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Baby Boomers have worked for someone else for years. Now, it’s their time, says the co-founder of the Center for Productive Longevity. “They want to be their own boss,” said Bill Zinke, co-founder of Center for Productive Longevity, a Boulder-based nonprofit. His organization is hosting “Spotlight on Entrepreneurship Opportunities for Baby Boomers” Nov. 15 in… Continue Reading Seminar set in Denver for Boomers who want to start a business

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A Denver medical marijuana dispensary has been indicted for illegally selling its product out the back door. The Colorado attorney general’s office obtained indictments this week against The Silver Lizard LLC and members of a multi-state drug ring. According to the 59-count indictment alleging violations of the Colorado Organized Crime Control Act, the indicted individuals… Continue Reading AG nabs Denver dispensary for illegal marijuana sales

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Medical marijuana ads under attack in Denver

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Free joints! Cheap weed! Come on down! Marijuana advertising in Denver can be shockingly aggressive, with psychedelic billboards and sign wavers promoting potent weed and an affordable high. But in-your-face advertising messages in Colorado’s largest city look like they’re on their way out after the city council voted 13-0 to ban outdoor advertising for medical… Continue Reading Medical marijuana ads under attack in Denver

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As I arrived in Israel this week, I was thinking about a tale of two cities, but not Dickens’. Though I was born in Haifa, Israel, I’m staying in Tel Aviv, about one hour south. These two cities parallel Colorado Springs and Denver, respectively, one hour by car but light-years apart. Haifa and CS have… Continue Reading Let’s just follow Denver

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  The city of Denver is holding a contest for its startups and early-stage businesses, with a $50,000 prize going to whoever submits the best business plan.   At a similar contest organized by the entrepreneurial outfit Galvanize on Friday, Paul Washington of the Denver Office of Economic Development said the winner of the city… Continue Reading City of Denver holds business-plan competition

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Metropolitan State College of Denver is considering a tuition cut for illegal-immigrant students. The proposal being considered by an advisory board on Wednesday would cut rates by more than half. Students would have to prove they are high school graduates and have lived in the state for at least three years. The rate would still… Continue Reading Illegal immigrant tuition reviewed by Metro State

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Matrix Design Group Inc., a Colorado Springs-based engineering, consulting and planning firm, has acquired the assets of Design Studios West Inc., a Denver-based landscape architecture and planning firm. Financial details of the merger were not released. Design Studios West is merging into Matrix’s operations as part of its planning and design group. Don Brandes, former… Continue Reading Matrix Design purchases Design Studios West

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Molson Coors will spend $3.54 billion to buy StarBev and its nine breweries in central and eastern Europe as it expands its operations further. The Denver brewer is betting on a vibrant region once the economic crises subsides in the European Union, where unemployment has now reached the highest point since the euro was introduced… Continue Reading Molson Coors buying StarBev for $3.54 billion

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Carmax is building a new garage at its Powers Auto Park location for reconditioning work for its vehicles in the Springs and Denver. The national used car dealer opened its location at 4014 Tutt Blvd. in June of 2008, said Carmax spokeswoman Elia Imler. The new garage is an expansion into the service center, she… Continue Reading Carmax to recondition Denver inventory at Springs garage

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Denver-area leaders head to DC to talk jobs

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City and business leaders from the Denver area are heading to Washington on Friday to discuss jobs and economic development with members of President Barack Obama’s administration. The office of Denver Mayor Michael Hancock says executives from Oakwood Homes, Wells Fargo, Western Union, Frontier Airlines, Arrow Electronics and Colorado Spine Therapy are attending, along with… Continue Reading Denver-area leaders head to DC to talk jobs

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