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COLUMBUS, Ga. -- A Colorado-based company says it plans to create 600 jobs in Georgia over the next five years.

RIVERTON, Wyo. -- Two large wind energy projects that would generate a combined 780 megawatts of electricity are being proposed in south-central Wyoming.

More than 40 years after being produced, one of about 60 surviving Apple I computers out of 200 made — and rarer still, fully functioning and untouched by modifications — will be auctioned Tuesday.

Recently, Kevin and his board of directors asked me to join them in a discussion of how a private equity (PE) firm will value its business and what to expect in their examination of the company. A few weeks earlier, a PE firm had approached Kevin stating that they were interested in purchasing his company […]

The Tanner Gun show may be the largest gun show in Colorado, but sandwiched between handguns and holsters are a handful of crafty vendors that would fit right in at your local yuppie farmers' market.

Energy Day recognized students in various science competitions from around the state giving away more than $6000 in scholarships for their achievements.

Jimmy Funkhouser expects a swirl of conflicting emotions Sunday when he closes the doors to his store on Tennyson Street for the last time to make way for demolition and redevelopment, a trend that is radically altering the funky character of the Berkeley neighborhood.

The seventh annual Denver Startup Week gets underway Monday and will offer more than 350 free programs covering just about all elements of the entrepreneurial business by the time it wraps on Friday. Those consulting Monday's schedule might notice a bundle of events covering the recently ubiquitous technology known as blockchain.

CoPIRG, the consumer advocacy group, urged Colorado consumers to immediately freeze their credit reports with the three major credit bureaus after fees to do that were lifted on Friday.

Colorado health officials are planning to take additional air samples near a Lakewood facility that was identified by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency last month as a place where gas emissions could potentially raise the risk for cancer.

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Companies’ record stock repurchases this year are causing profits to appear stronger and fueling the stock market’s record run.

Having secured control of European pay-TV giant Sky PLC, Comcast now must persuade investors that it didn’t overpay and that the deal will accelerate its growth.

Walt Disney didn’t win Sky as part of its acquisition of 21st Century Fox assets, but the end to the unusual bidding war leaves rival Comcast paying a sum that will benefit Disney as a minority owner of the British pay-TV operator.

Rising new-car prices are pushing more buyers to the used-car lot, where they are finding a growing selection of low-mileage vehicles that are only a few years old.

Apple wants to make scripted shows for streaming. But it doesn’t want to risk its pristine brand image by including violence, politics, raw language and risqué story lines common to cable, Netflix and Amazon.

U.S. home sales stalled in August, highlighting a growing disconnect between the sluggish housing market and the strong economy that is powering stocks to new highs.

The eurozone’s economy continued its slow-motion slowdown in September, as exports suffered from a drop off in global demand and uncertainty about future trade relations between the U.S. and other countries.

Turkey’s economic crisis has heightened concerns in Egypt about whether the Arab world’s largest country is positioned to withstand falling confidence in emerging markets world-wide.

The number of Americans filing applications for new unemployment benefits fell to a new 49-year low last week, though any effect from Hurricane Florence may not be realized for several weeks.

The company’s scale worries critics, but antitrust law punishes conduct, not size.

Federal prosecutors are probing whether big drugmakers including Sanofi, Gilead Sciences and Biogen potentially violated laws by providing free services to doctors and patients.

Congressional lawmakers have left a proposal to regulate airline “change fees” out of a bill authorizing the Federal Aviation Administration’s operations.

The total net worth of U.S. households rose to nearly $107 trillion during the second quarter of 2018, as climbing home values and stock prices boosted Americans’ wealth.

If Apple moved smartphone production to the U.S. to avoid the president’s tariffs, it could do more harm than good, Greg Ip writes.

Two of the newest iPhones hit stores Friday, with scenes of customers around the world lining up outside Apple stores. Customer turnout will go a long way toward determining Apple’s results over the next year.

New web browsers present the perfect reason to test what a modern browser can do and even consider making a change.

German luxury car maker Porsche will no longer offer diesel versions of its cars, the Volkswagen unit said, becoming the first German auto maker to drop the engines in the wake of the emissions-cheating scandal.

The past year has been good for the U.S. box office, in part thanks to MoviePass. But the future of MoviePass’s parent is in question and new limits on the number of films subscribers can see could make it less of a force.

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Two of the newest iPhones hit stores Friday, with scenes of customers around the world lining up outside Apple stores. Customer turnout will go a long way toward determining Apple’s results over the next year.

Days after the Trump administration instituted a controversial travel ban in January 2017, Google employees discussed how they could tweak the company’s search-related functions to show users how to contribute to pro-immigration organizations and contact lawmakers and government agencies, according to internal company emails.

Amazon is offering makers of electronics a small chip that would let people use their voice to command everything from microwaves and coffee machines to room fans and guitar amplifiers.

The company’s scale worries critics, but antitrust law punishes conduct, not size.

Apple wants to make scripted shows for streaming. But it doesn’t want to risk its pristine brand image by including violence, politics, raw language and risqué story lines common to cable, Netflix and Amazon.

The quest to offer free two-day delivery has forced retailers like Walmart and Target to spend billions on distribution infrastructure. It’s also forced smaller retailers to hand off selling, warehousing and shipping to a growing roster of startups and giants like FedEx and UPS—not to mention Amazon itself.

PayPal Holdings is replacing the executive in charge of its popular Venmo service for the second time in two years, putting its leadership in flux at a time when the company is looking to transform it into a moneymaker.

The EU is ramping up pressure on Facebook to better spell out to consumers how their data is being used or face sanctions in several countries.

Google CEO Sundar Pichai warned employees in a memo against letting their personal politics affect their work as the company fends off criticism that its widely used products could be biased.

Digital publisher Mic Network is considering an acquisition offer, among other strategic options, as financial pressures mount on the company.

CapitalG, investment arm of Google parent Alphabet Inc., led a funding round aimed at backing the business in the growing field of digital freight booking.

Chinese technology tycoon Jack Ma is recanting his promise to create one million jobs in the U.S., citing the trade spat between the world’s two biggest economies.

The Minneapolis Police Department has completed its initial investigation into a rape allegation against Chinese billionaire Richard Liu, and prosecutors are now expected to decide whether to bring charges.

For Adobe Systems, the deal is its largest acquisition ever and the latest sign of its ambition to become a one-stop-shop for marketers.

EU authorities have started a new regulatory front against an American tech giant by opening a preliminary investigation into Amazon’s treatment of other merchants that sell products using its platform.

For the second straight year, Apple is starting to sell its new iPhone models at different times—but this time, the lag reflects a staggered production timeline set by the tech giant rather than manufacturing issues it experienced last year.

If Apple moved smartphone production to the U.S. to avoid the president’s tariffs, it could do more harm than good, Greg Ip writes.

Android phones will soon send Google Maps-like location data to emergency call centers.

How attacks could be attempted—and what officials are doing to make sure they don’t affect the midterms.

Restaurants, airlines and others want to use the technology in everyday commerce. If, that is, customers let them.

Tesla said it received a “voluntary request for documents” from the Justice Department, which came after CEO Elon Musk’s tweet about taking the electric-car maker private.

European luxury car makers are coming after Tesla with their own high-end, long-range electric vehicles, and they are targeting on one of America’s most popular vehicle categories: SUVs.

Th tech giant is expected to surpass Verizon’s Oath and Microsoft, according to new eMarketer estimates, according to research firm eMarketer.

Facebook had been haggling with financial firms over its access to users’ sensitive financial information for years, well before coming under fire for its handling of personal data.

Residents and businesses in Puerto Rico increasingly are investing in renewable-energy technologies, mainly solar, to guard against power outages from the island’s still-rickety electric grid.

Tinkerers source carbon dioxide from welders and string connector hoses to carbonated water machines in bid to cut cost from company’s 25 cents a liter; ‘I’m sticking it to the man.’

Sports TV giant ESPN, which has battled cable TV cord-cutting, is betting big on a $4.99-a-month streaming service that carries a range of programming but not the live ESPN channels.

Researchers are working on lifts that would travel up a cable anchored above the Earth’s orbit, paving the way for extra-planetary travel

Everybody’s snooping on your internet traffic. The key is to stay hidden.

With ‘social engineering’ schemes, cybercriminals trick employees into handing over valuable information.

How criminals are using hijacked computers to earn cryptocurrency.

As hackers get smarter and more determined, artificial intelligence is going to be an important part of the solution.

We click on them without thinking and without fully understanding what we’re agreeing to. It’s time to fix that.

Companies are scrambling to meet new regulations that require them to figure out what’s going on—quickly.

One possibility is to create a Cybersecurity Peace Corps.

Two researchers say they have come up with a system that makes passphrases more secure and practical.

Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos tries never to schedule a meeting before 10 a.m. and likes to make a small number of high-quality decisions daily.

A century ago, Nikola Tesla was a wildly successful inventor, yet a failed entrepreneur. What went wrong?

Modern batteries need cobalt. Apple, VW and others still include in their supply chains the owner of an African mine where workers produce the metal without shoes or safety equipment.