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Dec 11, 2017

The One Company That Could Have an Astonishingly Bad Year -- and Still Be Valued at $60 Billion

It's impossible to talk about Uber in 2017 without talking about the scandals. They seemed endless. But throughout its spate of astonishingly bad PR, Uber's business has continued to grow. Company leadership is confident that 2017 was the peak of its notoriety, not of its fortunes. "We've actually come out a much stronger company, I think, than when we went into the year," said Uber VP and general manager Rachel Holt, who runs the North American division and global customer support.

Dec 11, 2017

Hearing on A-Line, G-Line crossing gate certification set for early 2018

A final decision on the fate of two metro Denver commuter rail lines should come early next year, after a judge with the Colorado Public Utilities Commission on Friday set a March date for a hearing on the matter.

Dec 11, 2017

Nearly 300 homeless people found jobs through Denver pilot program

The City of Denver says 284 people participated in the program, which gives hourly jobs to people who are homeless, between November 2016 and November 2017.

Dec 11, 2017

Denver shows off plans to replace infamous “slot home”

A slot home is a multi-unit residential project that is designed around a narrow driveway or open space, aka “the slot.” While most residences face toward the street, slot homes turn inward, often presenting bare walls to their neighbors.

Dec 11, 2017

See inside central Denver’s new $44 million urban recreation center

When it opens next month, Denver’s new Carla Madison Recreation Center will be a marvel of the parks system, from its outdoor climbing wall and bouldering rock to separate lap pool and children’s pool areas to a stacked-floor design that makes it the city’s first truly urban facility.



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