The New York Times – A burst of hiring in June provided a reassuring sign that the U.S. economy will likely withstand global weakness that may be magnified by Britain’s decision to leave the European Union. Learn more.
The Denver Post – Boulder Brands could be a springboard for Pinnacle Foods to acquire smaller natural and organic companies, the packaged and frozen food giant’s CEO, Bob Gamgort, said Thursday. Learn more.
Daily Camera – Rambo said life isn’t all sunshine and rainbows, but he didn’t live in Boulder. Positivity was the theme of the evening at the 2016 Economic Forecast event, put on Wednesday evening by the Boulder Economic Council. Continue reading.
Daily Camera – Sustainable banking is coming to Boulder. New Resource Bank, a California state-chartered institution, has applied to set up a loan production office at 1877 Broadway. A loan production office is not a branch, but a location that deals exclusively with the application and financing of loans. Keep reading.
Longmont Times-Call – Colorado employment will continue to expand in 2016, construction will grow in the residential and commercial markets, while the state’s natural resources, mining and agriculture industries will remain soft. Continue reading.