Business

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GJ Wachovia officials don’t expect much impact from buyout

By Staff

The green light is on for Wells Fargo’s $11.7 billion acquisition of Wachovia Corp. after Sunday’s approval by the Federal Reserve, and the deal should be complete by the end of the year. Area Wachovia officials said the local ...


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Graff Dairy lowers price of milk

By Staff

The nation’s economy has been in turmoil recently, but milk drinkers received some refreshing last week. David Nichols, co-owner of Graff Dairy, lowered milk prices for the first time in months. Milk prices at Graff Dairy, 581 29 Road ...


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Sun Biz: Despite nationwide slump, auto dealer plans expansion

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Defying the financial gravity of the times, the Ed Bozarth car dealership in Grand Junction is moving ahead with plans to transform its gateway location to Grand Junction. The 16-year-old dealership for Chevrolet, Pontiac, Buick and Saturn is ...


Briefs: Biz Buzz October 12, 2008

By Staff

Until the past month, a lot of us lived in daily ignorance of the Dow. And wasn’t it bliss? That was for Wall Street. That was for the people on the trading floor. That was as pesky as checking the monthly bank statements in the mail. ...


Briefs: Biz Briefcase October 11, 2008

By Staff

• Kissner General Contractors Inc. in Cory was the recipient of the Gold Hard Hat Award presented by McGraw-Hill Construction Colorado. The award is given to the top Colorado projects completed by Colorado companies in the past ...


Sunlight incorporation proposed

By Dennis Webb

Democratic Garfield County Commission candidate Steve Carter says if an urban area is created at Sunlight Mountain Resort, it should be incorporated as a town to properly address the impacts. Carter’s Republican opponent, Mike Samson, ...


Tight economy shutters 13 Photography

By Staff

Staff members of 13 Photography announced Thursday that the gallery will close next month, citing economic conditions. “Current economic conditions are obviously volatile and had a major influence on this decision,” owner Rich ...


Furniture store owner lands cushy deal with Serta Mattress

By Staff

A positive business story amid weeks of news of a spiraling national economy is a rare thing. Rarer still is the positive story about a business closing, but Riley’s Fine Furniture is shutting its doors, and the future couldn’t ...


Briefs: Biz Briefcase October 08, 2008

By Staff

•   Capelli Selvaggi Salon will have donation hair cuts from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday to benefit breast cancer research. • Cheryl Squier and Dierdre Robillard of Edward Jones will discuss the volatility in the ...


Mesa State business department head weighs in on economic crisis

By Staff

Morgan Bridge, professor and head of the business department at Mesa State College, has kept a close eye on the state of the national economy both for benefit of classroom discussions with her students as well as a professional ...


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