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As all those construction cranes and the deepening traffic congestion remind us every day, Denver has become a desirable destination for transplants from all over the country.
This week's news from Forbes might make us even more irresistible. On Wednesday, the venerable...
July 30 2015, 8:30 AM
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Chrome Industries, the maker of marquee messenger bags for hippies, yuppies, businesspeople, and bike people, has come home to the Front Range. The recently opened retail hub in LoDo joins the ranks of eight global locations in places like New York City, Chicago, Osaka, and San Francisco, where the...
July 7 2015, 11:15 AM
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We know Denver and the Front Range will grow exponentially over the next 30 years; now we just have to prepare for it.
That was the theme of Thursday’s Rocky Mountain CitySummit at the Sheraton Downtown Denver Hotel. The daylong gathering, organized by the Downtown Denver Partnership...
April 24 2015, 9:45 AM
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When presented with an opportunity to bring some federal clarity to the controversial issue of fracking, the Obama administration this week did one of the things it does best: It ticked off just about everyone.
Last week, the president rolled out new regulations for fracking that...
March 27 2015, 10:45 AM
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On Sunday, when Patricia Arquette called for wage equality for women while accepting the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, I’m sure that “YES!” was uttered in many living rooms across America. The massive Oscar stage—some 34.6 million people tuned in for the show—was a popular forum this...
February 23 2015, 4:45 PM
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If 2014 was the year fracking wreaked havoc on Colorado’s political process, 2015 might be the year it lands squarely in Denver.
On Tuesday at noon, a newly formed campaign called “Don’t Frack Denver” will unveil its mission on the steps of the City and County Building. The coalition is led by...
February 10 2015, 8:30 AM
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In the February issue, we profile MergeLane, a new Boulder-based accelerator that focuses on helping female-led startups navigate early business hurdles. (The program isn’t some type of affirmative action; rather, co-founders Sue Heilbronner and Elizabeth Kraus point to academic research that...
February 2 2015, 1:30 PM
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A huge chunk of Colorado's political conversation in 2014 revolved around fracking and its effects on everything from our environment to our wallets. But lately it's starting to seem like the raging fracking debates might have been a lot of wasted energy.
Thanks largely to plummeting oil and gas...
January 27 2015, 11:30 AM