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  • DENVER _ Janus Capital Group Inc. on Thursday reported first-quarter net income of $30.9 million. The average estimate of five analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was for earnings of 21 cents per share. Three analysts surveyed by Zacks expected $259.4 million.

  • SEATTLE— Thursday marks marijuana culture's high holiday, 4/ 20, when college students gather— at 4:20 p.m.— in clouds of smoke on campus quads and when pot shops in legal weed states thank their customers with discounts. But in recent years, a consensus has emerged around the most credible explanation: that it started with a group of bell-bottomed buddies from...

  • COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.— It's the fish tank featuring a colorful reef made of glass marijuana pipes that ultimately sets the Speakeasy Vape Lounge apart from any other strip-mall bar and confirms what it really is: one of the United States' only legal pot clubs. The fact that it and a few dozen like it already exist in Colorado was all but lost in a recent fight over...

  • DENVER _ Guaranty Bancorp on Wednesday reported first-quarter earnings of $9.8 million. Guaranty Bancorp shares have risen slightly more than 2 percent since the beginning of the year. Keywords: Guaranty Bancorp, Earnings Report.

  • WASHINGTON, April 18- The U.S. Supreme Court, in a case with wide consequences for the policing of Wall Street, indicated on Tuesday it may diminish the Securities and Exchange Commission's ability to get back ill-gotten profits reaped through defendants' misconduct. The court's conservative wing peppered the government during a one-hour argument with...

  • The federal appeals court in Denver ruled that Kokesh must pay the full amount to the SEC. Lawyers for Kokesh say the five-year window should reduce his payment to just $5 million because the SEC did not bring charges against him until 2009.. The SEC argues the time limit doesn't apply because it's not assessing a penalty, only trying to recover illicit profits.

  • Francis hospital's problems have advocates promising to push again to expand the state's Medicaid program under former President Barack Obama's signature health care law. Brownback and a local hospital board member said expanding Medicaid, which provides coverage for the poor, disabled and elderly, would not save St. Francis would be a stronger hospital...

  • NEW YORK, April 10- United Airlines sparked outrage on Monday for the treatment of a passenger who was physically dragged off a plane the airline had overbooked, and one of the security officers involved in the incident was placed on leave pending an investigation. Videos posted online by other passengers showed a man screaming as officers yanked him from his...

  • NEW YORK, April 10- United Airlines sparked outrage on Monday for the treatment of a passenger who was physically dragged off a plane the airline had overbooked, and one of the security officers involved in the incident was placed on leave pending an investigation. Videos posted online by other passengers showed a man screaming as officers yanked him from his...

  • NEW YORK, April 10- United Airlines sparked outrage on Monday for the treatment of a passenger who was physically dragged off a plane the airline had overbooked, and one of the security officers involved in the incident was placed on leave pending an investigation. Videos posted online by other passengers showed a man screaming as officers yanked him from his...

  • NEW YORK, April 10- An aviation security officer who dragged a passenger off of an overbooked United Airlines flight to make room for employees has been placed on leave, Chicago authorities said on Monday. The officer-- one of three involved in the Sunday night incident-- did not follow protocol, according to a statement from the Chicago Department of Aviation, and as...

  • NEW YORK, April 10- A doctor trying to return home to his patients was dragged by his hands from an overbooked United Airlines flight, according to social media, embroiling the carrier in its second public relations nightmare in less than a month. The airline was one of the top-trending topics on Twitter as users took to the website to express their anger over the...

  • NEW YORK, April 10- A doctor trying to return home to his patients was dragged by his hands from an overbooked United Airlines flight, according to social media, embroiling the carrier in its second public relations nightmare in less than a month. The airline was one of the top-trending topics on Twitter as users took to the website to express their anger over the...

  • NEW YORK, April 10- A doctor trying to return home to his patients was dragged by his hands from an overbooked United Airlines flight, according to social media, embroiling the carrier its second public relations nightmare in less than a month. The airline was one of the top-trending topics on Twitter as users took to the website to express their anger over the...

  • DENVER, April 9- A group of U.S. state insurance regulators should use New York's sweeping cyber security rules as a model for how insurers must protect their networks from hackers and when they must disclose cyber events, New York's financial regulator said on Sunday. "We believe the best way for industry to focus on the threat of cyber security is to have a...

  • NEW YORK, April 5- Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA will launch nonstop transatlantic flights from two more U.S. airports this fall, the airline announced on Wednesday, ramping up pressure on larger carriers to compete with the emerging low-fare airline. Beginning in mid-September, Norwegian will offer nonstop flights from Denver International and Seattle-Tacoma...

  • Chipotle restaurant workers fill orders for customers in Miami, Florida.

    A judge granted a bid by Chipotle Mexican Grill to undo a class action suit by manager trainees in six states who say they were unlawfully denied overtime pay.

  • District Judge Andrew Carter in Manhattan said the former Chipotle "apprentices" from New York, Illinois and four other states had varying duties depending on where they worked and could not show they were all eligible for overtime pay. The company's victory on Wednesday came as it faced a larger 2014 lawsuit filed in federal court in Colorado by 10,000 hourly...

  • Workers install roof trusses on a home under construction in Denver.

    At a sprawling construction site near downtown Denver, homes are taking about two months longer than normal to build because the workforce is slim.

  • U.S. home prices on a tear

    Home prices in the U.S. grew to 5.9% year-over-year in January.