Aurora Business

Regatta sets sail on business in Aurora

Regatta sets sail on business in Aurora

“This is the beginning of the end for Regatta,” said Molly Markert, Aurora City Councilwoman and longtime proponent of redeveloping the area. “This process that we’ve been waiting on for so long is finally starting.”

Recreational pot eclipses medical pot in Colorado

Colorado has many more medical pot shops than recreational pot shops, which are open to all over 21.

Apple pushes digital wallet with Apple Pay

Apple pushes digital wallet with Apple Pay

“Apple Pay will forever change the way we pay for things,” said Apple CEO Tim Cook.

Dollar General goes hostile in bid for rival

Dollar General goes hostile in bid for rival

“By taking this step, we are providing all Family Dollar shareholders a voice in this process, and we urge them to tender into our offer,” Dreiling said in a news release.

College savings on the rise as plans average $20K

“The steady increase of total assets, account size and contributions in 529 plans, are positive signs that Americans recognize saving for college as a long-term commitment and investment,” Lochner said in a statement accompanying the group’s report.

American recovery drives the dollar sharply higher

American recovery drives the dollar sharply higher

The dollar is up 6.4 percent against a group of major currencies since the start of May and has risen in three of the past four months.

Late-payment rate on US auto loans rose in 2Q

“In fact, there are four million more auto loan accounts in the marketplace than we observed just last year,” said Peter Turek, automotive vice president for TransUnion.

Apple reveals larger iPhones and smartwatch

Apple reveals larger iPhones and smartwatch

The iPhone 6 will have a screen measuring 4.7 inches, while the iPhone 6 Plus will be 5.5 inches.

Hickenlooper optimistic about fracking panel

“This is one of the most important issues I’ve ever worked on,” the Democratic governor said.

Colorado struggles to rein in medical pot market

A panel of lawmakers and regulators declined Monday to endorse a proposed bill relating to new limits on the state’s medical marijuana framework, deemed a “gray market” of untaxed commerce by some but difficult to tweak because it is enshrined in the state constitution.