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Seasonal hiring is beginning in earnest as two more employers announced Thursday they will be taking on hundreds of workers in Colorado through the holidays.

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Despite Colorado’s push for electric cars, some depreciate by as much as 70% over five years

When it comes to losing value, electric and hybrid car owners face some shocking rates of depreciation, according to a new study from iSeeCars.com.

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Financial services giant TIAA looking to serve Colorado customers in more down-to-earth way

TIAA isn't as well known as Fidelity Investments or Charles Schwab, but the financial giant manages $1.2 trillion in assets, including more than $4 billion locally, and counts around 150,000 customers in the state.

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AP Exclusive: Toxic metal found in chain stores’ jewelry

Jewelry with the toxic metal cadmium is showing up on the shelves of national retailers including Ross, Nordstrom Rack and Papaya, according to newly released test results.

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Dow industrials sink 831 points as tech companies plunge

U.S. stocks plunged Wednesday as investors, fearful that rising interest rates and trade tensions could hurt company profits, ramped up their selling of high-flying technology and internet stocks. The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 831 points, its worst loss in eight months.

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Colorado commuters can get discounted or free rides as Google’s Waze carpool service goes national

Colorado was among 13 states that served as a testing ground for the beta version of the service last month. Through the end of October the company will reward the state with subsidized rides.

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Energy company making its new home in Denver contributes $350,000 to help the city’s homeless

BP's Lower 48 onshore operations, which recently moved its U.S. headquarters to Denver, is stepping up to help the homeless by paying $350,00 toward local shelters' gas and electric utility costs for the next 12 months.

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