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STARTEK ramps up with plans to hire 350 by end of year

By Greg Ruland

A back office service provider with worldwide reach plans to hire about 350 people by December, an expansion that will likely make it one of the largest employers in Mesa County, company officials said Tuesday. STARTEK is ramping up for at ...

BizBuzz, Aug. 27

By Staff

A Minnesota family with roots in Delta returned to the West Slope earlier this year to reconnect with loved ones and buy a business, said Mike Sitz, owner of a Certified Restoration Dry Cleaning Network at Holiday Cleaners, 1251 N. Third St. ...


Investors should remain calm, stand fast, financial advisers say

By Greg Ruland

Several Grand Junction financial advisers said Monday’s 588-point drop in the Dow Jones industrial average was an overdue market correction and urged those invested for the long haul to remain calm and wait it out. More damaging to the ...

Biz Buzz, Aug. 23, 2015

By Staff

John and Shari Markley invested in a former associate’s flower business a while back, but the business stumbled and the couple recently decided to take over in an effort to recoup. Like any new retail business, it can take a while to ...


CMU students could become company owners through innovation center

By Greg Ruland

With the completion of Maverick Innovation Center, Colorado Mesa University is spawning a cutting-edge, creative space where science, education and commerce meet to launch innovative products and ferry them to market. Pinon Hall, the newly ...

Why planning for your death is not enough

By Garrett Forsgren/Steve Wright

In our last column, we explained how an estate plan should address what happens to you (and your things) if you become incapacitated. If you do not address these issues, the estate plan you are left with may create more problems than it ...

Colorado economic office reaches out to West Slope

By Greg Ruland

At least 10 Western Slope businesses will be there next week when a state official arrives in Grand Junction to explain a grant program for advanced industries that could net them hundreds of thousands of dollars in matching grants for ...

BizBuzz, Aug. 20, 2015

By Staff

Powderhorn Mountain Resort is opening a downtown Grand Junction office at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the Home Loan State Bank building, 205 N. Fourth St. The office will be open Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. until opening day, ...

Business Briefcase, Aug. 20, 2015

By Staff

Law firm awards two scholarships for fall Every year, attorneys of LaCroix & Hand award scholarships to graduating high school seniors or current college or trade school students from the Western Slope. The scholarships are awarded ...

Biz Buzz, Aug. 16, 2015

By Staff

Seeds of Revolution, an avant-garde clothing and jewelry store that until recently operated on Main Street, moved recently to a new location at 241 Grand Ave., said Racheal Litsheim, who owns the business with her husband, David. Seeds of ...

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