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Goodwill Denver says locals safe from possible data breach

DENVER — Goodwill Industries Denver said Tuesday thatĀ  stores in Denver and northern Colorado are not part of an investigation involving federal officials into theft of customers credit card numbers. 117 more words

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New push underway to make homes more affordable

DENVER — Sales are skyrocketing, prices are rising and now a new push is underway to help people afford homes in Colorado.

A new study shows Denver is one of just four cities nationwide to surpass the pre-recession peak. 69 more words

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Chipotle stock soars after Denver company hikes prices

DENVERĀ — Forget buying burritos and tacos at Chipotle — purchase the company’s stock.

Chipotle shares soared in extended trading Monday after the restaurant chain released a blockbuster quarterly report. 408 more words

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You're more likely to get a raise now

NEW YORK — Workers rejoice: Economists say their companies are granting more pay raises this year.

Forty-three percent of economists surveyed by the National Association for Business Economics (NABE) said their firms have increased wages in the last three months. 233 more words

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Billionaire suggests employers switch to three-day work week

NEW YORK — Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim is suggesting that workers shift to a three-day work week. The catch: He would require 11-hour work days and workers to stay on the job until age 70 or 75. 308 more words

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Florida jury awards $23.6 billion to widow in smoking lawsuit

A Florida jury awarded a widow $23.6 billion in punitive damages in her lawsuit against tobacco giant R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, her lawyer said.

Cynthia Robinson claimed that smoking killed her husband, Michael Johnson, in 1996. 282 more words

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States file suit against 5-Hour Energy, company accused of deceptive advertising

DENVER — The attorney general in Oregon filed a lawsuit against the makers and marketers of 5-Hour Energy, accusing them of deceptive advertising.

The Associated Press reports the lawsuit claims the popular energy drink doesn’t deliver on what it promises. 87 more words

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