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Negative interest rates: A risky new economic tool?

Imagine depositing funds into a bank account and having the bank charge you to hold the money. Fortunately, this hasn't happened yet, but it could.

Here's why companies should focus on their workers' "whole health"

It's no surprise that employers are increasingly recognizing the benefits of promoting “total well-being.” According to a recent study by the National Business Group on Health, 87 percent of employers are now offering emotional or mental well-being programs

You can do these exercises at your desk

Regardless of how ergonomic your chair is, sitting can lead to back pain, headaches and listlessness, which can all lead to a decrease in productivity. Try these desk exercises to incorporate some exercise into those busy work days.
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The three words that can cost your business six figures a year

When employees or customers are forced to wait for an application to load, productivity decreases, stress increases and reputation (and bottom line) of the company can be put in jeopardy.

Are robots going to steal your job?

Almost two-thirds of Americans think that in 50 years, robots and computers will have taken over most work, yet few believe their own jobs are at risk.

Getting your employees from there to here

Traditionally, human resources departments contract with third-party service providers to relocate out-of-state employees. Why not consider a new solution that is more cost-effective for employers and provides a higher level of satisfaction?
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Meet our Entrepreneur of 2016: Koel Thomae

Eighteen flavors and $100 million in sales later, it’s fair to say that Noosa Finest Yoghurt is still the love of Koel Thomae’s life, and more people are falling for it every day.

Former SEC official joins Brownstein

Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck has added Thomas J. Krysa to it Denver securities litigation department. Krysa brings more than 17 years of securities enforcement and white-collar experience.

CU Denver Chancellor named 2016 ATHENA winner

Dorothy Horrell, chancellor of the University of Colorado Denver, has been named the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce's 2016 International ATHENA award winner.
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ISSAC offers enlightened data solutions

The firm has experienced rapid growth, offering a competitive advantage with its “enlightened data solutions” for business transitions with the U.S. Department of Defense.

How technology can make your home sell for more

Even in low inventory real estate markets, it is critical to give a home a marketing advantage on the web to not just to sell the home, but to maximize price and terms.

Fast casualty: Chipotle's year of reckoning

After a string of E. coli, salmonella, and norovirus cases at Chipotle locations across the country in late 2015 – and a subsequent federal criminal investigation – same-store sales plunged 30 percent after years of defying gravity.

Made in Colorado 2016 winner: Women's Bean Project

Women's Bean Project was named winner of the 2016 Made in Colorado "Most Ethically Produced " award. This Denver-based 501(c)3 nonprofit manufacturer has a serious social mission.

Top five super-easy ways to create your professional makeup uniform

I see firsthand how my professional female clientele feel the weight of extra scrutiny, not just with regard to how they do their job, but with how they present themselves.
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