JCPenney Announces Seasonal Hiring PlanAs the holiday shopping season gets closer, another retailer is now hiring to accomodate the rush.
Colorado-Based Lucky's Market Selling CBD ProductsA Colorado-based chain of natural food stores is selling products containing hemp-derived extracts containing the cannabis compound known as CBD.
Target Raising Minimum Wage To $11, $15 By End Of 2020Target Corp. is raising its minimum hourly wage for workers to $11 starting next month and then to $15 by the end of 2020.
Target Hiring 100,000 Ahead Of Holiday SeasonTarget is hiring 100,000 people to work at its more than 1,800 stores during its busiest time.
One Business Bounces Back After Damaging Hail StormA third store at Colorado Mills mall in Lakewood is re-opening after a major hail storm forced the mall to close, some stores will stay shuttered for months.
Rash Of Stolen Shopping Carts Prompts Store To Issue NoticeOwners of a Denver hardware store have posted a notice on the internet asking neighbors for help finding stolen shopping carts.
Colorado To Receive $280,000 From Data Breach SettlementColorado will receive nearly $280,000 from a multimillion-dollar settlement reached between retailer Target and 47 states and the District of Columbia.
Target Announces Plan To Open Store On 16th Street Mall Next YearThe Target store on the 16th Street Mall is moving forward with the retail giant announcing they plan to open the store next year.
16th Street Mall Target Store Development Moves ForwardThe Target store on the 16th Street Mall is moving forward.
Target Shoppers Could Be Getting New Option In Downtown DenverA Target store could be moving into the 16th Street Mall.
'Every Woman's Nightmare': Teen Charged As Adult In Kidnapping, Sex AssaultA 16-year-old, accused in a kidnapping and sexual assault, has been charged as an adult.
CVS Generic Competitor To EpiPen, Sold At A 6th The PriceCVS is now selling a rival, generic version of Mylan's EpiPen at about a sixth of its price, just months after the maker of the life-saving allergy treatment was eviscerated before Congress because of its soaring cost to consumers.