Cheyenne Mountain Zoo’s bouncing baby boy giraffe ready for visitors

A baby giraffe at Cheyenne Mountain Zoo may help drive up attendance, which has been slow in recent weeks as the city dealt with the Waldo Canyon fire. “When there is a baby, and so much media, the buzz makes us at the top of the mind — people are interested in seeing the babies,” […]
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Time running out for small business stimulus tax breaks

Only a few months remain for small businesses to take advantage of tax breaks offered by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Faster write-offs for...

Hsu: Downtown renaissance depends on building relationships

Four years ago, Zappos owner Tony Hsieh wanted to move the headquarters of the company to downtown Las Vegas. Not  the infamous  Strip —...

Fort Carson formally opens $72 million clinic

Fort Carson is formally opening a $72 million clinic for dental, pediatrics, acupuncture and other services. A ribbon-cutting ceremony is planned Tuesday. Maj. Gen. David G....

Colorado’s economic indicators slip in January

Colorado’s leading economic indicators slipped in January, although it remained strong. According to the Goss Institute for Economic Research, construction industry is weighing on the...

Pueblo’s ActivArmor receives OEDIT grant

Diana Hall is the owner and founder of Pueblo-based ActivArmor, which makes splints meant to overcome the shortcomings of traditional casts.
Pueblo-based ActivArmor, which creates water-safe, breathable and hygienic custom-fit “exoskeletal support devices,” was one of 15 companies statewide to receive an Advanced Industries Accelerator...

1M young adults get health coverage under law

Two new surveys find a big drop in the number of young adults without health insurance since last year — and President Barack Obama’s overhaul is getting credit instead of criticism. A government health statistics survey released Wednesday finds nearly 1 million more adults ages 19-25 gained insurance in the first three months of this […]
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Budget cuts head to Colorado Senate

Education cuts and other cost-saving measures have been debated around the Colorado Legislature all year. The true test of how lawmakers balance the books...

Colorado SBA-backed loans on the rise, $269 million approved

Wells Fargo, Bank of the West and US Bank National are the top Colorado lenders for SBA-backed loans. The Small Business Administration Colorado district office on Tuesday named the top performing lenders, based on the total SBA 7(a) loan approvals and dollar value for the first nine months of FY 2012. In Colorado, the top […]
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A rant about consumer privacy and online advertising

Did you know that I can tell the following about the people who have viewed my ads online: Whether or not they are taking nonpresription drugs Whether they listen to Pink Floyd or Taio Cruz How much household debt they’re carrying (and conversely how much disposable income they have) What brand of car they own, […]
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Stocks fall amid fears of European debt, Asian slowdown

Stocks fell for a fourth day as concerns over a slowdown in China and talks about a bailout for Irish banks combined to push...

Prime local real estate has world-wide appeal

One country’s distress may be another’s opportunity. While the U.S. real estate market has seen double-digit price decreases along some parts of the west coast, Florida or Las Vegas, European investors are keeping an eye on prime American real estate. One new Colorado luxury project, for example, recently made its way to a Danish investors’ […]
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