firm Chair Mark Stewart announced today. They will be based in Phoenix. Jay and Melissa have been active in advising clients on federal and…

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Jewish mom comes up with a shopping solution

Dating back to as early as 2007, numerous research studies and countless news sources have covered the story of filthy shopping carts and their potential for transferring dangerous microbes and diseases to helpless shoppers.  In fact, some of those studies even suggested that a shopping cart carries more germs than does a public toilet seat. “The amounts of bacteria found on shopping cart surfaces were…

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Shalom (Scott) Klein Joins Post Harvest Technologies Post Harvest Technologies, Inc. (PHT), an industry-leading management, investment and consulting firm, is pleased to announce that Scott Klein has joined PHT, Inc. as the Director of External Affairs. In this new role, Klein will lead stakeholder engagement and strategic communication across the PHT portfolio of companies. ″PHT’s…

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Amir Eden Joins Ofek Online School  Amir Eden has started a position as an online Hebrew and Israel’s history educator at Ofek Online School of the Israeli American Council. Amir previously taught at Tucson Hebrew Academy as its Hebrew and Judaic teacher. He holds a B.A in Political Science and International Relations from Florida Atlantic…

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Valley Start-Up Acquires Its First Shopping Center

David Malin is no stranger to retail real estate. He was vice president of development and acquisitions at Vestar, a company nationally recognized as a leader in the acquisition, management and development of retail real estate. He is now CEO and founder of Scottsdale Development Partners and has acquired his first shopping center, The Shops…

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Terrance Daniels announced as CFO of JFCS Jewish Family & Children’s Service announced that Terrance Daniels, a seasoned professional in finance and longtime partner of the organization, will now serve as its chief financial officer. Terrance has served as a financial consultant to JFCS and its domestic violence shelter subsidiary, the Sojourner Center, over the…

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Nike won’t be opening plant in Goodyear

Nike said Tuesday it’s withdrawing plans to make soles for its Nike Air shoes in a Phoenix suburb because of the coronavirus pandemic. The company had planned to invest $184 million in its third U.S. manufacturing line for Nike Air sneakers in Goodyear, Arizona. The plant was slated to begin operations this year, and employ…

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