The Denver Post - - BUSINESS - — Den­ver Post staff, wire re­ports

There are about to be a cou­ple more spots at which to grab Mex­i­can food with Al­ti­tude. Ha­cienda Colorado is mov­ing into the for­mer Katie Mullen’s spot on the 16th Street Mall, and the lo­cal Mex­i­can chain has an­other restau­rant in de­vel­op­ment along In­ter­state 70 in Golden.

“We’ve been look­ing at lo­ca­tions close to down­town for a long time. That one (the for­mer Katie Mullen’s) just came up, we looked at it, and it turned out to be a fit,” said Gene Van Horne, di­rec­tor of spe­cial projects for Ha­cienda Colorado.

The Katie Mullen’s site in the Sher­a­ton Den­ver Down­town Ho­tel will be Ha­cienda’s sixth restau­rant and its first down­town. It’s ex­pected to open in spring 2018.

Wells Fargo in trou­ble again.

Scan­dal-plagued Wells Fargo is back in hot wa­ter for sign­ing cus­tomers up for prod­ucts that they didn’t need or want. This time it’s auto in­sur­ance, and the bank says it may have cost about 20,000 peo­ple their cars.

San Fran­cisco-based Wells Fargo ac­knowl­edged late Thurs­day that it en­rolled roughly 570,000 auto loan bor­row­ers for what’s known as col­lat­eral pro­duc­tion in­sur­ance on their ve­hi­cles when the cus­tomers al­ready had ap­pro­pri­ate in­sur­ance. It will pay $80 mil­lion in re­funds and ac­count ad­just­ments to those peo­ple.

Boul­der hires di­ver­sity of­fi­cer.

Boul­der on Thurs­day an­nounced the hir­ing of Re­nata Robin­son as the city’s first “di­ver­sity of­fi­cer.”

Robin­son pre­vi­ously served as vice pres­i­dent for hu­man re­sources at Teach for Amer­ica and was also for­merly a “chief peo­ple of­fi­cer” at her own con­sult­ing firm.

She will be tasked with pro­mot­ing di­ver­sity among city em­ploy­ees; 87 per­cent of the 1,382 peo­ple listed as stan­dard em­ploy­ees are white, ac­cord­ing to Boul­der staff re­ports, while 60 per­cent of those em­ploy­ees are male.

Rig count up 8.

The num­ber of rigs ex­plor­ing for oil and nat­u­ral gas in the U.S. in­creased by eight this week to 958. A year ago, just 463 rigs were ac­tive.

Baker Hughes said Fri­day that 766 rigs sought oil and 192 ex­plored for nat­u­ral gas this week.

New Mex­ico gained four rigs, Ok­la­homa in­creased by three and Louisiana, Ohio, West Vir­ginia and Wy­oming each gained one. Texas de­clined by one rig. Colorado was un­changed.

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