Aurora Business

Microsoft to cut up to 18,000 jobs over next year 

REDMOND |Microsoft is cutting up to 18,000 jobs, about 14 percent of its staff, over the next year as it works on integrating the Nokia devices business it bought in April and cut down on management layers. The news sent shares …

Rejected Fox bid for Time Warner shows growth mood

Rejected Fox bid for Time Warner shows growth mood

“You can get more money negotiating together than you would separately,” Janney analyst Tony Wible said.

Yellen says economy still needs Fed support

Yellen says economy still needs Fed support

“Although the economy continues to improve, the recovery is not yet complete,” she said.

University of Colorado hospital named best in state by U.S. News — again

AURORA |Aurora’s University Hospital was tabbed as the best in the state and one of the best in the nation, according to U.S. News and World Report. It’s not the first time University Colorado Hospital has been named by the national …

City initially approves $10.5M light rail parking garage near Iliff

City initially approves $10.5M light rail parking garage near Iliff

It can be more, but it has to be 600,” Deputy City Manager Nancy Freed said of the spaces. “And it can be expandable to four floors , which we think is really important for the future.”

Arrays of light: Aurora solar garden growing again

Arrays of light: Aurora solar garden growing again

“We know there’s a good market for this kind of a product,” said Jim Hartman, vice president of strategic development for Clean Energy Collective

Swiss Lindt buys US candy maker Russell Stover 

GENEVA | Swiss chocolate maker Lindt & Spruengli says it is buying U.S. manufacturer Russell Stover Candies, Inc., for an undisclosed sum. Lindt CEO Ernst Tanner said Monday that the purchase provides “a unique opportunity for us to expand our North …

Colorado recreational pot sales dip for 1st time

Tax collections reported by the state Department of Revenue this week showed Colorado sold about $21 million of recreational pot in May.

Stores, cafes in Aurora and Colorado aim at open gun-carry controversy

Stores, cafes in Aurora and Colorado aim at open gun-carry controversy

Whether it’s a burrito shop, a big-box retailer or a diner on Colorado’s Western Slope, shoppers and diners seem to be the latest participants in the gun debate. Some are taking a similar pro-gun stance like an Aurora flag shop owner, while others are going the opposite direction

Inventor pushes solar panels for roads, highways 

Inventor pushes solar panels for roads, highways 

“We need to rebuild our infrastructure,” said Brusaw, the head of Solar Roadways, based in Sandpoint, Idaho, about 90 miles northeast of Spokane, Washington. His idea contains “something for everyone to like.”