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  • Giving, assets way up for Colorado foundations, report says October 27, 2016
    Colorado foundations are giving big to charitable causes. They contributed $816.4 million in 2014, an 11.2 percent increase from 2011, according to a new study released Thursday by Philanthropy Southwest at its annual conference in Colorado Springs. Most of those contributions were made to organizations within the state — 74.1 percent — while the other […]
    Caitlin Hendee
  • Planned metro Denver co-op grocery store will locate in new mixed-use development October 27, 2016
    A group of residents from the Stapleton neighborhood announced plans to open a community-owned natural grocery store in Aurora’s Westlerly Creek Village development. Plans are underway for a 10,000-square-foot co-op called Nourish Community Market that will be on the ground-floor of a new mixed-used development, The Heights of Westerly Creek, at 2352 Dallas St. Co-op […]
    Monica Mendoza
  • Election 2016: Early voting total in Colorado tops half a million October 27, 2016
    Twelve days before the official "election day," 572,550 Coloradans have already voted, Secretary of State Wayne Williams said Thursday. And Democrats continue to lead Republicans in the state's early-voting tallies as they have since ballots were mailed out Oct. 17. As of Thursday, 224,914 Colorado Democrats have voted, 196,082 Republicans and 143,866 unaffiliated voters. The […]
    Mark Harden
  • New Belgium Brewing 'surprised' as CEO exits after 1 year October 27, 2016
    Christine Perich has unexpectedly resigned as president and CEO of New Belgium Brewing Co., Colorado's largest craft brewer, after a year in the post. Perich tendered her resignation to the board of the Fort Collins-based maker of Fat Tire Amber Ale earlier this week, the Fort Collins Coloradoan reports. "We were surprised," Kim Jordan -- […]
    Mark Harden
  • Denver falls out of Urban Land Institute's top 10 markets to watch October 27, 2016
    Denver has fallen out of the nation's top 10 markets on a prestigious list of U.S. "markets to watch." The Urban Land Institute's annual list of 'markets to watch' for real estate trends sees Denver at No. 11 this year, down five spots from a year earlier. Austin, Texas was ranked No. 1 on the […]
    Ben Miller
  • How good was Colorado's job growth under Obama? Here's how each state performed October 27, 2016
    The U.S. states that have enjoyed the strongest job growth under the Democratic administration of Barack Obama are North Dakota, Utah and Texas. But all three are likely to support Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on Nov. 8. North Dakota holds first place in new job-growth rankings from American City Business Journals, based on its […]
    G. Scott Thomas
  • How many of Denver's renters are coming from out of town? October 27, 2016
    About 30 percent of Denver's renters are coming to the city from out of town, which is helping drive rent prices upward. That's according to real estate company Zillow, which said that Denver ranks fifth in the country for the percentage of renters who come from another city. Only Nashville, Tennessee (42.2 percent), Raleigh, North […]
    Ben Miller
  • Denver tech company bought by New York firm October 27, 2016
    A Denver technology company has been purchased by a giant New York analytics firm. ExlService Holdings, Inc. (EXL) said it's buying Datasource Consulting LLC of Denver for an undisclosed price. Datasource, founded in 2005 with headquarters at 2399 Blake St. in Denver, is a provider of enterprise data management and business intelligence solutions. It employs […]
    Ben Miller
  • Air fares from Denver reach near-record low October 26, 2016
    Air fares for flights out of Denver International Airport slipped to the second-lowest amount, when adjusted for inflation, in the airport’s history during the second quarter of 2016. The average ticket price for originating passengers at DIA from April through June was $309.67, according to the federal Bureau of Transportation Statistics — the lowest price […]
    Ed Sealover
  • What's Colorado's most iconic hotel? (Photos) October 26, 2016
    Between the many in Rocky Mountain ski towns, the classics in downtown Denver, even the coming Gaylord Rockies in Aurora, Colorado has no shortage of what could easily be considered "iconic" hotels. The state even took up nine out of 10 top spots in Condé Nast Traveler's "Best in the West" rankings released last week. […]
    Caitlin Hendee

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