Business

3:22pm

Thu October 6, 2011
Business

Gov. Hickenlooper Visits Fort Collins, Stresses Entrepreneurship

Grace Hood

Governor John Hickenlooper swung through Northern Colorado today in what he’s calling a “follow up” to his economic blueprint plan. The blueprint came after Hickenlooper solicited feedback from business leaders in all 64 Colorado counties in his "bottom up" economic development process. It includes six specific goals, including efforts to recruit and retain more businesses.

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6:00am

Thu October 6, 2011
Business

Ski Area Recreation Act Would Expand Summer Activities for Resorts

Under the Ski Area Recreation Opportunity Enhancement Act, ski resorts would be allowed to expand summer activities on U.S. Forest Land to include mountain biking terrain.
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A bill that would make it easier to create off-season jobs in resort communities has cleared the U.S. House of Representatives and is now headed to the U.S. Senate for consideration.

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5:29am

Thu October 6, 2011
Business

Wingless Flight Program Could Help NoCo Travelers Fly Through DIA

courtesy of Denver International Airport

Northern Colorado travelers may soon be able to bypass the security lines at DIA. KUNC’s Erin O’Toole talks with Jeff Nuttall, publisher of the Northern Colorado Business Report, about how the wingless flight program could work.

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12:41pm

Wed October 5, 2011
Business

Study Says Coloradans Would Save Money with New Fuel Standards

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Colorado is listed among the top twenty states that could have the greatest consumer cost savings under new fuel standards announced this summer by President Barack Obama. That’s according to a new report released on Wednesday by the Natural Resources Defense Council and the Union of Concerned Scientists.

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1:11pm

Tue October 4, 2011
Monkey See

Apple Announces A New Phone And Voice Recognition, But Not The iPhone 5

Originally published on Tue October 4, 2011 4:01 pm

Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks at the event introducing the new iPhone.

Kevork Djansezian Getty Images

Today was widely expected to bring the announcement of the iPhone 5 — maybe with a bigger screen, a different home button, or a differently shaped case — at Apple's headquarters in Cupertino, California.

It didn't.

That's not to say Apple didn't say anything of note at its rather lengthy presentation. Not at all. But the big game-changing piece of new hardware didn't come to pass. Aficionados waited, wondering and chattering on liveblogs and on Twitter to see if it would come at the end in Apple's traditional "one more thing" fashion.

It didn't.

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