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Fingers have been pointed at Broomfield-based Level 3 Communications Inc., an Internet backbone provider whose cables are used by Google and Yahoo!.
The article, written by Nicole Perlroth and John Markoff at the Times,
The city of Boulder reported a 12.9 percent increase in sales- and use-tax revenue from September transactions. Collections in October, representing September sales, were $10,035,006, up from $8,882,987 a year ago. Construction use-tax revenue contributed significantly to the increase, going from $422,866 a year ago to $1,196,147 this year. September marked the second month in a row that construction use-tax revenue reached nearly $1.2 million. The retail sales-tax component, meanwhile, decreased
It sounds too good to be true, but Smith believes his plan could work.
The serial entrepreneur this year co-founded the Partnership for a New Economy, with the goal of promoting and putting into place his revolutionary four-point plan for the U.S. economy.
The key to Smith's four-part plan is taxing the flow of
Still, Steve Thweatt, CU's assistant vice chancellor for facilities management, said recently that the amount of construction activity is really no anomaly in terms of the number of facilities or the overall project costs.
"Amazingly, it's probably average," Thweatt said. "Even through the recession, the campus has been
It wasn't that long ago that the Boulder Valley housing market felt the sting of the national housing bust. While some submarkets such as Boulder weathered the storm fairly well, maintaining price stability or even appreciation, other communities such as Longmont experienced high foreclosures, rising inventories and downward price pressures.
Today, the Boulder Valley is experiencing significant upward pressure on prices, as inventories decline and home builders struggle to keep pace with
Daniel M Bradbury joined the business advisory board of Boulder-based biopharma AmideBio LLC. Bradbury is the managing member of BioBrit LLC, a life sciences consulting and investment firm in La Jolla, California.
JVA Inc. hired Simon Farrell, Kristin Johansen and Janet Cardenas. Farrell will be a project engineer in the Boulder office. He received a bachelor’s degree in environmental health from Colorado State University and a