Tom Clark

Executive Vice President, Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation

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Executive Vice President of the Metro Denver Economic Development Corporation and the Denver Chamber of Commerce

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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.

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