Pricing is an unending battle in the insurance world. With the rise of more comparative raters within the P&C or property and casualty market, prospects can compare prices instantly, and, unsurprisingly, most tend to pick the lowest options. However, ballpark pricing can prove costly for insurers; it can improve competitors’ customer base, attract risky consumers,
August 2, 2022
Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits, Arizona Grantmakers Forum Merger is Official With Unanimous Board Approvals
Following unanimous approval by both boards of directors, the merger of the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits and Arizona Grantmakers Forum is complete. Alliance Chief Executive Officer Kristen Merrifield will lead the combined organization, which will operate under the Alliance name for the immediate future. Arizona Grantmakers Forum President and CEO Laurie Liles will become Chief
Photo: The Wranglers celebrate with the Western Conference Championship Trophy Kaleb Barker threw six touchdown passes with the biggest one coming on a 12-yard pass to Glen Gibbons Jr., with just 45 seconds left to beat the Arizona Rattlers 52-51 in the Western Conference Final in Phoenix. The only time the Northern Arizona led in
41% of Arizona adults have skipped or missed meals this year. This equates to 2,294,278 people. Inflation has peaked to a 40–year high, leading to an overall 12% surge in the cost of groceries in the food-at-home sector, as compared to May last year. From May 2021 to May 2022, this includes a 32.2% increase in the price of eggs;
Progressive Democrats are demanding a ban on all U.S. oil exports, claiming it would drive down the price of gas at the pump. Nationalist Republicans are attacking the Biden administration for selling oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve on the open market, allowing millions of barrels to be bought by China. But new research shows allowing U.S.
Around the world, millions of people are leaving their homes to seek refuge or asylum in safer, more prosperous countries. From Syria and Ukraine to Venezuela and Haiti, about 82.4 million people who have been forcibly displaced must leave everything they’ve known to seek a better life. Tens of thousands of them end up in Tapachula, an