Aurora Business

Broadmoor buying waterfalls from Texas family

The Broadmoor is buying a series of waterfalls near the luxury hotel in Colorado Springs from a Texas family.

Savers beware: Fees may be shrinking your 401(k)

Savers beware: Fees may be shrinking your 401(k)

A new study finds that the typical 401(k) fees — adding up to a modest-sounding 1 percent a year — would erase $70,000 from an average worker's account over a four-decade career compared with lower-cost options. To compensate for the higher fees, someone would have to work an extra three years before retiring.

Aurora clinic hosts national conference for caregivers to work with adaptive technologies

Aurora clinic hosts national conference for caregivers to work with adaptive technologies

“Once they complete the online portion, they come to ‘Deep Dive,’ a day and a half of intensive, hands-on training,” said Mark Schmeler, assistant professor and director of continuing education at the University of Pittsburgh

Development group buys vacant building with aim to build hospital housing

Development group buys vacant building with aim to build hospital housing

At the Anschutz Campus alone, more than 40,000 patients were admitted for overnight stays last year — 26,000 at UCH, and another 17,000 at Children’s, according to those hospital

Take this, Aurora shoplifters — cops turn to Facebook

Take this, Aurora shoplifters — cops turn to Facebook

“It’s not meant to shame people,” said Aurora police Sgt. Mike Hanifin. “It’s meant to be a deterrent, to let people know you’re not just going to get a ticket for shoplifting in Aurora.”

Bill to regulate ridesharing companies advances

The House Transportation Committee approved the bill Wednesday on a 12-1 vote. It still needs to be voted on eventually by the full House. It has already cleared the Senate

City says cash requirement for pot shops necessary for business

City says cash requirement for pot shops necessary for business

“In order to start a cultivation with an associated dispensary and hire all the right people, you need to be financed in realm of $1 million plus,” said Meg Collins, executive director of the Cannabis Business Alliance, which is made up of Colorado-based marijuana businesses.

CENTER ATTRACTION: Aurora funding Fitzsimons conference center

CENTER ATTRACTION: Aurora funding Fitzsimons conference center

Aurora getting into the conference center business may be a unique venture for the city, but it’s not unusual for municipalities to take on these types of urban renewal project

Hash oil, edible pot before Colorado lawmakers

DENVER  | Colorado may set new limits on edible marijuana and concentrated forms of the drug. Colorado lawmakers are scheduled to begin work Thursday on two bills that would tweak state marijuana laws. The first would set new limits on …

GOP derails gender pay gap bill in Senate

GOP derails gender pay gap bill in Senate

"I want everyone to know, everyone in the Senate and everyone in the United States of America, though we lost the vote, we refuse to lose the battle. We are going to continue the fight," said Sen. Barbara Mikulski, D-Md., the measure's sponsor.