Southwest nosedive continues: 2,300 more canceled flights The Denver Post

Associated Press DALLAS (AP) — Southwest Airlines continues to slash about two-thirds of its daily schedule, canceling another 2,350 flights Thursday, though most of the planes that flew arrived on time. Southwest is struggling to recover after being overwhelmed by a winter storm that left hundreds of pilots and flight attendants stranded out of position to operate flights. Other airlines […]

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Von Miller gets $3.7M for mansion near Broncos HQ

Von Miller, now two teams removed from his days as a Denver Bronco, has found a buyer for his mansion near the team’s headquarters. The outside linebacker sold his 19,000-square-foot home at 17819 E. Easter Ave. in Foxfield last month for $3.7 million, according to property records. Miller put the home up for sale in the spring, asking $4.1 million. Miller […]

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Former Sears in Lakewood sells to owner of adjacent property

A former Sears building along Colfax Avenue in Lakewood has sold, four years after the store closed. Austin-based Artesia Real Estate Investments purchased the onetime department store at 10785 W. Colfax Ave. last week, according to the brokerage that represented the seller. The deal also included a separate smaller building closer to the street that once housed a Sears Automotive […]

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10,500 toddler bottles and cups recalled over lead poisoning risk

By April Rubin, The New York Times A company has recalled about 10,500 bottles and cups for toddlers over lead poisoning concerns to children if a part of the product breaks off, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said. The base of these bottles and cups, manufactured by Green Sprouts, can come off and expose a solder dot that contains […]

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Colorado sees hiring surge and growing unemployment, survey says

Colorado employers reported adding 17,700 nonfarm payroll jobs from September to October, continuing a three-month streak of over-the-top hiring, according to a survey of business establishments. But a separate survey of households found that 5,000 fewer people described themselves as employed last month and the number who said they were unemployed and actively looking for work rose by 6,800 to […]

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Xcel Energy will build a new service center near Denver airport

Xcel Energy will build a new service center, office and warehouse facility in Aurora after a recent $2.7 million land purchase. The Wednesday announcement by CBRE, a commercial real estate services and investment firm, detailed the utility company’s acquisition of 10 acres at HighPoint Elevated, a 5 million-square-foot industrial park near Denver International Airport at the southeast corner of East […]

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As intervention threat grows, Japan says FX speculators dealt with 'strictly'

TOKYO (Reuters) -Japanese Finance Minister Shunichi Suzuki said on Friday that authorities were dealing with currency speculators “strictly”, as an extended sell-off of the yen kept markets on heightened alert for further dollar-selling intervention by Tokyo.Japan’s Finance Minister Shunichi Suzuki speaks to media at Finance Ministry in Tokyo, Japan October 20, 2022, in this photo taken by Kyodo. Kyodo/via REUTERS […]

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IMF chief economist says central banks' inflation fight to last into 2024

WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Central banks’ fight against inflation may take another two years to play out, increasing unemployment and lowering living standards for many in the world, the International Monetary Fund’s chief economist said on Tuesday.FILE PHOTO: A man looks at a shop at the Ameyoko shopping district in Tokyo, Japan, May 20, 2022. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/FilesIn an interview with Reuters, IMF […]

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