Most Colorado business owners are concerned about unemployment insurance premium hikes from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Colorado Governor Jared Polis signed an executive order creating a new program that will pay some unemployed Coloradans to return to work.
Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon announced Tuesday that the state will stop distributing federal supplemental unemployment benefits beginning in June in response to workforce shortages affecting businesses.
The ransomware attack on Colonial Pipeline on May 7, 2021, exemplifies the huge challenges the U.S. faces in shoring up its cyber defenses.
Wyoming's accommodation and restaurant sectors were the hardest hit last year due to the pandemic as overall tourism spending was down by 23%.
Colorado's economy is showing signs of a mixed recovery, according to a report released by Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold's office.
Though some businesses are beginning to resume operations as normal, many Kansas businesses find themselves in a supply bind, unable to acquire all the supplies needed for daily operations.
Oklahoma is joining a growing list of states to offer universal occupational licensing recognition to out-of-state professionals who relocate there.
Official numbers from the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics show unemployment rose in the month of April as hiring fell far short of estimates.
Some Wyoming businesses that received COVID-19 relief funds are being asked to return some funds totalling nearly $10 million.