By Steve Raabe
The Denver Post
A restructuring of Colorado's economic development office is intended to generate more big wins like the recent Arrow Electronics and GE deals, the office's director said Thursday.
"Our priority is to help retain and attract jobs to Colorado," said Ken Lund, executive director of the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade. "We need to realign to accomplish that goal more quickly."
The restructuring entails elimination of four positions and the hiring of 12 to 15 new staffers. More here.