Tom Clark

Executive Vice President, Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation

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The Wall Street Journal's reporting that Arizona, Nevada, Oregon and Utah are telling corporate executives, venture capitalists and manufacturers  to relocate  outside of California.

Colorado's Valentine to Lure Companies from California

The Wall Street Journal's reporting that Arizona, Nevada, Oregon and Utah are telling corporate executives, venture capitalists and manufacturers to relocate outside of California.

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