Andy Van De Voorde

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  • 26 years ago | News

    Colorado developer Frank Aries had no intention of carving out another piece of ho-hum suburbia when, in 1985, he went calling on the Driggs boys, the freewheeling moneylenders at Phoenix's Western Savings and Loan. The land sultan of Colorado Spr...

  • 27 years ago | News

    Get ready, big wheels. Five years have passed since the debut edition of Who's Who in Arizona hit the streets. Now Scottsdale's tiny Success Publishing Company has swung back into action, collecting the names of the heaviest hitters in the state. ...

  • 27 years ago | News

    Charlie Keating and Gary Driggs have fallen. And in a city edgy about the self-destruction of its icons, a question is being posed: Will Keith Turley, the man who pushed the Arizona Public Service utility into real estate and banking with disastro...

  • 27 years ago | News

    Howard Keim, the developer hired to run Scottsdale's Horseworld project, has been criticized for the sluggish financial performance of the multimillion-dollar playground for pony people. Now he's named as a defendant in a federal lawsuit accusing ...

  • 27 years ago | News

    When a spate of screw-ups caused Arizona Public Service to switch off the Palo Verde nuclear plant last week, it was just another dizzy swirl in the giant utility's tailspin. Bluntly put, APS is in a world of hurt. Its earnings in 1988 fell to onl...

  • 27 years ago | News

    In 1923, circus czar and Florida land owner Charles Ringling decided a major league baseball team should do its spring training in Sarasota. With the help of Al Lang, the entrepreneurial mayor of St. Petersburg, he lured the New York Giants to the...

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