Articles By Tamara Chuang

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With or without WeWork, Colorado’s coworking industry sees sustainable growth in flexible office space

Denver’s the nation’s 7th largest flex space region in the U.S., and one Western Slope company aims to connect the rest of the industry.

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Why Colorado’s corn farmers are getting hurt by China’s soybean tariff

Colorado’s not a big soybean state but indirect impact of trade wars has hit agriculture exports, which are down 15% this year

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Consumer gadgets are getting harder to fix and that’s creating a disposable culture

CoPIRG and other advocates for ‘Right to Repair’ want to make it easier and affordable for Coloradans to get tech devices repaired

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Cheap internet for low-income users spreads in Denver, but there’s more to the urban digital divide

Starry’s $15-a-month broadband sounds like a deal. So why isn’t everyone signing up?

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Lockheed Martin sniffs around for space in Grand Junction

With recent BLM win, Western Slope city hopes to land a piece of aerospace

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How Lewis the runaway llama ended up in Fort Collins for dental surgery

Last year’s runaway llama finally gets his toothache fixed after it made him flee into Yellowstone National Park

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“The cruel irony of the digital divide” in Colorado: Urban poor are left behind even as access, technology improves

While state and federal programs in Colorado focus on rural internet access, private firms and nonprofits are stepping up to help low-income urban households get online for under $15

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Colorado securities commissioner resigns after questions arise from swift appointment

Chris Myklebust offered to step down after questions about his appointment by an outgoing regulator disrupted Securities board meetings

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Why the head of the U.S. Patent Office is interested in artificial intelligence, false trademarks and the Western Slope

The Denver branch of the federal Patent and Trademark Office now has 209 employees, compared to 29 in the entire state five years ago