Navigate Yoozpaper

Yoozpaper Front Page
The Yoozpaper
Yoozer Profile
Profile
Shared Paper
Shared Paper
Create Newspaper
Create Paper
Create Customized Paper
Custom Paper
Create Album
Create Album
Yoozer Notifications
Notifications
Edit Profile
Edit Profile
Login
Login

 
 
 
 
Login on Yoozpaper Facebook Login
1 Subscribers


Snapchat’s growth stalls in Facebook’s shadow; stock plunges

Snapchat’s growth stalls in Facebook’s shadow; stock plunges
Written by Michelle McKinney on 2017-05-11


NEW YORK — Facebook’s shadow continues to hang over Snapchat as its parent company reported disappointing numbers.Snap Inc., best known for disappearing messages even though it has evolved to become much more, had a massive loss and saw user growth continue to slow down in the first three months of the year. Its revenue was below Wall Street’s expectations in its first quarterly...(Read More)

Short-term vacation rentals surging in Colorado mountain towns

Short-term vacation rentals surging in Colorado mountain towns
Written by Michelle McKinney on 2017-04-30


Jennifer Dahir-Kanehl works 50 hours a week at a Breckenridge restaurant to pay her mortgage. This past winter she and her boyfriend eschewed a roommate, opting instead to rent a spare space through Airbnb, joining the ever-swelling tide of high country homeowners hosting short-term guests.At the restaurant and at the hotel where her boyfriend works, it’s a struggle to keep employees who can’t...(Read More)

Colorado unemployment in March just dropped to the lowest rate in the U.S.

Colorado unemployment in March just dropped to the lowest rate in the U.S.
Written by Michelle McKinney on 2017-04-21


Colorado’s unemployment rate dropped to 2.6 percent in March, the lowest in the U.S. and the lowest since the state started tracking employment in 1976.The unemployment rate dropped 0.3 of a percentage point last month from February even as the number of people actively participating in the labor force went up by 10,500 to 2,933,300.Total nonfarm payroll jobs were unchanged from February...(Read More)

Child-care providers caring for four unrelated children would be freed from licensing requirements, under legislation headed to the governor

Child-care providers caring for four unrelated children would be freed from licensing requirements, under legislation headed to the governor
Written by Michelle McKinney on 2017-03-14


Child-care providers who care for four unrelated children would no longer have to comply with Colorado licensing requirements under a bill legislators forwarded to Gov. John Hickenlooper on Tuesday.Senate Bill 17-110 had drawn spirited opposition from licensed child-care providers, who predicted lifting state oversight requirements from small operators would endanger children. They...(Read More)

Renting right now is less risky than buying in Denver’s volatile housing market

Renting right now is less risky than buying in Denver’s volatile housing market
Written by Michelle McKinney on 2017-03-10


Denver is one of three metros where home prices have risen so quickly that renting a home carries lower risks going forward than buying, according to the latest Beracha, Hardin & Johnson Buy vs. Rent Index from Florida International University and Florida Atlantic University.“The scores for Dallas, Denver and Houston have worried us for some time now,” Eli Beracha, co-author...(Read More)

Kind of a big deal: Paper-thin air-conditioning system uses no energy

Kind of a big deal: Paper-thin air-conditioning system uses no energy
Written by Michelle McKinney on 2017-02-23


You like power, right? No, not the kind thrown around by emperors and presidents. The kind that turns on lights after a simple flick of a switch — the exhilarating kind of power.Well, there’s been a recent breakthrough that can make power plants even more powerful — or at least more environmentally friendly and efficient.In 2015, the U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Research...(Read More)

Expert skiers only: Arapahoe Basin expansion adds backcountry-like terrain with chutes, glades and more

Expert skiers only: Arapahoe Basin expansion adds backcountry-like terrain with chutes, glades and more
Written by Michelle McKinney on 2017-02-19


ARAPAHOE BASIN — The shouts from the chairlift drift down to ski area boss Alan Henceroth.“How is it, Al?”“Are you getting it ready?”“Where’s the good snow?”Henceroth, who started as a ski patroller 29 years ago and now runs Arapahoe Basin ski area, peels the skins off his skis, transitioning from uphill to downhill after a short hike from beyond the ski area’s soon-to-change...(Read More)

Colorado Republicans call it “the bane” of businesses. Why this tax is so hard to change.

Colorado Republicans call it “the bane” of businesses. Why this tax is so hard to change.
Written by Michelle McKinney on 2017-02-02


For the umpteenth time in the past 25 years, Republican state lawmakers are mounting an uphill battle to cut the much-maligned business personal property tax.For small business owners, “it’s just the bane of their existence,” said Senate Majority Leader Chris Holbert, R-Parker.But despite a mutual loathing of the tax by Republicans and the state’s Democratic governor, getting...(Read More)

Parent of Boulder’s CP+B fined $1.5 million by SEC

Parent of Boulder’s CP+B fined $1.5 million by SEC
Written by Michelle McKinney on 2017-01-20


By Jerd Smith, Daily CameraMDC Partners, the parent to global advertising agency CP+B in Boulder, will pay $1.5 million to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to settle charges that the firm improperly paid perks to a former CEO and that it used non-standard metrics to report financials.In a statement MDC CEO Scott L. Kauffman said, “We are extremely pleased to have concluded the SEC...(Read More)





Yoozpaper is a social network of online newspapers written by individuals or groups. Yoozpaper takes free articles that members write and formats them as an online newspaper.

Articles Of The Week

Dumping

The River Runs Through Us

Miami Beach's new Julia hotel pays tribute to 'Mother of Miami' | Take a photo tour inside

What's Taylor Swift Up To? Singer Undergoes Social-Media Blackout

Wall of Grief