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  • 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
  • 9News: July was DIA's busiest month ever August 29, 2016
    More people passed through Denver International Airport in July than in any other month of the airport's history. Airport officials say 5.4 million people traveled through DIA last month. Twenty of the airport's busiest days ever happened in July, with the heaviest traffic coming through on July 29. With 186,351 passengers, that was actually the […]
  • Colorado startup guru makes Upstart 100 August 29, 2016
    There's not always glory in being an investor, though with astuteness and luck, there's plenty of money and job satisfaction behind backing startups. Our Upstart 100 Backers, though, go beyond job satisfaction or money; they truly are out to change the world by investing. Their efforts run the gamut from creating the premier startup accelerator […]
    J Jennings Moss
  • What they're saying about anti-oil-and-gas measures not making the ballot August 29, 2016
    Reaction was swift Monday to the announcement that two ballot proposals that aimed to change Colorado’s constitution to add more restrictions to the state’s oil and gas industry did not gather enough support to be placed before voters in November. Supporters of ballot proposals need to gather at least 98,492 valid signatures to be placed […]
    Cathy Proctor
  • Introducing Denver Crane Watch August 29, 2016
    Welcome to Crane Watch, a new feature that brings major commercial real estate development into focus in a single, interactive map. Crane Watch will help keep business readers — real estate developers, business executives, tech CEOs, bank presidents, government officials and more — up-to-date with major real estate developments in the Mile High City and […]
    Molly Armbrister
  • Anti-oil-and-gas proposals fail to make Colorado ballot August 29, 2016
    Two contentious ballot proposals aimed at changing the state constitution to add restrictions on Colorado’s oil and gas industry do not have enough valid signatures to be on the November ballot, the Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams’ office said Monday. "Citizens who are trying to get an issue on the ballot must submit 98,492 […]
    Cathy Proctor
  • Tech, management, finance, health: Where Denver ranks for jobs in these high-paying fields August 29, 2016
    Nearly a third of the Denver area's jobs are concentrated in the three highest-paying job categories, according to the latest federal statistics. The U.S. Census Bureau says that 30.9 percent of the jobs in metro Denver fit under these three broad occupational headings: Computer, engineering and science jobs, 7.8 percent. Management, business and financial jobs, […]
    G. Scott Thomas
  • Level 3 warns of internet 'attack of things;' your cameras, DVRs are at risk August 29, 2016
    Level 3 Communications Inc. is warning of a possible online attack of your home DVR, camera, and internet router. The Broomfield company (Nasdaq: LVLT) said it's seeing a rise in malware attacks on Internet of Things (IoT) items, "of which 95 percent were cameras and DVRs, roughly 4 percent were home routers and less than […]
    Ben Miller
  • Swissport cutting 187 jobs at DIA as Frontier Airlines switches outsourced work August 29, 2016
    Ground handling services company Swissport said it will cut 187 jobs at Denver International AIrport next month. Swissport told the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment the cuts will be effective on Sept. 16, and the reason for the cuts was “a result of significant loss of business." The Denver Post reported that the Swissport […]
    Ben Miller

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