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From the dining room to the board room

When Shellie Kark sat around her family’s dinner table growing up, she didn’t realize a business model was being formed. Kark, a Denver native who graduated from RMHA...

JCPA’s Gutow lauds rise in minimum wage

When the minimum wage went up 70 cents to $6.55 on July 24, Rabbi Steve Gutow’s relief embraced both American workers and national Jewish organizations that finally...

Waldbaum to hold initial endowed professorship

Roberta Waldbaum, assistant professor in languages and literatures at DU, will hold the initial Anna Maglione-Sie Endowed Professorship in Italian Culture. The endowed...

Emergencies will involve private sector

The Colorado Emergency Preparedness Partnership will include the private sector in emergency preparedness and homeland security. The private sector will play a role in...

Jewish funding deal fails over world ORT

NEW YORK — A deal between the two overseas arms of the North American federation system over how to split the money they receive from the federations apparently has...

DAT names Neal-Bashari development director

DAT announces the appointment of Kathy Neal-Bashari as development director. In her role as development director Neal-Bashari is building on the previous efforts of the...

Landmark opens; 131 luxury residences

Landmark Tower 1 opened in May, marking the first stage in the completion of a multidimensional, luxury buidling project in southeast Denver. The Landmark, with 13...

Conservative movement: Jewish-owned businesses must pay a living wage

NEW YORK — Just days after the Conservative movement became the only Jewish denomination to speak out against alleged worker abuse at the largest kosher slaughterhouse...