Tempe Chamber of Commerce week of January 11, 2021
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. stock market is mostly unfazed by the political turmoil in Washington and fears of violence ahead of President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration, with investors squarely focused on the probability of another sizeable stimulus package to boost economic growth and the rollout of coronavirus vaccines.
CHICAGO, Jan 13 (Reuters) - Johnson & Johnson is on track to roll out its single-shot coronavirus vaccine in March, and plans to have clear data on how effective it is by the end of this month or early February, the U.S. healthcare company's chief science officer said.
The surge of U.S. business formations in the back half of 2020 has been one of the pandemic’s many surprises.
The swearing in of members of the Arizona House of Representatives on Monday was a microcosm of the division that's likely to come throughout the 2021 session.
Governor Doug Ducey today delivered the State of the State address in a live broadcast to the opening session of the 55th Arizona state legislature and the people of Arizona. The Governor outlined his vision for 2021, focusing on the continued fight against COVID-19, the distribution of the vaccine, prioritizing K-12 education, creating jobs and helping Arizonans who have been impacted by the economic consequences of the pandemic.
The Trump administration, racing a surging COVID-19 death toll, instructed states on Tuesday to immediately begin vaccinating every American 65 and older, as well as tens of millions of adults with medical conditions that put them at higher risk of dying from coronavirus infection.
(VIDEO) CarMax is planning to hire hundreds of people during a job fair taking place Jan. 13-14 in Tempe - plus, they're offering thousands of dollars in sign-on bonuses.
A healthy community is the only way Arizona can have a healthy economy. That is the message of a new campaign from the city of Tempe. They are highlighting restaurants and small businesses who have been struggling through the pandemic and using their own voices to ask patrons to take safety precautions, as we see COVID-19 numbers climb.