Half Of Americans Spend Their Entire Paycheck On Living Expenses, Study SaysAbout half of Americans claim that their expenses are equal to or greater than their income, according to a new study from the Center for Financial Services Innovation.
Trump Proposal Aims At Another Way Of Getting People To WorkPresident Donald Trump is trying to change the subject back to his promise to make American job creation a top priority.
Colorado Ranked 9th-Best Place To LiveThe economic future is looking good for Colorado. U.S. News and World listed Colorado number one for the economy ahead of New Hampshire and Minnesota.
Report: Colorado's Economy Is No. 1 In U.S.Colorado's economy is getting national attention.
Target To Hire More Than 70,000 For Holiday SeasonTarget says it will hire more than 70,000 seasonal store workers during the busy holiday shopping season, about the same as it hired last year.
Colorado Snowpack Numbers On The RiseThe benefits are felt in the long-term just as they are in the immediate future.
Vice President Biden Coming To Denver For Economic SpeechVice President Joe Biden is coming to Denver on Tuesday to talk about the administration's economic policies.
Vice President Biden To Travel To Colorado To Talk EconomyVice President Joe Biden will be traveling to Denver next week to participate in a series of events focusing on the economy.
Gloomy Weather Impacts Economy Of Local Businesseshe rain is expected to stick around for Memorial Day weekend, and the bad weather is beginning to affect business.
Hickenlooper Talks Fiscal Challenges In State Of The StateDemocratic Gov. John Hickenlooper told lawmakers Colorado faces fiscal challenges in the coming years, but he stopped short of directing them to go to voters to allow the state to keep budget surpluses that must be refunded.
Governor Candidates Put The Focus On Last-Minute VotersWith Election Day only a day away, the two candidates in Colorado's tight governor's race are going to be visiting with voters in more than a dozen different cities.
Colorado Unemployment In September Was 4.7 PercentColorado gained 14,600 jobs in September and the unemployment rate dropped to 4.7 percent, with most of the gains coming from the private sector, state officials said Tuesday.

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