March 5, 2013
Colorado’s Billionaires 
Forbes magazine released its annual tally of billionaires around the globe. Here are some Coloradans who made the list: 
• Investor Philip Anschutz, No. 109, $10 billion
• Cable-TV operator John Malone, No. 198, $6 billion
• Cheese magnate James Leprino, No. 458, $3 billion
•Gary Magness, cable and investment interests, No. 931 (tie), $1.6 billion
•Pat Stryker, heiress of a medical-device company, No. 931 (tie), $1.6 billion
• Janus mutual-fund founder Thomas Bailey, No. 1,342, $1 billion
(Photo: Getty Images) 

Colorado’s Billionaires 

Forbes magazine released its annual tally of billionaires around the globe. Here are some Coloradans who made the list: 

• Investor Philip Anschutz, No. 109, $10 billion

• Cable-TV operator John Malone, No. 198, $6 billion

• Cheese magnate James Leprino, No. 458, $3 billion

Gary Magness, cable and investment interests, No. 931 (tie), $1.6 billion

Pat Stryker, heiress of a medical-device company, No. 931 (tie), $1.6 billion

• Janus mutual-fund founder Thomas Bailey, No. 1,342, $1 billion

(Photo: Getty Images) 

February 13, 2013
$130.97: Average planned Valentine’s Day spending
Consumer news editor Dave Burdick writes: This week’s Stat of the Week is particularly timely: What the National Retail Federation tells us is the average planned Valentine’s Day spending.

$130.97: Average planned Valentine’s Day spending

Consumer news editor Dave Burdick writes: This week’s Stat of the Week is particularly timely: What the National Retail Federation tells us is the average planned Valentine’s Day spending.

(Source: The Denver Post)

December 1, 2012

Oh baby! Baby animals from around the world

A collection photos of baby animals from around the world: some in captivity, some in the wild; some common, some exotic; some incredibly cute, others incredibly ugly.

(Source: The Denver Post)

May 21, 2012
Where are Facebook’s friends? Stock is down on second day trading
Facebook’s stock is tumbling well below its $38 IPO price in the social network’s second day of trading as a public company on Monday. Shares are down 11 percent in late morning trading.

Where are Facebook’s friends? Stock is down on second day trading

Facebook’s stock is tumbling well below its $38 IPO price in the social network’s second day of trading as a public company on Monday. Shares are down 11 percent in late morning trading.

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