The new $15.69/hr wage only applies to unincorporated Boulder County. Commissioners hope the rest of the county will join them in 2025. Plus: Three Front Range population declines, time to vote and more!
A listening session set up by the Colorado attorney general heard lots of opposition to the proposed merger of the nation’s two largest grocery chains
At least that’s the business community’s take on new job-openings data. Plus: Wage growth is flat, if not lower when adjusted for inflation.
Before Colorado was named a quantum Tech Hub, an ecosystem existed with roots dating back to the 1950s. Now, a push to commercialize quantum.
There’s a growing number of unemployed Coloradans but officials say the rate is similar to the pre-pandemic era. Plus: The cable industry returns to Denver but really the industry never left.
The designation comes with federal funding, bragging rights as the next big tech ecosystem, and local excitement to make the state the Silicon Valley of quantum technology.
Industry leaders converged in Denver for the cable technology event. But most didn’t travel too far since many are based in Colorado.
Results are imminent for feds picking 20 innovation hubs. But is it just a marketing tool? Plus: Denver inflation up to 5.4%, Comcast picks Colorado Springs for tech rollout and more!
State Demographer Elizabeth Garner talks about migration and answers questions leftover from SunFest. Plus: Affordable housing experiments, Kaiser strike updates, more!
Alquist 3D, which is partnering with Habitat for Humanity on 100 3D-printed homes, is also teaming up with Aims Community College on a 3D-printing workforce program.