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  • TIAA launches voice recognition technology for its customers August 30, 2016
    Passwords are so passé. TIAA, a national financial services provider, will begin using voice recognition technology for its customers who call in to make changes to their accounts or transfer funds. The New York City-based company, which has a downtown Denver office and about 1,500 employees, is launching voice biometric authentication. With the voice recognition […]
    Monica Mendoza
  • Denver home resale price gains hold steady at double the national rate August 30, 2016
    Once again, metro Denver's year-over-year gains in home-resale prices topped 9 percent in the latest S&P/Case-Shiller Home Prices Indices report, well ahead of the national average. The report, issued, Tuesday, shows Denver-area resale prices up 9.3 percent over the year ending in June, versus a national average of 5.1 percent. The annual price gain for […]
    Mark Harden
  • DIA gets city council OK to work out deal to overhaul main terminal August 30, 2016
    The Denver City Council voted late Monday to grant Denver International Airport officials six months to hammer out a development deal with an international group of companies for a massive overhaul of the airport’s main terminal. If the deal goes through, security checkpoints would be moved out of the terminal's Great Hall, the big open […]
    Cathy Proctor
  • Chipotle: Now giving away lots of free stuff August 30, 2016
    Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. is upping the giveaway promotions next month. To revive flagging sales brought about by last year's food contamination issues, the Denver-based Mexican chain on Tuesday said it will give away free meals to children during September. "Customers will receive a free kid’s meal with the purchase of an entrée," Chipotle (NYSE: […]
    Ben Miller
  • Toyota adds to its Colorado sales lead over Ford and Subaru August 30, 2016
    Toyota extended its sales lead over Ford and Subaru in Colorado for the first seven months of 2016. According to figures compiled by the Colorado Automobile Dealers Association (CADA), located in Denver, through the first seven months of 2016, Toyota sold 15,612 cars and trucks in Colorado, up more than 10 percent from 2015. Toyota […]
    Ben Miller
  • Denver energy company makes interest payment, shares soar Tuesday August 30, 2016
    A Denver energy company that said it would skip making an interest payment this month now says it will make the interest payment, and its shares were soaring on Tuesday. Bonanza Creek Energy Inc. (NYSE: BCEI) said it would make the interest payment for its $300 million 5.75 percent senior unsecured notes, which was due […]
    Ben Miller
  • LogRhythm of Boulder in huge fundraising round August 30, 2016
    Boulder-based LogRhythm Inc., maker of business cybersecurity technology to monitor and make sense of traffic on computer networks, landed $50 million in venture capital that will help fuel its international expansion and product development. The latest round of funding was led by existing investor Riverwood Capital, LogRhythm said, with participation by Adams Street Partners, Siemens […]
    Greg Avery
  • Colorado's hottest jobs: Here are the 10 careers most in demand August 30, 2016
    Colorado employers are adding a lot of new jobs these days. But which ones are most in demand? The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment has broken down the top 10 occupations by the number of online jobs ads to fill each type of job. The numbers come from The Conference Board's monthly Help Wanted […]
    Mark Harden
  • United Airlines flies in new president from American Airlines August 30, 2016
    United Continental Holdings Inc. — parent of United Airlines, the largest carrier at Denver International Airport — has named Scott Kirby, a former president at both American Airlines and U.S. Airways, as its new president In the newly created role, Kirby will assume responsibility for Chicago-based United's operations, marketing, sales, alliances, network planning, and revenue […]
    Lewis Lazare
  • King Soopers parent Kroger could snap up Walgreens, Rite Aid stores August 29, 2016
    Kroger Co. — parent of Colorado's King Soopers and City Market supermarket chains — could be a prime bidder for some Rite Aid or Walgreens drug stores that will need to be sold when those two companies finally complete their merger later this year. Cincinnati-based Kroger (NYSE: KR), the nation’s largest operator of traditional supermarkets, […]
    Steve Watkins

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