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2 cortez pot shop employees face embezzlement charges – the denver post


cortez, colo. — two employees at a southwestern colorado marijuana dispensary are facing felony charges for allegedly stealing from the store.police say timber higgins and sheila castor embezzled more than $12,000 from the medicine man marijuana dispensary in cortez. they’re accused of ringing up phony military discounts of 15 percent, but charging the customers full price and pocketing the difference.the owner of the dispensary tells the cortez journal that she noticed the increase in military discounts last month. she reviewed her store’s transactions and concluded that higgins and castor were ringing up the phony discounts, then reported the case to police.higgins and castor received felony summonses for embezzlement on thursday. the two are scheduled to appear in montezuma county court






former audit director at cdot charged with multiple embezzlement-related charges


kirk mitchell is a general assignment reporter at the denver post who focuses on criminal justice stories. he began working at the newspaper in 1998, after writing for newspapers in mesa, ariz., and twin falls, idaho, and the associated press in salt lake city. mitchell first started writing the cold case blog in fall 2007, in part because colorado has more than 1,400 unsolved homicides.






former jetsmarter president faces embezzlement charges


san francisco—the former president of florida startup jetsmarter inc., billed as the uber for private jets, is expected to appear in court this week in california on embezzlement charges. gennady barsky is accused by prosecutors in contra costa county, calif. of embezzling more than $11 million from a real-estate investment partnership prior to...






colorado walmart shooting suspect could face more charges


denver — a 47-year-old colorado man suspected of fatally shooting three people inside a suburban denver walmart is due to make a court appearance monday.scott ostrem is being held without bond on suspicion of first-degree murder, a charge that can lead to life without parole or a death sentence.but he could face additional charges monday when prosecutors are expected to file formal charges.ostrem is accused of walking into the walmart in the north denver suburb of thornton and killing two men and a woman on nov. 1. he was arrested the following day after a brief car chase.killed were 52-year-old pamela marques of denver; 66-year-old carlos moreno of thornton; and 26-year-old victor vasquez of denver.authorities have declined to comment about a motive for the shooting.






denver dry goods, route 66, “voices of counterculture” – the denver post


by sandra dallas, special to the denver postthe denver dry goods:  where colorado shopped with confidence.  by mark a. barnhouse.  history press.arcadia publishingif you lived in colorado a generation or more ago, the denver dry goods was part of your life.  children attended the santa claus party or the doll tea. women purchased designer dresses in the columbine room, while men headed for the western shop.  (the store owned its own boot manufacturer.)  and everybody ate in the denver dry tea room. in “the denver dry goods,” author mark a. barnhouse tells the history of one of denver’s iconic institutions.once housed in the granite building in larimer square, the denver began as mcnamara dry goods in 1883.  it moved uptown to 16th and california just in time for the 1893 recession.  m.j. m






7-year-old falls from chairlift at colorado ski resort – the denver post


cortez — a 7-year-old is recovering after falling about 26 feet from a chairlift at a southwestern colorado ski resort.the cortez journal reports that the was in stable condition after the sunday incident.purgatory resort spokeswoman kim oyler says in a statement that the fall occurred as the chairlift neared the unloading zone at the top of the mountain.witnesses reported that the fell from her chair after the arm bar was raised.emergency responders were called to the scene and took the child to a hospital. an update on her condition as of monday was not available.oyler says the chairlift was operating normally sunday and has been since the incident took place.






city council signs off on lease deal for denver post space – the denver post


the denver city council signed off monday night on a lease deal that would add nearly 47,000 square feet in the denver post building.city government offices now are on portions of the first and seventh floors of the private office building under a sublease with the newspaper. under the terms of an 87-month, $11.2 million sublease amendment, the city also will occupy the entire eighth floor as soon as dec. 1 when the post’s newsroom and remaining advertising employees move out.most of the affected post employees will work out of its printing plant on washington street in adams county. the newspaper is seeking a smaller downtown office space for a portion of its staff.an earlier story provided more details of the new lease deal, which is based on market rates for downtown office space.






ex-garfield county employee guilty of felony embezzlement – the denver post


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gunsmoke shop owner richard wyatt jury still out, except for one who never came


david is a member of the investigations team and has been at the denver post since 1999. he was a founding member of the team before writing about banking, finance, human services, consumer affairs, and business investigations. he has also worked at newspapers in new york, st. louis and detroit over a 35-year career that began at the post.






caboose hobbies going full-steam ahead in lakewood – the denver post


when jay cox visits colorado, he typically makes a trip to caboose hobbies to pick up some model train supplies. but after the store closed in denver last year, it seemed he had maybe made his last trip to what was the largest train hobby shop in the world, according to the guinness book of world records.now, thanks to new ownership, the store has reopened in lakewood, and cox was able to stop by while in town from oklahoma last week.“it’s a great relief that this great hobby shop would continue,” cox said. “i was disappointed when they closed.”cox isn’t the only out-of-state visitor who makes his way into the shop. the new owner kevin ruble, who had been a customer for years before buying the store, said model train enthusiasts from all over will often make a weekend out of driving to the






french presidential candidate, francois fillon, charged with embezzlement | the


share thistagscronyismfrancefrancois fillonfrançois hollandefrench president francois hollandepoliticsrepublican partyworld newsfrancois fillon, a french presidential candidate, was charged with embezzlement this week. filion, a center-right candidate was brought up on charges on tuesday, harming the candidate’s campaign. he has stated that he will continue to campaign for presidency despite the charges against him.the candidate’s charges focus on employment of his wife, two children at the expense of the public.fillon was a leading candidate in november before a report that his wife was a parliamentary aide that is a no-show. the news led to his support tumbling in recent months. his campaign stabilized the poll numbers enough to keep him in the presidential race before news broke on tues






42-year-old man chokes to death at voodoo doughnut shop on east colfax – the den


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






mt gox ceo denies embezzling millions of dollars of bitcoins


tokyo — the head of the failed japan-based bitcoin exchange mt. gox has pleaded innocent to charges of embezzlement and data manipulation.france-born mark karpeles went on trial tuesday, suspected of accessing the exchange's computer system in february 2013 and inflating his account.speaking after the hearing, karpeles said he was not guilty and that he was still analyzing data, trying to figure out what went wrong.mt. gox shut down in february 2014, saying it had gone bankrupt after losing about 850,000 bitcoins, possibly to hackers.karpeles was arrested in august 2015 and released on bail last year. he has denied wrongdoing. if found guilty of embezzlement, he could face up to five years in prison, or a fine of up to 500,000 yen ($4,000).






denver prosecutors drop charges against man in case of two women accused in hate


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






grand county prosecutors dismiss burn-ordinance charges against husband of denve


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






no charges coming for colorado officers who fatally shot man


denver (ap) — colorado officials say the westminster police officers who shot and killed a man on june 30 followed proper procedure and won’t face criminal charges.the denver post reported (http://dpo.st/2xlwzkc ) wednesday that a letter from 17 judicial district attorney dave young to westminster police chief tim carlson stated the two officers who shot brett rodriguez feared for their lives when rodriguez began to draw a firearm from his waistband.rodriguez was wanted on a warrant for felony child abuse when he was spotted by authorities. the responding officers say they approached rodriguez while he was sitting in the front passenger seat of a vehicle. they say upon asking rodriguez to show his hands, he leaned over, exposed a hand gun on his hip and reached for it. the officers then fi






denver police id suspect accused of shooting man in the face on east colfax – th


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






“meat is murder” teen won’t face felony charges in boulder – the denver post


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the denver post sues former senior vp of advertising and two others who launched


the denver post on friday filed a lawsuit against the newspaper’s former senior vice president of advertising and two other employees, accusing them of conspiring to use the newspaper’s trade secrets and confidential information to set up a competing advertising agency.the lawsuit, filed in denver district court, alleges the employees, before they resigned from the post, solicited business from at least one of the newspaper’s advertisers.from top are reid wicoff, david staley and nicole brennanthe lawsuit names as defendants reid wicoff, the former senior vice president of advertising; david staley, a former senior digital sales strategist for the newspaper; and nicole brennan, the former director of digital advertising operations. also sued was digible inc., an ad agency the lawsuit alleg






la cache, denver: business q&a


business: lacacheaddress: 400 north downing st., denverhours: 10 a.m.-4 p.m, monday-saturdayfounded: 1984contact: 303-871-9605employees: approximately 50+ volunteersinterview with tom roth, volunteer co-managerq: how did you get involved in this business?a: i started as a shopper, then volunteered one day a week, and after my retirement i have increased my volunteering to two plus days a week.february 15, 2017 business q&a: paws ‘n’ play, arvada february 15, 2017 business q&a: injector 5280, denver february 15, 2017 business q&a: golden yoga, golden february 14, 2017 business q&a: the perfect cake by shirley, centennial february 7, 2017 business q&a: fresh start body aesthetics and laser tattoo removal, westminster q: what distinguishes you from other businesses in your






man linked to jeffco gun shop robbery sentenced to 70 months in prison – the den


a general assignment reporter for the denver post, tom mcghee has covered business, police, courts, higher education and breaking news. he came to the post from albuquerque, n.m., where he worked for a year and a half covering utilities. he began his journalism career in new york city, worked for a pair of community weeklies that covered the west side of manhattan from 14th street to 125th street.






broken window at centennial gun shop could be sign of another theft attempt – th


a general assignment reporter for the denver post, tom mcghee has covered business, police, courts, higher education and breaking news. he came to the post from albuquerque, n.m., where he worked for a year and a half covering utilities. he began his journalism career in new york city, worked for a pair of community weeklies that covered the west side of manhattan from 14th street to 125th street.






ex-stockton mayor arrested on embezzlement, other charges


san francisco (ap) — former stockton mayor anthony silva was arrested sunday at the san francisco international airport, where he arrived from a vacation in south america, his attorney said.in this thursday, aug. 4, 2016, booking mug released by the amador county sheriff’s office is anthony silva, the mayor of stockton, calif. (amador county sheriff’s office via ap) the former mayor was arrested sunday as he returned from colombia, his attorney, allen sawyer, told sacramento television station kcra (http://bit.ly/2n3khgb.an arrest warrant was issued for silva on thursday on charges of profiteering, embezzlement, misappropriation of public funds and grand theft, among other charges. he will face the charges in san joaquin county.silva left for his vacation on wednesday, a day before fbi age






mt gox ceo denies embezzling millions of dollars of bitcoins


tokyo (ap) — the head of the failed japan-based bitcoin exchange mt. gox has pleaded innocent to charges of embezzlement and data manipulation.france-born mark karpeles went on trial tuesday, suspected of accessing the exchange’s computer system in february 2013 and inflating his account.speaking after the hearing, karpeles said he was not guilty and that he was still analyzing data, trying to figure out what went wrong.mt. gox shut down in february 2014, saying it had gone bankrupt after losing about 850,000 bitcoins, possibly to hackers.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.karpeles was arrested in august 2015 and released on bail last year. he has denied wrongdoing. if found guilty of embezzlement, he could face up to five years in prison, or a fine of up to 500,000






cortez kennedy, pro football hall of famer, found dead, according to police – th


cortez kennedy, one of the best defensive linemen of his generation and a pro football hall of fame inductee despite rarely finding himself in the spotlight as a player, has died. he was 48.police in orlando, florida, say the former seattle seahawks star was found dead tuesday morning. orlando police department public information officer wanda miglio said the circumstances surrounding his death are still unknown but that there is nothing suspicious about his death. an investigation is being conducted.“cortez kennedy has been a pillar of the seahawks franchise since joining the team as a rookie in 1990,” the seahawks said in a statement. “tez was the heart and soul of the seahawks through the 1990s and endeared himself to 12s all across the pacific northwest as a player who played with a se






human smuggler convicted of hurling rock at border patrol agent


a human smuggler was convicted friday of hurling a softball-sized rock at a u.s. border patrol agent, striking him in the face, during a foiled smuggling attempt near jacumba.martel valencia-cortez, a 39-year-old mexican citizen, turned himself in at the san ysidro port of entry four months after the november 2015 assault.following a four-day trial and eight-hour deliberation, a san diego federal jury also convicted valencia-cortez of three counts of human smuggling for financial gain. he faces a maximum of 35 years in prison at his sentencing in august.the trial included testimony from the agent who was injured in the attack and some of the immigrants who were smuggled illegally into the u.s. by valencia-cortez.authorities said it was a chilly night, on nov. 15, 2015, when border patrol a






human smuggler convicted of hurling rock at border patrol agent


a notorious human smuggler was convicted friday of hurling a softball-sized rock at a u.s. border patrol agent, striking him in the face, during a foiled smuggling attempt near jacumba.martel valencia-cortez, a 39-year-old mexican citizen, turned himself in at the san ysidro port of entry four months after the november 2015 assault.following a four-day trial and eight-hour deliberation, a jury also convicted valencia-cortez of three counts of human smuggling for financial gain. he faces a maximum of 35 years in prison at his sentencing in august.the trail in san diego federal court included testimony from the agent who was injured in the attack and some of the immigrants who were smuggled illegally into the u.s. by valencia-cortez.authorities said it was a chilly night, on nov. 15, 2015, w






post university dismisses 5 employees amid theft probe


waterbury, conn. (ap) — a private for-profit college in connecticut has dismissed five employees as police investigate the suspected theft of $47,000 believed to have been paid out in bogus tuition reimbursement checks.post university in waterbury said wednesday that it discovered irregular activity in february and immediately launched an internal review before contacting police.waterbury police tell wvit-tv that one employee cut checks to the others indicating the money was reimbursement for tuition. the other employees were not owed reimbursement, police say, and some were not even students.police say the five suspects face charges of larceny and conspiracy to commit larceny.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.






ex-stockton mayor arrested on embezzlement, other charges – the mercury news


san francisco (ap) — former stockton mayor anthony silva was arrested sunday at the san francisco international airport, where he arrived from a vacation in south america, his attorney said.in this thursday, aug. 4, 2016, booking mug released by the amador county sheriff’s office is anthony silva, the mayor of stockton, calif. (amador county sheriff’s office via ap) the former mayor was arrested sunday as he returned from colombia, his attorney, allen sawyer, told sacramento television station kcra (http://bit.ly/2n3khgb.an arrest warrant was issued for silva on thursday on charges of profiteering, embezzlement, misappropriation of public funds and grand theft, among other charges. he will face the charges in san joaquin county.silva left for his vacation on wednesday, a day before fbi age






cortez kennedy, hall of famer and ex-seahawks great, dies at 48


cortez kennedy was a five-time all-pro selection and was inducted into the pro football hall of fame in 2012.        






former senior vp of advertising and two others sued by the denver post deny news


the denver post’s former senior vice president of advertising and two other former employees who in april were sued by the newspaper for setting up a competing ad agency deny using the newspaper’s trade secrets and confidential information.in a court filing responding to the post lawsuit, the three employees say the news organization is trying to use the “guise of theft or trade secrets” to prevent them from “lawfully competing against the newspaper and lawfully soliciting customers and employees.”the post’s lawsuit lists the defendants as reid wicoff, the former senior vice president of advertising; david staley, a former senior digital sales strategist for the news organization; and nicole brennan, the former director of digital advertising operations. also sued was digible inc., an ad a






body camera footage first ever to lead to charges against denver police officer


breaking news reporter. he has worked at the denver post since the summer of 2014, covering cops, courts, politics, environment, skiing and everything in between. he loves telling stories about colorado's mountain towns and the eastern plains and wants to make sure our newspaper's great work extends into their communities.






here’s where you can mail your tax returns at the last minute in colorado on tue


the federal government gave you a few extra days to file your 2016 tax returns, but time is running out on getting them into the mail.just one full-service post office will be open late tuesday, the denver general mail facility office at 7550 e. 53rd place, until 10 p.m.returns with proper postage affixed can be dropped off at blue collection boxes at: the longmont main post office, 201 coffman st., until midnight the loveland main post office, 446 e. 29th st., until midnight the grand junction post office, 602 burkey st., until 11 p.m.the boulder valmont station, 2995 55th st., until 7 p.m.collection boxes at some metro denver postal stations will be available to drop off properly stamped envelopes until 6:30 p.m.:bear valley station, 7555 w. amherst drivecapitol hill station, 1571 marion






would-be gun thieves foiled after ramming parker gun shop – the denver post


kirk mitchell is a general assignment reporter at the denver post who focuses on criminal justice stories. he began working at the newspaper in 1998, after writing for newspapers in mesa, ariz., and twin falls, idaho, and the associated press in salt lake city. mitchell first started writing the cold case blog in fall 2007, in part because colorado has more than 1,400 unsolved homicides.






denver chef to face off on “chopped” next week


dave hadley has been with the preservery since it opened last april; before that he worked for biju's little curry shop and acorn.






former stockton, calif. mayor anthony silva arrested at airport on embezzlement


san francisco -- former stockton mayor anthony silva was arrested sunday at san francisco international airport, where he arrived from a vacation in south america, his attorney said.the embattled former mayor was arrested sunday as he returned from colombia, one of his attorneys, mark reichel, told cbs sacramento.an arrest warrant was issued for silva thursday on charges of misappropriation of public funds, embezzlement, grand theft, and money laundering — all felonies, the station reports. there’s also “white collar crime enhancement” for showing a pattern of similar crimes, according to court documents cited by cbs sacramento. the enhancement can greatly increase the length of his sentence.he will face the charges in san joaquin county.silva left for his vacation wednesday, a day before






q+a: coming to denver, tennis finally feels at home


from the sea of cortez to a cabin in fraser, tennis explains the how and why of "yours conditionally."






teen who jumped into a fish tank at bass pro shops could face charges


a juvenile who jumped into a fish tank at a bass pro shops at the shops at northfield stapleton on saturday, injuring his head, may face charges if his actions damaged the tank or hurt the fish, denver police said sunday.a manager at the store refused to comment, and a company representative didn’t return a call sunday.the boy jumped from an upper bridge into the main fish tank in the center of the store about 5 p.m., according to an employee who didn’t want his name used because he is not authorized to speak for the company.he said the boy’s friends took video of the jump.see our map, report and neighborhood rankings of violent crimes in denver.also,see the denver-city crime report.“yes, a juvenile thought it was a good idea to jump into the tank,” said officer marika putnam of the denver






gun store burglars use new tactics to enter castle rock shop – the denver post


kirk mitchell is a general assignment reporter at the denver post who focuses on criminal justice stories. he began working at the newspaper in 1998, after writing for newspapers in mesa, ariz., and twin falls, idaho, and the associated press in salt lake city. mitchell first started writing the cold case blog in fall 2007, in part because colorado has more than 1,400 unsolved homicides.






felony charges filed in fatal hit-and-run in alley near denver’s busy broadway c


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$14.5 million in 3 years – the denver post


jon murray is the denver post's city hall reporter. his coverage focuses on denver mayor michael hancock, the workings of the city council and city's government interactions with denver's people, from neighborhood issues to regulation of the marijuana industry. a colorado native, he joined the denver post in 2014 after reporting on city government and the legal system for the indianapolis star.






spain's government seeks rebellion and sedition charges against catalonia's lead


catalonia’s ousted president has traveled to brussels and been offered asylum, spanish authorities said monday soon after filing charges against him and other regional leaders related to their declaration of independence last week.spanish prosecutors filed a lawsuit in madrid seeking rebellion, sedition and embezzlement charges against catalonian leader carles puigdemont and others who were dismissed by spain’s central government.puigdemont and a majority of the catalonian parliament declared independence friday, but the spanish government then fired them under a special constitutional provision and called new regional elections dec. 21.the attorney general, josé manuel maza, did not order their immediate arrest, saying he wanted to urgently prosecute the 20 politicians and ordering them t






mubarak-era minister of interior sentenced to 7 years


cairo — a court has sentenced habib al-adly, hosni mubarak's last minister of interior, to seven years in prison for embezzlement of public funds.the ruling against adly and 12 other former ministry officials on saturday for embezzlement of over le2 billion ($110.3 million) of the ministry's funds will land the man synonymous with the worst excesses of mubarak's security forces back in jail.adly was released in 2015 after serving three years in prison for using police conscripts as free labor in his private properties. he was acquitted of charges over ordering the killing of protesters during the 2011 uprising that ended mubarak's reign, as well as financial corruption charges. he did not attend saturday's verdict and is expected to be taken into custody.






mubarak-era minister of interior sentenced to 7 years


cairo (ap) — a court has sentenced habib al-adly, hosni mubarak’s last minister of interior, to seven years in prison for embezzlement of public funds.the ruling against adly and 12 other former ministry officials on saturday for embezzlement of over le2 billion ($110.3 million) of the ministry’s funds will land the man synonymous with the worst excesses of mubarak’s security forces back in jail.adly was released in 2015 after serving three years in prison for using police conscripts as free labor in his private properties. he was acquitted of charges over ordering the killing of protesters during the 2011 uprising that ended mubarak’s reign, as well as financial corruption charges. he did not attend saturday’s verdict and is expected to be taken into custody.






boat that took steinbeck to sea of cortez is being restored


monterey, calif. (ap) — if all goes as planned, the boat that took john steinbeck and marine biologist ed ricketts on their expedition to the sea of cortez will come sailing back into monterey bay in a few years.the monterey herald reports the 77-foot wooden purse seiner western flyer is being restored at port townsend, washington.the boat was chartered in 1940 for the voyage to the sea of cortez, which is also known as the gulf of california, and led to steinbeck’s 1951 book “the log from the sea of cortez.”western flyer foundation project director chris chase tells the herald it’s “a living, breathing continuation of ed ricketts and john steinbeck.”most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.ricketts inspired the character doc in steinbeck’s “cannery row” and “sweet thursda






denver council advances 10 p.m. closing time for marijuana stores – the denver p


jon murray is the denver post's city hall reporter. his coverage focuses on denver mayor michael hancock, the workings of the city council and city's government interactions with denver's people, from neighborhood issues to regulation of the marijuana industry. a colorado native, he joined the denver post in 2014 after reporting on city government and the legal system for the indianapolis star.






occupy denver activists interrupt city council meeting again to call for repeal


jon murray is the denver post's city hall reporter. his coverage focuses on denver mayor michael hancock, the workings of the city council and city's government interactions with denver's people, from neighborhood issues to regulation of the marijuana industry. a colorado native, he joined the denver post in 2014 after reporting on city government and the legal system for the indianapolis star.






denver police officer justified for shooting man in the face


denver (ap) — a denver police officer has been cleared of any wrongdoing after he shot an armed suspect in the face in september.the denver post reported thursday that denver district attorney beth mccann ruled the officer was justified in shooting sergio casimiro-mejia.mccann says body camera footage demonstrates that the officer handled the “very scary and tense situation” well. she says by not firing additional shots, the officer prevented a far worse injury and probable death of casimiro-mejia.casimiro-mejia was shot once in the cheek, with the bullet exiting through his neck. he surrendered after being shot.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weekscasimiro-mejia was charged with first degree assault on a peace officer, menacing, motor vehicle theft, possession of a wea






denver da dismisses sexual assault charge against denver oil tycoon – the denver


provided by denver district attorney's officejack grynbergan unlawful sexual assault charge against a denver oil and gas tycoon has been dropped after prosecutors determined they could not prove the case in court.jack jakob grynberg, 84, was arrested in december on the felony charge after a female employee accused him of grabbing her and kissing her without permission.the denver district attorney’s office filed a motion to dismiss charges on wednesday and the motion was granted on thursday, said ken lane, spokesman for the district attorney’s office.“a further review of the evidence led us to determine the charges couldn’t be proved beyond a reasonable doubt,” lane said.grynberg made his fortune by suing other energy companies on accusations that they defrauded the federal government out o






transamerica to add 200 denver employees by end of year – the denver post


transamerica is growing its presence in downtown denver.the baltimore-based life insurance and financial services organization will add 200 employees in denver by the end of the year, bringing its total downtown workforce to about 700, the company announced tuesday.open positions include marketing, distribution and sales, customer care and operational functions.“expanding our employee base across these various functions demonstrates our commitment to and emphasis on building denver as one of transamerica’s primary hubs in providing support to all our business lines across the organization,” chief operations officer blake bostwick said in statement.transamerica’s denver offices are located at 1801 california st., encompassing 121,000 square feet in the city’s second-tallest building. in 201