As rent continues to rise, some small businesses in the Phoenix area say they are concerned about their future, and wonder if they would be able to survive.
It's Father's Day and countless dads are opening gifts, like golf clubs and neckties. Others are getting first-class treatment during a day out on the town. FOX 10's Irene Snyder takes a look.
A family-owned market in Tempe, open for more than 60 years, is closing its door. Bill's Market is known for homemade chorizo and tortillas. FOX 10 Photojournalist Brian Kae stops by one last time.
Some small businesses are still struggling to hire qualified workers, even as the broader picture in the U.S. job market looks much brighter.
If you've been out to grab a bite to eat at a restaurant or have ordered a meal to go, you may have noticed the staffing shortage is still an issue for many businesses. Some restaurants are turning to an app called "Qwick" that aims to ease staffing problems for the food industry. FOX 10's Linda Williams is live with more.
Infinity Sweets Custom Treats is one of 220 businesses selected for the Super Bowl's Business Connect Program, which works to employ local companies for professional work across multiple fields.
A Phoenix-area brewing company had to spend an extra $12,000 to ship one item, and it was already delayed for months. Unfortunately, that’s the reality for many small businesses facing supply chain issues.
Suns fans and Phoenix area businesses are gearing up as the team is making another go at becoming the NBA Champs. The Suns ended this season with a record-breaking number of wins.
With “Open Call 2022,” Walmart says it aims to support and grow small businesses and U.S. manufacturing.
The U.S. House passed legislation, now it heads to the Senate where it's expected to face steep opposition. If it does pass, what would it mean for dispensaries in Arizona, since marijuana is already legal here? FOX 10's Irene Snyder has the details.
AZ Mobile Spaws says instead of increasing costs for animal grooming, it'll decrease its radius of customers. The owner says he hopes it'll offset gas prices and the increase of other business operations.
Phoenix area businesses grew concerned over the MLB lockout as the league and players worked to come to an agreement. Why? Because they weren't able to set up their food trucks and vendor tables at the spring training facilities. Now that the lockout is over, the businesses are busy stocking up on inventory, preparing for sales once again.
Mike Funk, owner of several Firecreek Coffee shops across Arizona, recently went on a 12 day trip to Mexico and Guatemala, to get coffee as they deal with supply chain issues. FOX 10's Irene Snyder has the story.
The brewing industry is often perceived as male-dominated, but that is all changing thanks to a sisterhood of brewers in Phoenix at Huss Brewing Co.
Roasted coffee prices experiencing biggest spike since 2012
Pork on a Fork BBQ was supposed to open near Alma School and Warner in Chandler in May 2021. Fast forward to February 2022, and they're still waiting for necessary supplies for their restaurant.
For the first time in two years for many people, the American workplace is transforming into something that resembles pre-pandemic days.
“So we are prepping now getting all the stuff ready for the big day our big day,” said Cactus Flower Florists owner, Eric Luoma on Feb. 13. He says they've had some supply chain issues, but other than that, things have been busy.
Valentine's Day and Super Bowl are just one day apart this year and many businesses and restaurants working to keep up with orders. Restaurants especially say they've seen a large increase in take-out orders.
The number of small businesses that raised prices in January amid high inflation rose to levels not seen since 1974, the National Federation of Independent Business said.