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Can Denver's Billion-Dollar Stock Show Plan Save Neglected Neighborhoods?

Yet Leid, a Colorado native, has a soft spot for the state’s Western heritage, and he’s betting that most Denver residents do, too. If there was a slogan for his current mission, a modest little effort to spend more than a billion dollars redeveloping the dilapidated facilities now used primarily to host the city’s century-old stock show, it would be this: Embrace the Cow.

“We’ve spent the last thirty years running away from our cowtown roots,” Leid says. “Now we’re rediscovering the importance of those roots. It’s part of who we are.”

Leid has made a career out of, as he puts it, “working on really complicated projects that require the creation of collaborative partnerships.” He’s been involved in planning major amphitheaters and stadiums, including the financing and construction of Sports Authority Field at Mile High and the University of Phoenix stadium, home of the Arizona Cardinals. He’s also overseen operations for Denver Public Schools.

BUILD Health Challenge Funds 18 Data-Driven Population Health Projects

The BUILD Health Challenge, a collaboration of several healthcare-focused foundations, has awarded grants to 18 projects that aim to use data-driven approaches to address social and environmental factors with the goal of improving health in low-income communities.

BUILD, an acronym for Bold, Upstream, Integrated, Local, and Data-Driven, is an effort founded by The Advisory Board Company, the de Beaumont Foundation, the Colorado Health Foundation, the Kresge Foundation, and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. 

Seven implementation awardees received $250,000 over two years to strengthen existing partnerships, jump-start more advanced health data and analytics initiatives, and expand their impact. Eleven planning awardees received $75,000 to kick-start still-nascent projects. The partnering health system or systems on each implementation award have also committed a 1:1 match with financial and in-kind support to advance the partnership’s goals.

Here are the implementation awardees and participating health systems:

Is the recession over?


Hey, look at that idiot right above me blaming conservatives. We have been telling them for months and months that a mega-depression is coming. We told them they were a big fail. We told them they were like locusts...destroying and then pointing the finger.

Aurora Financial Selects REO Allegiance for Property Preservation ...

s enhanced inspection and HUD P-260 reporting processes will ensure that Aurora Financial continues to be fully compliant with all HUD guidelines for proper maintenance of properties throughout the foreclosure process and the timely conveyance of... Deborah Johnson, foreclosure specialist at Aurora Financial, said, "We are very thorough in our search for vendor partners, and we feel very comfortable with entrusting our business to REO Allegiance. We feel honored to be chosen by Aurora Financial to provide these services to them. to provide Federal Housing Administration (FHA)-compliant field services, inspection services, and P-260 communications. REO Allegiance has announced that it has been selected by Aurora Financial Group Inc. s excellent property preservation services will ensure our continued compliance and future success.

Fenergo Enhances Board of Directors With Two Financial Software ...

Having served as the CEO of Norkom Technologies from its inception in 1998 until its acquisition by BAE Systems for €217 million in 2011, Kerley's experience of the global financial services software industry will aid Fenergo's ambitious global... Former CEO of Norkom Technologies, Paul Kerley , joins Fenergo as non-executive director, along with Ruth Fletcher as Chief Financial Officer and Company Secretary, formerly Group Financial Controller of Detica NetReveal. During his tenure in Norkom, Kerley pursued an aggressive growth strategy, achieving year-on-year profitability through organic and acquisitive growth, taking the company public in 2006 following a successful IPO....

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