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Former APS CEO, Pinnacle West president Jack Davis joins utility board
Davis, who stepped down from his role at APS in 2007, was elected to the board and will serve on its finance committee. Along with serving as the leader of APS, Davis also was president and chief operating officer of its parent, Pinnacle West Capital ...
6 Utility Stocks In Cities Seeing Massive Growth
Research from Moody's Analytics and the McKinsey Global Institute (see image below) shows the significant economic change in the major cities in the United States.
Offal Tale: For This Club, Everything Is on the Menu
You'll never be a member of the Innard Circle if the likes of brains in black butter, Uzbek boiled spleen or Fujianese pig heart make you squirm.
APS exec is ailing, has left his post
That promotion came when Bill Post, the chairman and CEO of APS parent company Pinnacle West Capital Corp., announced his retirement.
APS changes management roles
New Twists on an Old Idea
These upstart, independent engine companies range from ventures backed by Silicon Valley venture-capital funds to a bootstrap shop run as a hobby by the owner of an aircraft-engine machining company.
Banks in Oregon slowly return to good health after bottom fell out nationally
umpqua.JPG View full sizeRandy L. Rasmussen/The OregonianUmpqua Bank associate Brooke Hoehne helps Shanna Tani and her son, Kai, 8, at the Hawthorne Boulevard branch in Portland last week.
The 8020th Time's a Charm
Santana allowed only five walks while striking out eight batters over nine brilliant innings, the pinnacle of his remarkable return from shoulder surgery.
Andrew Huxley
And he became master of Trinity, an institution regarded, at least by those who have attended it, as the pinnacle of British academic life.
Trucking companies dealing with shortage of drivers
A pair of trucks leads a line of single-lane traffic on Interstate 80 West of Lincoln on a hazy Thursday morning, June 28, 2012.
Lester Electrical: New energy standards would cost jobs
The national debate over federal regulations -- whether the government is overreaching and threatening jobs and businesses -- is as close as 625 West A St. in Lincoln. The discussion often seems vague, distant, general and fraught with political spin ...