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Billionaire Phil Anschutz appeals dismissal of his lawsuit seeking $8 million Colorado tax refund

Phil and Nancy Anschutz argue that changes to federal tax law made through the CARES Act entitle them to claim a refund on their 2018 state income tax bill

Politics and Government

Judge rejects billionaire Phil Anschutz’s tax lawsuit, reveals how much money he wanted

The court rejected the argument that changes in tax law from the pandemic response entitled Anschutz and his wife to a refund

Politics and Government

Billionaire Phil Anschutz and his wife are suing Colorado for a tax refund. How much they want is a secret.

Anschutz and his wife, Nancy, claim that changes in the federal tax code made through the CARES Act entitle them to lower taxes in previous years

Politics and Government

Opinion: Unemployment may be dropping in Colorado, but for at least one vulnerable group it’s rising

Here's a challenge to all business owners and business leaders in Colorado: Seek opportunities to employ people who have disabilities.

Opinion Columns

Opinion: Biden’s plan to increase corporate taxes is wrong for Colorado’s businesses and workers

It's a recipe for disaster. Colorado’s businesses need a boost, not more barriers.

Opinion Columns

Software antivirus pioneer John McAfee found dead in Spanish prison

McAfee, who once had a compound and yoga retreat in Woodland Park, had vowed never to return to America. He died just hours before his extradition to the U.S. to face tax evasion charges was approved.

Business

JBS ransomware attack disrupts meat production across the globe, including at Greeley plant

JBS didn't say which of its 84 U.S. facilities were closed Monday and Tuesday because of the attack. But a union official confirmed that two shifts at the company's largest U.S. beef plant, in Greeley, were canceled Tuesday.

Business

Former Amazon worker files Colorado whistleblower complaint

Linda Rodriguez alleged in her complaint filed Thursday that Amazon fired her in 2020 because she raised concerns about the company's policies and practices

Business

Frontier Airlines gives more details around its stock offering

Frontier's parent company and its current owners hope to sell 30 million shares at between $19 and $21 per share.

Business

4 charts explaining Colorado’s sharply improving economy, even as low-income workers lag behind

The outlook is so rosy that lawmakers may even be forced to return money to Coloradans in the coming years because of government growth restrictions imposed by the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights

Economy

Opinion: 10 things Colorado employers should do to create an economy for all

What are you doing in your organization to create opportunities for your employees – regardless of race, ethnicity and gender?

Opinion Columns

Wind turbine company Vestas cuts 450 jobs in plants across Colorado

The company laid off workers in Pueblo and Windsor and closed a separate blade factory in Brighton where 280 people worked

Business

Opinion: Banks have the cash to help chart a way out of the pandemic

Opinion Columns

Opinion: Colorado’s cannabis businesses may regret opting for delivery

Opinion Columns

Colorado’s Tattered Cover bookstore sold, will become nation’s largest Black-led bookseller

The Tattered Cover opened in 1971, and now has four locations in and around Denver

Culture

It’ll be years before Colorado jobs bounce back from the coronavirus

Annual University of Colorado forecast projects the state will add 40,000 workers in 2021, not enough to offset the 148,800 lost this year

Business

Opinion: Embracing technology will propel Colorado’s economic recovery from COVID-19

Opinion Columns

Colorado’s special legislative session on coronavirus relief set to begin Nov. 30

The special session will come only about a month before state lawmakers were set to convene on Jan. 13 for their normal legislative term.

Politics and Government

Opinion: DACA is good for business, good for our community and good for our country

Opinion Columns

Making money off masks, coronavirus-gear chain store with location in Colorado aims to become obsolete

With many U.S. stores closing during the coronavirus pandemic, especially inside malls, the owners of COVID-19 essentials have seized on the empty space

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