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  • CENTENNIAL, Colo., May 9- Jury selection began on Monday in Colorado for the first civil trial of wrongful death and personal injury claims stemming from a 2012 mass shooting in which 12 people were killed and dozens wounded in a suburban Denver movie theater. Plaintiffs' attorney Marc Bern said Cinemark was especially negligent in failing to notify its general...

  • Investing for the long haul When William Bauer, managing director of Royce, a New Jersey leather goods company, graduated from McGill University in 2014 and HEC Paris in 2015, his mother gave him 100 shares of Johnson& Johnson stock and 100 shares of Qualcomm. Rheude studied marketing at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, driving a 2001 Audi A4 his parents...

  • WASHINGTON, May 6- The United States is behind the technology curve when it comes to publicly traded companies' financial disclosures and lagging in how it gets relevant information to investors, a top securities regulator said on Friday. In prepared remarks to a conference in Denver, Kara Stein, a Democrat member of the Securities and Exchange Commission, spoke...

  • LOS ANGELES, April 26- Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc reported its first ever quarterly loss, after food giveaways failed to lure back large numbers of paying customers turned off by a string of food safety lapses last year. Shares of the Denver- based burrito chain fell almost 5 percent after the first quarter results. Sales at established Chipotle restaurants fell...

  • LOS ANGELES, April 26- Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc's free food giveaways aimed at luring back diners after a string of food safety lapses last year failed to revive sales as much as Wall Street expected during the first quarter and its stock fell almost 3 percent. Its net loss of $26.4 million, or 88 cents per share, was less steep than the 95 cent per-share loss...

  • NEW YORK, April 26- Annualized U.S. single-family home prices rose less than expected in February, a closely watched survey showed on Tuesday. "Home prices continue to rise twice as fast as inflation, but the pace is easing off in the most recent numbers," said David M. Blitzer, managing director and chairman of the index committee at S&P Dow Jones Indices.

  • STOCKHOLM, April 20- Swedish construction company Skanska plans to expand its commercial property development business in the United States, betting interest rates won't rise fast enough to dent strong investor demand for high-yielding real estate. Skanska's U.S. chief Richard Cavallaro said the company's goal this year was to identify which U.S. cities...

  • NEW YORK, April 15- Nearly 70 percent of baby boomers view a gift of money as an expression of love, according to a Merrill Lynch survey released on Friday. While this may sound wonderful, it can complicate estate planning, especially if the generation receiving the inheritance sees things differently. You don't want somebody to feel less loved, " Michael Liersch,...

  • April 13- Cyber security company Optiv Security Inc is working with Goldman Sachs Group Inc and Morgan Stanley on an initial public offering that could come as soon as the second half of 2016, a source familiar with the matter said on Wednesday. Bloomberg News first reported on Optiv Security's IPO plans on Wednesday. Next week, Dell Secure Works, a cyber security...

  • NEW YORK, April 7- Until last week, high school senior Alex Gomez was missing a key piece in his puzzle-like plan to pay college tuition next year to the University of Colorado. The 18- year-old from Ruidoso, New Mexico had already lined up family savings, financial aid, work study and loans, and then won a $7,500 scholarship from student-loan lender Sallie Mae for...

  • Bill Gross

    Pimco said Bill Gross' abusive conduct and effort to sabotage colleagues he deemed disloyal gave it "good cause" to oust him, reported Reuters

  • April 4- Pacific Investment Management Co said former bond manager Bill Gross' abusive conduct and effort to sabotage colleagues he deemed disloyal gave it "good cause" to oust him, and not pay any of the more than $200 million of damages he now seeks in a lawsuit. In a Monday filing with the California Superior Court in Santa Ana, Pimco also said Gross acted...

  • April 4- Pacific Investment Management Co said former bond manager Bill Gross' abusive conduct and effort to "sabotage colleagues he deemed disloyal gave it" good cause "to oust him, and not pay any of the more than $200 million of damages he now seeks. In a Monday filing with the California Superior Court in Santa Ana, Pimco also said Gross acted unprofessionally...

  • Record-breaking storm hits Colorado

    Motorists got stuck in highways due to snowy conditions and strong winds late Wednesday.

  • Prospective buyers with their real estate agent survey the kitchen of a new home in Denver.

    Anyone shopping for a home today has probably had at least one encounter with sticker shock.

  • Flight Cancelled

    A blizzard shut down Denver International Airport on Wednesday, canceling 1,200 flights and stranding travelers.

  • SECURITY ALERT LIFTED AT DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT AS POLICE GIVE ALL-CLEAR ON SUSPICIOUS PACKAGES- AIRPORT TWITTER.

  • NEW YORK, March 22- Major U.S. transportation hubs were placed on alert on Tuesday, with police out in force, and part of Denver International Airport's main terminal was evacuated in response to a possible security threat after suicide bombings in Brussels killed at least 30 people. Large numbers of uniformed police officers and National Guard members in...

  • Anthony Foxx, U.S. secretary of transportation, speaks during the South By Southwest (SXSW) Interactive Festival at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, Texas, U.S.

    Seven finalists in the "Smart City Challenge," a competition to generate high-tech innovation, were unveiled at the SXSW Interactive Festival.

  • March 14- Bond manager Bill Gross will be able to pursue his lawsuit to recoup at least $200 million he claims that Pacific Investment Management Co owes him in the wake of his 2014 ouster from the firm he co-founded. California Superior Court Judge Martha Gooding ruled late Sunday that Gross' breach-of-contract lawsuit was strong enough to proceed.