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4:00am

Thu July 14, 2011
Media

Murdoch Withdraws Bid To Buy British TV Company

Rupert Murdoch's media company has been under fire for a phone-hacking scandal in Britain. On Wednesday, News Corp. announced it was withdrawing a bid to buy full interest in the British broadcast company BSkyB. Murdoch has suffered a stunning loss of political influence in Britain.

4:00am

Thu July 14, 2011
Business

Business News

Mary Louise Kelly has business news.

12:01am

Thu July 14, 2011
The End Of The Space Shuttle Era

Out Of This World: Designs Of The Space Age

Originally published on Wed May 23, 2012 9:40 am

Unidentified Fashion Object: A 1963 rendering shows the design for Biff's Coffee Shop in Oakland, Calif. "It almost looked like a flying saucer," says Victor Newlove of Armet Davis Newlove Architects. "It looks like it's about ready to lift off."
Armet & Davis Architects

The Space Age left a sleekly modern mark on everything from office parks to kitchenware to kids' TV shows like The Jetsons. Even today, if you drive around Los Angeles, you'll see relics of Space Age architecture, including the flamboyantly futuristic Los Angeles International Airport and a nearby coffee shop called Pann's.

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1:57pm

Wed July 13, 2011
Business

Job Program Helps Colorado Teens Find Work

Creative Commons

Even with fewer teenagers actively looking for work this summer, unemployment among young people remains at just over 24 percent nationally. And that figure is very similar in Colorado. But one program is working to reverse that trend by offering highly specialized training to help teens compete in the adult job market.

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1:09pm

Wed July 13, 2011
Economy

Slow but Positive Job Growth in Colorado Expected for Rest of 2011

Richard Wobbekind, at the 2011 Business Economic Outlook forecast event
Glenn Asakawa University of Colorado

After news earlier this week that Colorado has seen slow but steady job growth, a CU economist says that trend will continue for the rest of the year. 

Colorado’s economy is projected to grow at a modest pace through the second half of the year.  And, according to University of Colorado Boulder Economist Richard Wobbekind, job growth will continue to be slow - but positive. 

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