Despite inflation, a tight labor market and fears of a recession, a record number of new businesses started operating in the fourth quarter of 2022 in Colorado and many other benchmarks are positive, according to a report by the University of Colorado and the secretary of state's office.
For the second time in nearly a decade, North Dakota is considering changes to a longstanding law that blocks corporate ownership of farms.
Super Bowl LVII is right around the corner, which means Arizona will see hefty spending and wide exposure because of the massive sporting event featuring the Kansas City Chiefs facing the Philadelphia Eagles.
The U.S. Department of Justice and eight states are going after Google.
Colorado's unemployment rate dropped slightly in December and the size of the state's labor force declined, according to the state's Department of Labor and Employment.
Farmers aren't likely to enjoy a calm year this year, according to agricultural economists from Purdue University.
Colorado ranks seventh nationally when it comes to addressing climate change in its building practices, according to the latest U.S. Green Building Council report.
The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics' released its latest Producer Price Index data Wednesday which showed prices dropped 0.5 percent in December after rising 0.4 percent in October and 0.2 percent in November.
The proposed merger between the Idaho-based grocery chain Albertsons and Kroger has antitrust laws in the spotlight, as the supermarket companies are already the two largest in the country.
A bill has been filed in the Texas legislature that would ban citizens, governments and entities of China, Iran, North Korea and Russia from purchasing land in Texas.