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Federal jury acquits DaVita, ex-CEO Kent Thiry in antitrust case

The jury found that Thiry, former CEO of one of the country’s largest kidney care companies, committed no crimes in working with competitors to prevent the hiring of each other’s employees

Crime and Courts

Nicolais: The Justice Department turned Kent Thiry into a guinea pig

As the criminal trial against Kent Thiry and DaVita began last week, it underscored what the DOJ is really after

Opinion Columns

Opinion: Colorado employers should watch DaVita antitrust case with trepidation

If the feds prevail, it will rewrite a century of settled employment law.

Opinion Columns

Kent Thiry, DaVita indicted as part of federal investigation into labor market collusion

DaVita and Thiry are accused of two counts of violating the Sherman Act. Thiry faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted.

Crime and Courts

Opinion: As business leaders, we see 3 ways educators can leverage stimulus funding to support kids

They should ask themselves the same question students are regularly asked: Where do you see yourself in five years?

Opinion Columns

Health care magnate Kent Thiry wants to fix democracy, starting in Colorado

Former DaVita CEO Kent Thiry has given $5.9 million to support ballot measures since 2011. All of them won.

Politics and Government

Colorado attorney general intervenes in $4.3 billion DaVita-UnitedHealth merger just as deal is finalized

DaVita Medical Group owns two large physicians’ groups in Colorado Springs totaling more than 100 doctors, meaning the sale would have affected patients in the region

Health

Cory Gardner, Mike Johnston draw early money from outside Colorado in U.S. Senate race

John Hickenlooper raises $2 million in the first month of his presidential bid -- far less than some of his competitors

Politics and Government