Posted: 01/27/2009 - Target Corp. says it's cutting an undisclosed number of staffers in its headquarters as part of an effort to reduce expenses.
Posted: 01/27/2009 - American Greetings Corp. says it's cutting about 200 jobs as the company adjusts for weaker sales in the ailing economy.
Posted: 01/26/2009 - A congressional analysis says that President Barack Obama's economic stimulus plan would flow into the economy a little more slowly than he predicted.
Posted: 01/26/2009 - Wall Street has managed an advance the hard way -- zigzagging in response to a mix of earnings and economic news before closing moderately higher.
Posted: 01/26/2009 - It's already been a lousy year for workers less than a month into 2009 and there's no relief in sight. Tens of thousands of fresh layoffs were announced Monday and more companies are expected to cut payrolls in the months ahead.
Posted: 01/26/2009 - A news release sent out by Home Depot Inc. stressed that the layoffs do not affect "orange box" Home Depot stores and no Home Depot employees will lose their jobs. Only Expo Design Centers and YardBIRDS will be affected.
Posted: 01/25/2009 - Investors will be looking to a pile of earnings reports due out this week for signs of when the economy might begin to turn around.
Updated: 01/25/2009 - Don't expect a quick fix to the nation's economic problems.
Updated: 01/25/2009 - National Hirschfeld LLC has filed a petition for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, but the 102-year-old Denver printing company says it still plans to close.
Posted: 01/25/2009 - Some Western governors say the plan for $825 billion in economic stimulus spending should spur development of energy infrastructure in their states.
Updated: 01/23/2009 - Dubai is considered the "in" spot in the Middle East. In the past few years the modern city has attracted a lot of attention. Part of the United Arab Emirates... Dubai is located between Oman and Saudi Arabia with a population of more than a million people. I recently traveled to Dubai and found the global credit crunch is hurting folks there, too.
Posted: 01/22/2009 - Checks Unlimited will lay off up to 100 employees in Colorado Springs after consolidating check-printing operations in Salt Lake City and Kansas City, Mo.
Posted: 01/22/2009 - The parent company of Colorado's Lockheed Martin Space Systems Company says fourth-quarter earnings rose 3 percent, but it has lowered its 2009 profit outlook on an expected spike in pension costs.
Posted: 01/21/2009 - Denver and Adams counties will cut the number of families receiving aid through the Colorado Child Care Assistance Program amid less money to handle a surge in applications.
Posted: 01/20/2009 - Clear Channel Communications Inc. is laying off 1,850 employees as the nation's largest owner of radio stations grapples with the economic meltdown.
Posted: 01/20/2009 - The dawn of the Obama presidency was not enough to shake Wall Street from its dejection over the banking industry's growing problems.
Posted: 01/19/2009 - The day before President-elect Barack Obama takes office, the escalating problems facing major banks around the world couldn't be clearer.
Posted: 01/16/2009 - President George W. Bush says that while the current economic crisis has sent shock waves around the world, his administration has taken steps that laid the groundwork for recovery.
Updated: 01/16/2009 - A company that's announced plans to create 500 new technology and managerial jobs in Colorado says its fourth-quarter profit matched what it earned in the same period a year ago, even as its revenue fell.
Posted: 01/15/2009 - A day after two major divisions at Random House Inc. announced reorganizations and confirmed job cuts, a third division has also reconfigured and reduced.
Posted: 01/14/2009 - Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says the Senate will vote Thursday on a request to release the remaining $350 billion of the financial bailout fund.
Posted: 01/14/2009 - The E.W. Scripps Co. has asked interested buyers to submit bids for the Rocky Mountain News by close of business Friday.
Posted: 01/14/2009 - A top Democrat says President-elect Barack Obama's economic team supports spending between $40 billion and $100 billion from the remaining financial sector bailout specifically to reduce the number of foreclosures.
Posted: 01/14/2009 - A darkening outlook for companies from banks to retailers to energy producers has pummeled Wall Street Wednesday.