Top News & Analysis Arizona

  • The U.S. airline said the problems resulted from a power outage in Atlanta overnight and that customers should expect "large-scale" cancellations. Website Flightradar24 showed a flight from Phoenix to Atlanta had taken off, while three planes had departed from Amsterdam to U.S. destinations. It also partners for transatlantic flights with Virgin Atlantic,...

  • Aug 5- Chris Urmson, who was instrumental in building Google's self-driving car project, said on Friday he is leaving the team after seven and a half years. Alphabet Inc's Google had named Urmson chief technical officer of the project after it hired former Hyundai executive John Krafcik to be chief executive of the project. Urmson, who joined the project when it...

  • Aug 5- Chris Urmson, who was instrumental in building Google's self-driving car project, said on Friday he is leaving the team after seven and a half years. Alphabet Inc's Google had named Urmson chief technical officer of the project after it hired former Hyundai executive John Krafcik to be chief executive of the project. Urmson, who joined the project when it...

  • Aug 5- LifeLock Inc, a U.S. identity theft protection services company, has hired Evercore Partners Inc to defend itself against activist hedge fund Elliott Management Corp and explore its options, people familiar with the matter said. LifeLock has asked Evercore, a New York- based investment bank, to help explore several strategic alternatives, including the...

  • Ohio manufacturing

    CNBC looks at jobs and wage data to gauge the impact in battleground states in this year's presidential election.

  • Aug 4- American Airlines Group Inc. *American to offer its 30 Phoenix-based instructors and simulator engineers positions at Charlotte or Fort Worth centers- employee letter. *American will keep Phoenix facility open for other work and will retain Phoenix as a crew base- employee letter.

  • AMERICAN WILL KEEP PHOENIX FACILITY OPEN FOR OTHER WORK AND WILL RETAIN PHOENIX AS A CREW BASE- EMPLOYEE LETTER.

  • Aug 3- Banner Health, a non-profit organization that runs a chain of hospitals, said hackers may have gained unauthorized access to patient, physician and beneficiary data. The hackers may have gained unauthorized access to computer systems that process payment card data at food and beverage outlets at some Banner Health locations, the company said on...

  • MEXICALI, Mexico, Aug 2- For Allied Tool& Die Company, Donald Trump's threats to tear up trade deals and impose steep tariffs if he becomes the next U.S. president means considering doubling down on Mexico as a base to manufacture for foreign markets. So far, Trump's campaign pledges- such as threatening to roll out punitive tariffs, ditch the 1994 North American Free...

  • PHILADELPHIA, Aug 1- The chief executive of embattled Theranos Inc on Monday presented plans for a new product and said the blood testing company was working diligently to rectify all of its outstanding issues involving its product and laboratory operations. CEO Elizabeth Holmes described new technologies that she said were "distinct from the operations of...

  • PHILADELPHIA, Aug 1- The chief executive of embattled blood testing company Theranos Inc on Monday said the privately-held firm is working diligently to rectify all of its outstanding issues involving its product and laboratory operations. Speaking before some 1,000 scientists at the American Association for Clinical Chemistry meeting in Philadelphia,...

  • PHILADELPHIA, Aug 1- The chief executive of embattled blood testing company Theranos Inc on Monday said the privately held firm is working diligently to rectify all of its outstanding issues involving its product and laboratory operations. Speaking before some 1,000 scientists at the American Association for Clinical Chemistry meeting in Philadelphia,...

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  • Deadly heat wave fueling Western wildfires

    Soaring temperatures across the Southwest are spurring wildfires and forcing evacuations.

  • Triple-digit heat wave on the way

    Residents in Arizona, California and Nevada face scorching temperatures ahead, as hot as 120-degrees in the next few days.

  • Mojave Desert.

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  • Ivanka Trump

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  • Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton

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