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Stewart Confirms Commitment to Growth in Arizona

STEWART INFORMATION SERVICES (STC)  More Company Research Source: Business Wire
Last stewart information services earnings: 11/6 06:15 am Check Earnings Report
US:NYSE Investor Relations: stewart.com/en/investor-relations.html
PDF Local marketplace potential spurs active recruitment campaign HOUSTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Stewart today announced that the company has strategic plans to grow its employee network in Arizona, and is actively recruiting for dozens of positions in the greater Phoenix and Tucson areas. This recruitment campaign seeks to build on the high-caliber talents of our nearly 300 employees in Arizona – further strengthening our commitment to the community and our customers. “Our ability to serve our customers and grow our business will be fueled with new initiatives and large-scale recruitment campaigns launched this year,” said Matthew Morris, chief executive officer. “We are focused on recruiting in Phoenix and driving new business in Tucson, building our presence across the state of Arizona and beyond.” Stewart leadership sees tremendous growth opportunity in Arizona’s thriving business environment [Read more]

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