Regional accounting firm names new CEO

An accountant with more than 20 years of experience has been elected chief executive officer of the largest public accounting firm based in Western Colorado. Christopher West will become CEO of Dalby, Wendland & Co. effective July 1. West will focus on leadership and the direction of the firm, including operations, staffing, services, technology and […]

Advisor appointed to national financial literacy committee

A certified public accountant who runs a financial services firm based in Grand Junction has been appointed to a national committee formed to advance financial literacy in the United States. Matt Rosenberg, president of RoseCap Financial Advisors, was selected by the American Institute of CPAs to serve on the National CPA Financial Literacy Commission. The […]

Fund-raiser dares participants to brave the shave

An annual fund-raising event that dares participants to brave the shave is scheduled for June 22 at the Avalon Theater in downtown Grand Junction. Men, women and children who volunteer for the St. Baldrick’s Grand Valley and Community Hospital head shaving event will raise money and awareness for the St. Baldrick’s Foundation and childhood cancer […]

Low inventories slow Mesa County real estate sales

Phil Castle, The Business Times Low inventories and the limited selection that goes with it continue to slow real estate sales in Mesa County. “It’s that selection thing that’s keeping a lot of people home,” said Robert Bray, chief executive officer of Bray Real Estate in Grand Junction. While demand remains strong, both the number […]

West Star Aviation retains top rating in magazine survey

An aviation company with operations in Grand Junction remains the top-ranked maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) facility in the latest results of an annual magazine survey. West Star Aviation ranked first among most-preferred MROs in the 2019 survey conducted by Professional Pilot magazine. The company has ranked first since the magazine added the category to […]

U.S. jobless rate retreats to nearly 50-year low

The unemployment rate has dropped to its lowest level in the United States in nearly 50 years as payrolls keep growing. The jobless rate decreased two-tenths of a point to 3.6 percent and nonfarm payrolls increased 263,000 in April, according to the latest estimates from the Department of Labor. The unemployment rate now stands at […]

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