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Best in Business: CEO profile for Dean Tullis and Stuart Peters, Voice Products
What is your hometown? Dean: Wausau, Wisc. Stuart: Wichita. Education? Dean: High school. Stuart: Bachelor’s in business and marketing, Kansas State University. Related: Best in Business: Voice Products profile Best in Business home Past winners and finalists Family? Dean: Wife, Mindy. Sons Trevor & Devin Tullis and Nate Brewer (stepson). Stuart: Wife, Tracy. Children: Eric, Emily, Erin & Elleigh. What was your first job? Dean: Managed a Ken’s Pizza. Stuart: Paper route. Who is the…
Posted 10 hours ago

Best in Business: Voice Products committed to face-to-face relationships
In 1989, within six months of meeting each other, Voice Products President Dean Tullis and Vice President and CFO Stuart Peters went into business together, initially providing simple dictation and speech recognition software. Voice Products now offers a wide range of products to a number of industries, including health care, legal and law enforcement, and it provides technology for Enhanced 9-1-1 emergency services. Related: Best in Business CEO profile: Dean Tullis and Stuart Peters Best in…
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IRS raids Scottsdale car dealership
A luxury car dealership in Scottsdale was raided by the IRS on Wednesday.  AZCentral.com has the story on the raid and why it may have taken place. Get the full story here.
Posted 11 hours ago

Downtown Phoenix becoming a hub for higher education
With Arizona State University's fast-growing downtown Phoenix campus being joined by several other colleges and universities, the urban core of Phoenix is a growing center of higher education. AZCentral.com reports on the growing trend downtown. Get the full story here.
Posted 11 hours ago

Austin Q1 VC investments surge
Investments in Austin-area venture-backed companies increased 163 percent during the first quarter, rising sharply to $213.8 million compared with $81.7 million during the same period last year. Although deal volume was the exact same as the year-earlier period, 18 investments each, the median funding round amount surged from $3.8 million during the first quarter 2013 to $4.8 million this year, according to Dow Jones VentureSource. Technology companies accounted for $99 million of the total $213.8…
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RealtyTrac: 8 percent of Hawaii homes are 'seriously underwater'
Only 8 percent of Hawaii homes were “seriously underwater" during the first quarter of this year, according to a report from RealtyTrac, meaning that the combined loan amount on the property is at least 25 percent more than its market value. On the flip side, the report also said that 33 percent of Hawaii residential properties were “equity rich” during first quarter 2014, meaning they had equity of at least 50 percent.  The real estate data tracking service said that 19,930 homes in Hawaii…
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Arizona Senate approves bill to expand school voucher program
The Arizona Senate has given initial approval to a bill that would greatly expand the state's school voucher program. KTAR.com reports on how the battle lines over the issue are being drawn at the Legislature. Get the full story here.
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Fountain Hills company creates device to safely destroy suspicious packages
A company from Fountain Hills has developed a product that will be used next week by Boston Police to help secure the Boston Marathon. Fox 10 in Phoenix reports on the technology, and how it can safely destroy suspicious packages
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BBB warning consumers about a rise in fake travel vouchers
The Better Business Bureau in Arizona and nationwide is warning travelers about an increase in the number of fake travel vouchers making their way into mailboxes. AZFamily.com reports on how consumers are being targeted. Get the full story here.
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Tesla says Texas among 4 states still in the running for $5B Gigafactory
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer said Tuesday that the competition for Tesla Motors planned $5 billion electric battery factory might be down to three states. A Tesla spokeswoman said Wednesday that four states still are in the running for the plant. “The original four states — Arizona, New Mexico, Texas and Nevada — are still in the running, and those are the only states we are considering for the Tesla gigafactory,” said company spokeswoman Alexis Georgenson. Tesla is looking at places such as…
Posted 12 hours ago

 

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