Inflation is slowing and economists are hopeful rates will decline further in 2024. Plus: Blame higher energy and housing costs, Colorado job growth, startups set a record and more!
Yes, no and maybe but what’s it to you? Plus: The $1 fee to file a new business startup expected to end this month, first-time homebuyers do exist and more
Women entrepreneurs have an answer to a more balanced venture industry. Plus: When local business leaders believe a recession will start, job growth vs. layoffs and more!
A record number of companies filed to start a business last year, but what does that mean? Plus: More money for rural startups, unemployment issues and the latest labor law poll tally
A survey of Colorado business leaders said they’re still pessimistic about the new year, with more than half believing that the U.S. will enter a recession within the next six month.
The annual Colorado Business Economic Outlook presentation points to some bright spots in what’s expected to be a challenging year for some industries.
But the Secretary of State’s third-quarter data showed more companies dissolving or are late in filing periodic reports, which has economists concerned.
Despite inflation, job and income growth provided a needed nudge. Plus: The politics of inflation, the state’s VC arm adds its first Black founder-led fund, and more.
Plus: As 84% of workers surveyed say they plan to keep working past retirement age, Colorado considers the benefits of an older workforce.
The lowest-paid workers in Denver are getting a 9% pay raise on Jan. 1. When it takes effect, the city’s minimum wage of $17.29 will be one of the highest in the nation — higher than Los Angeles, San Francisco, Washington, D.C., New York City and Chicago. But more on the minimum in a bit. […]