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A new survey of employees who work for large employers ranks United Services Automobile Association the best organization to work for in Arizona, according to an analysis by the Forbes website.

As El Paso continues to grapple with a surge of coronavirus cases, county authorities on Oct. 25 implemented a curfew and city health officials asked residents to stay home for the next two weeks in an effort to stop the spread of the virus.

Monday, 26 October 2020 18:37

Honda Pays $5 Million Over Takata Airbags

Honda will pay $5 million to settle Arizona allegations that Honda made serious mistakes in the way it handled the issue of deadly Takata airbags.

ProCare Collision, a Texas-based MSO with more than 40 locations---announced Oct. 20 a rebranding of its Alamo Body & Paint locations to the ProCare Collision brand.

Carvana, the Tempe, AZ-based online used car dealer, announced its plans Oct. 7 to hire 300 new employees in Phoenix amid high demand.

Earnhardt Auto Centers and State Forty-Eight are pleased to award more than $6,100 to the Chandler Compadres, a nonprofit charitable organization dedicated to East Valley, AZ, kids and families in need since 1980.

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