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  1. Pilgrim's Pride to buy Tyson's Mexican poultry business for $400M
    Pilgrim's Pride Corp. said Monday it has a deal to buy Tyson Foods Inc.'s poultry business in Mexico in a cash transaction valued at $400 million. Greeley-based Pilgrim's Pride (Nasdaq: PPC) said the deal is subject to regulatory approval. It's expected to close by year's end. Tyson de Mexico, based in Gomez Palacio in northern Mexico, operates three plants and seven distribution centers and employs some 5,400 workers, Pilgrim's said. "Today's announcement demonstrates Pilgrim's continued commitment…
  2. Virgin America files IPO, Dollar Tree strikes deal (Video)
    Virgin America files IPO, Dollar Tree strikes deal (Video)
  3. 9News: Union Station reopens, revitalizes surrounding area
    For the first time in 18 months, Union Station has re-opened to the public. The building first established in 1881 receive a much needed makeover. "It's glorious," Arvada resident George Sakett said. "It's gonna put Denver in the 21st century for one of the better transportation hubs." Sakett likes the mixture of old and new incorporated into the renovations. Union Station now houses a mix of businesses including a new 112-room hotel. "I think it would be a great place to just come and sit and…
  4. Up To Speed: Obama can act alone on inversions, ex-Treasury official contends
    President Barack Obama spoke out last week against so-called "tax inversions", processes in which companies shift their headquarters overseas for tax benefits, but now a former Treasury Department official is calling for the president to unilaterally take steps to discourage the practice. Stephen Shay, a Harvard law professor who worked for Treasury under Presidents Ronald Reagan and Obama, argued that the United States tax code has some language which may give the federal government authority to…
  5. Strategies: Ways to improve your company website
    Since businesses started pouring more resources into their websites in the 1990s, there have been a few key transition points that have dictated how companies use the Internet and adapt to how people are using it. And we are in the midst of one right now. The key developments that are forcing many companies to rethink their approach to the web today include: More and more customers and prospects using tablets and mobile devices as their main conduit to the web. This applies to both B-to-C and B-to-B…