Business
156 results total, viewing 81 - 100

Ring up the old — Environmental benefit, vintage popularity boost interest in thrift stores

Arvada resident Eddie Marin has a passion for finding vintage items, and he shops at thrift stores at least twice a week. He looks for vintage sports T-shirts, old VHS tapes, hats, sweaters and more. … more

Centennial Water election could broaden board base

Directors of the Centennial Water and Sanitation District voted Jan. 27 to hold an inclusion election in May to expand its boundary. If approved by voters, the district's service area would not … more

Governor, commissioners address county business leaders

Gov. Jared Polis and the Douglas County commissioners spoke to local business leaders during the Chamber of Northwest Douglas County annual breakfast Jan. 31, emphasizing their points of pride from … more

Veteran transit leader named RTD's interim CEO

The former head of a Texas transit agency will serve as the new interim general manager and CEO of the Regional Transportation District, RTD's board of directors announced Jan. 28. Paul Ballard will … more

Economists discuss ways to 'keep Colorado competitive'

The economy of Denver's south metro area will look a lot like last year's, experts say, and the speed bumps to the region's growth remain present as ever. Colorado continues to be a national model of … more

Sportsman's Warehouse to open in Parker

Sportsman's Warehouse will open in February in Parker in the building that previously housed Gander Mountain. The Alaska-based sports and outdoors retailer will be located at 18420 Cottonwood Drive, … more

Colorado Horse Park says it plans to continue operations

The Colorado Horse Park recently issued a news release in an effort to dispel rumors that it is shutting down for the 2020 season, but the park has yet to find a replacement for its show director and … more

Bonus Incentive Plans For Employees: What's The Point?

When I ask business owners about the possibility of installing an employee incentive plan, I often hear one of two responses: • “I would like to do something to reward my key employees for … more

Exercises train aging brains

Mental decline is widely viewed as an inevitable part of growing old. A Parker man is among those who say it doesn't have to be. Torsten Jess, a cognitive enhancement specialist and founder of Brain Function Optimization, LLC, has spent 16 years treating those with age-associated memory loss and mild cognitive impairments. It is his assertion that mental deterioration is not only avoidable, but that simple exercises can actually improve brain function with age. more

Ranch man offers nonprofits tech help

Garry Seaber, 53, of Highlands Ranch, who started a computer-refurbishing company in his garage, IT Liquidators, and now has a 6,000 square-foot warehouse in Littleton, along with Highlands Ranch and California offices, just recently launched a new division to help nonprofits save money. more

'Warrior Strong' shirts benefit Davis fund

If Jeff Wasden had not opened PROformance Apparel eight years ago, he might well have been inside Arapahoe High School on Dec. 13 when shots rang out, critically wounding 17-year-old student Claire … more

App shines a light on holiday displays

Lone Tree’s Greg Walters wasn’t upset when a New York Times reporter earlier this month called his holiday lights iPhone app “the Charlie Brown Christmas tree of apps.” “I thought it was kinda cute,” he said. “The reality of it is, … more

State finances don’t inspire optimism

The state of Colorado has taken a few steps back from the edge of the financial cliff, but researchers say it’s not out of danger of falling off. “There’s not truly cause for optimism,” Phyllis Resnick, lead economist with Colorado State … more

Experts explore future of job growth

The news was mostly positive and upbeat at this year’s annual economic forecast breakfast, hosted by the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce Dec. 13 and attended by nearly 800 area business and civic leaders. After brief opening remarks from … more

Kaiser opens Lone Tree center

Christmas came early for Kaiser Permanente this year when it opened the doors to its new 275,000-square-foot, six-story, multi-specialty center. The Lone Tree building, under construction for more than two years, welcomed its first patients Dec. … more

Shopping centers get facelifts

Two busy District 1 shopping centers near the intersection of Dry Creek Road and University Boulevard are getting major facelifts. The King Soopers in the Cherrywood Square Shopping Center is currently undergoing a multimillion-dollar renovation … more

High-end dining wish comes true

Lone Tree’s 2012 survey showed that its residents are largely a happy lot, save for a few things: Among them a wish for more high-end restaurants. In 2014, their patience will be rewarded. Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille will open in the Park … more

Fans flock to Steak ’n Shakes

After being shuttered for months by a dispute between local franchisees and the company’s corporate headquarters, popular Steak ’n Shake restaurants in Centennial and Sheridan reopened this week, attracting large crowds with offers of free food … more

Figure out what it is you want

Do you remember the pop song by the Spice Girls, “Tell me what you want, what you really really want, I’ll tell you what I want, what I really … more

Colorado's Livliga launches with unique, stylish place settings to make healthy living easy

Boulder, CO – (January, 2013) What do you get when you combine sleek, attractive place settings with a Boulder entrepreneur’s vision to find a … more
« Prev | 1 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 6 months.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.
Our Papers

Ad blocker detected

We have noticed you are using an ad blocking plugin in your browser.

The revenue we receive from our advertisers helps make this site possible. We request you whitelist our site.