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  1. Proposal would raise some tolls, lower others on I-25 and U.S. 36
    Plenary Roads Denver, the private contractor that operates toll lanes on Interstate 25 and U.S. 36 has proposed changes, with tolls dropping at some times during the day and increasing during others. Plenary manages the toll lanes on I-25 between U.S. 36 and downtown Denver as well as the toll lanes on U.S. 36. It does not manage toll lanes farther north on I-25. “In general, two years in, they feel that they got the toll rates right for the most part — but the shoulder times, right before…
  2. Pray your pilot doesn't do THIS on your next flight (Video, photos)
    Boeing Co. has released a gut-churning videoshowing pilots of its two newest airplanes performing what it called "dynamic maneuvers" together over Washington state. The Boeing (NYSE: BA) video aimed to highlight the Chicago-based jet maker's two newest commercial airplane products before this week's Paris Air Show, which ends Sunday. PHOTOS: Boeing at the Paris Air Show The video highlights some fancy flying by Boeing test pilots doing some wild moves with the new 737 Max 9 and the 787-10 Dreamliner…
  3. Thought Leader: Denver Water's Jim Lochhead is a steward of the region's most vital resource (Video)
    He heads the region's largest water utility in a time of climate change.
  4. Boomers are pumping up prices — and rents — for vacation homes; here's where Denver stands
    Denver is among a handful of markets seeing a surge in demand for vacation homes.
  5. Lockheed Martin funds advanced space manufacturing lab at MSU Denver
    Lockheed Martin is donating $1 million Metropolitan State University of Denver over the next four years to support advanced manufacturing instruction and labs in the university's new aerospace and engineering programs. The donation announcement comes the same day as Metro State University opens the school's new Aerospace and Engineering Sciences Building on its campus at the edge of downtown Denver. Lockheed Martin Space Systems Co., a major division of the Bethesda, Maryland-based defense contractor…
  6. Why King Soopers' owner isn't worried about the Amazon-Whole Foods deal
    ​While the supermarket world is abuzz with the expansion of Amazon into the bricks-and-mortar world of grocery stores with its deal to buy Whole Foods, Kroger executives aren’t concerned and feel they’re in prime position to thrive.
  7. Denver company sells off three Kentucky industrial buildings to Chicago's GLP
    An affiliate of Chicago-based GLP US bought more than 600,000 square feet of industrial space across three buildings.
  8. Zayo's top salesman jumps back to Level 3 after only one month
    After only one month on the job, the top salesman at Zayo Group Holdings Inc. has jumped back to his previous employer. Boulder-based Zayo (NYSE: ZAYO) said that Edward (Ed) Morche has left his post as president of sales to return to Level 3 Communications Inc. Morche joined Zayo in May, touted "as a proven sales leader within our industry who will be instrumental in driving continued growth" by Zayo. But on Thursday, Morche was headed back to Broomfield's Level 3 (NYSE: LVLT), which is heading…
  9. Good Works: Home Run Derby raises more than $35,000
    A daily roundup of businesses philanthropic contributions to the community.
  10. Denver IT hiring expected to increase in second half of 2017
    With more tech companies moving into the Denver area, information technology hiring is expected to increase in the second half of this year. According to staffing firm Robert Half, 20 percent of CIOs say they plan to add full-time technology professionals to their companies. And with more hiring comes more competition for talent: "66 percent of Denver hiring leaders say that it's somewhat or very challenging to find skilled IT professionals," according to the Robert Half report. "We have more…