MillerCoors announced this afternoon that it has selected Chicago as the home of its new headquarters, and that 150-175 (presumably high-paying) jobs will be leaving Golden for the Windy City.
Here’s hoping you don’t have more than $100,000 in Greenwood Village-based Colorado Federal Savings Bank, because lists like this are what cause runs on banks.
There’s intrigue at Denver Magazine after it replaced its editor today after just its third issue (halfway to our over/under of six issues before folding). It is not clear whether editor Dahlia Jean Weinstein jumped or was pushed, but it is clear that the magazine’s founder and publisher, Michael Ledwitz, will assume editor duties and plans to hire a managing editor.
Update: Bill Husted has some additional details. Weinstein says she was fired, and that she will be talking with an attorney.
The truly great moments in journalism are the ones that come packaged with an apology from the reporter.