“We knew Colorado was the underdog, but the process alone was worth its weight in gold,” said Sam Bailey, the Metro Denver EDC’s vice president of economic development.
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The agreement comes after more than two years of contentious negotiations, marks by threats of strikes.
The independent craft beer industry arguably faces more challenges today than at any other time since Prohibition.
There’s one other issue keeping accountants up at night. Many taxpayers could end up owing the IRS more money in April than they realize.
The bike-rack entrepreneur and outdoor-recreation activist is moving his Front Range company to the Western Slope.
The Denver-based company Guild Education connect employers and their staffers to colleges offering tuition discounts.
Average rents in the Denver area have grown to $1,500 a month. Downtown averages $2,000 a month.
In June of this year, Amtrak announced plans to shutter service from Albuquerque to Dodge City, Kan., citing millions of dollars in repairs needed along the 219-mile stretch.
Radical savers aim to stash a million dollars in a retirement fund by saving 70 percent of what they earn.
U.S. Attorney Bob Troyer of the District of Colorado says the state's weed laws create an opportunity for marijuana to be sold on the black market.
Growth in tax revenues and the regional economy gave Grand Junction extra cash to spend.
Troyer also told The Denver Post that his office plans to take action soon against a Denver-area chain of marijuana dispensaries.
There will be more seniors than children in America by 2035, and more businesses are popping up to appeal to their needs.
Mount Sunapee is built on public land but has been in private operation since 1998.
Home prices have jumped 44 percent in the last 5 years in the state’s second largest city.