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In final debate, Democrats running for Colorado governor continue sparring over campaign finance, tactics - Tue, 19 Jun 2018
In their final debate Monday night before the June 26 primary, the four Democrats vying for a chance to become Colorado’s next governor tussled over everything from immigration and guns, to the state’s rural divide and teacher pay.
Oklahoma bank group makes a move for CoBiz Financial - Tue, 19 Jun 2018
Twenty years to the day after shares of CoBiz Financial first started trading, chairman and CEO Steven Bangert announced an agreement to sell the company he shepherded for just shy of $1 billion.
Lime to remove scooters temporarily from Denver - Mon, 18 Jun 2018
After about three weeks on Denver's streets, Lime's scooters will be removed from the city for the next two weeks, the company announced Monday.
Rafting company downplayed danger of “slaughterhouse” rapids near Aspen leading to death, lawsuit says - Mon, 18 Jun 2018
The widow of a man killed during a commercial rafting trip has sued an Aspen rafting company claiming its employees misrepresented the risk.
Improving investor behavior: Myths and language - Sun, 17 Jun 2018
Many people believe the stock market is risky. It’s often described as a casino, using words like crash, falling, and my favorite Wall Street word “correction,” meaning falling 10 percent or more from a previous high price. My definition of a correction is a temporary decline, which is then followed and surpassed by a permanent advance. […]
Auto registrations accelerated in April after stalling earlier this year - Fri, 15 Jun 2018
New automobile registrations in the state surged 31 percent in April, enough to turn what had been a decline in sales so far this year and turn it positive, according to a monthly update from the Colorado Automobile Dealers Association.
Tourism-related hiring drives May job gains in Colorado, pushing down unemployment rate - Fri, 15 Jun 2018
Strong tourism-related hiring contributed to a gain of 7,700 nonfarm jobs in the state last month, which pushed the unemployment rate down a notch to 2.8 percent, according to a monthly update from the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment.
Colorado business tax burdens dropped in 2016 - Fri, 15 Jun 2018
Colorado businesses paid a smaller share of revenues towards state and local taxes in 2016 than they did in 2015, according to an annual ranking of tax burdens put together by the Anderson Economic Group.
Lil BUB’s owner “re-united” with laptop left on Denver flight - Fri, 15 Jun 2018
Internet famous cat Lil Bub puts out plea to find laptop left on United flight to Denver.
Fake rental ads are everywhere, and Colorado consumers need to watch out - Fri, 15 Jun 2018
With school out and summer around the corner, more people are on the move, and so too are scams artists trying to take advantage of them. Bogus ads on Craigslist, Facebook and other forums offering rentals that really aren't for rent tend to rise with the temperatures outside.