Starwood touts itself in corporate filings “as one of the largest hotel and leisure companies in the world,” with about $6 billion in annual revenue and more than 180,000 employees.Read More →
States spent about $38 million last year fighting tobacco addiction, and tobacco use costs the economy $289 billion a year in medical costs and lost productivity, according to the Centers for Disease Control.Read More →
By Arthur Kane | Watchdog.org
DENVER —The Colorado House Business, Labor, Economic and Workforce Development Committee unanimously passed a bill designed to block ATM welfare withdrawals at strip bars, liquor stores, pot dispensaries and casinos after a series of Watchdog.org stories exposed thousands of tax dollars taken out at those locations.
State Rep. Tim Dore, R-Elizabeth, said […]
Federal law clearly says that payment vouchers to outside attorneys acting as public defenders should be available to the taxpayers who pay those bills — especially after all legal appeals are exhausted.Read More →
For more than a decade, Aurora businessman Gregory Golyansky made a comfortable — though not extravagant — living from his downtown Denver pawn shop.Read More →
Denver Public Schools had four times the number of administrators as any other large metro area districts last year, and salaries and benefits for those staffers are $22 million more than the next largest metro district, Colorado Department of Education figures show.Read More →