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Sarah Mulholland

What are businesses learning from the omicron wave, and how will it inform their futures?

StoneAge experimenting with isolated workspaces to allow without symptoms workers to perform tasks

Supply chain woes lead to pricy outdoor recreation products in Colorado

DENVER (AP) – There are millions of dollars of camping equipment and apparel stuck on ships sitting in a harbor right now. That’s a big part of the reason the company Kelty – known for its b...

Colorado tourism pushing for international visitors, new director says

Pandemic put brakes on global travel in 2020, which cost the state over a billion dollars

Colorado’s unemployment rate is holding steady as federal pandemic benefits are set to end

About 87,000 Coloradans could lose their unemployment benefits when federal pandemic aid ends next month. The enhanced jobless benefits that have boosted payouts for much of the pandemic are...

Glenwood Canyon closure will be a pain point for Colorado’s economy

Thousands of trucks delivering goods rely on corridor daily

Mountain towns prepare for large crowds as summer sports and outdoor recreation festivals return

Visitation to Colorado’s mountain towns picked up over Memorial Day weekend, the official start to the summer travel season in the U.S. But in Eagle County, the action really starts next wee...

Small business aid program relaunches with changes to help minority-owned businesses

Victor Uruchurtu moved to the U.S. from Mexico 12 years ago. He started his own disaster restoration business in Denver for homes with flood damage. He came close to shutting down...

Promise of vaccines boosts optimism of Colorado business leaders for 2021

Colorado business leaders are optimistic economic conditions will improve later in the year — but remain relatively downbeat on near-term prospects, according to a quarterly survey by resear...

Colorado ski resorts ironing out kinks in coronavirus plans

As peak holiday season heats up, some mountains are revisiting procedures

Empty space haunts Fifth Avenue as retailers balk at rent hikes

Landlords on Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue are sitting on a record amount of open space as retailers balk at committing to expensive new leases in one of the world’s most prestigious shopping dis...