Insurance giant IMA Financial Group added a big name in Denver to its roster with the hiring of Paul Washington to head its corporate partnerships group as an executive vice president.
Suncor Energy late Monday pledged it is “committed to regaining the community’s trust” with a series of plant improvements it hopes will reduce the number, and intensity, of future emissions.
Colorado Tourism Office longtime director Cathy Ritter left the position as of Thursday, the Office of Economic Development and International Trade confirmed.
Not only will professional baseball’s Midsummer Classic provide Denver a much-needed economic boost, it shines a national spotlight here right when summer travel plans are being set.
Denver’s Landmark Preservation Commission voted Tuesday to designate the 51-year-old Channel 7 building at 123 E. Speer Blvd. a landmark, preventing developers from razing the five-story Brutalist-style building.
Despite Gov. Jared Polis’ ending the evictions moratorium, Colorado evictions remain lower than March 2020 levels, and 98% of tenants continue to pay rent on time, according to the Colorado Apartment Association.
Denver-based tech company NextWorld decided to stay in Colorado and build a headquarters in Greenwood village after state incentives sweetened the pot.
March brought a record-setting month to the metro Denver residential real estate market, according to the Denver Metro Association of Realtors. With historically low inventory and historically high prices, it’s an awful time to be a home buyer here.
For the fifth straight week, the number of new regular jobless claims dropped, according to the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment Thursday.