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CoBiz Financial Merges with BOK Financial in $1 Billion Transaction

Based on the closing price of BOK Financial's common shares on June 15, common shareholders of CoBiz will receive $977 million of total consideration.

Jean Ginzburg Says Never Stop Learning

At Ginball Digital Marketing, the goal is to double the revenue of 2,000 businesses using digital marketing and social media in the next five years.

Tech Startup: The Priceline of Pot

Analysts see the legal marijuana market topping $20 billion in the U.S. by 2020. Sales hit $1.5 billion in Colorado in 2017.

What Tinker Toys and Legos Taught Me About People

The fact is, virtually every business starts out as a “blank canvas,” but eventually becomes a “paint-by-numbers” operation.

Denver's First Western Financial Files for $25 Million IPO

First Western Financial Inc., announced Tuesday, June 19 it publicly filed a registration statement with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission relating to a proposed initial public offering.

WeWork Reinforces Refugee Community's Economic Impact

A two-hour celebration will take place at the Colorado State Capitol Wednesday, June 20 at 10 a.m. for World Refugee Day.

Why Colorado? Come for the Mountains, Stay for the Culture

Pivot to Colorado, a coalition of nine Colorado-based tech companies, (including HomeAdvisor) launched with one shared goal in mind.

Colorado’s Largest Locally Owned Bank Advances, Supports and Empowers Women

FirstBank recently launched its Women In Technology (WIT) program to help develop future women leaders.

Women Reinventing Luxury Style in Colorado

Woman-owned Slifer Designs remains one of the only interior design firms with a warehouse that allows turnkey service to fulfill high client expectations and timelines.

Facebook's Community Boost Program Builds Pathways With Local Leaders and Learners

In Denver small businesses indicated that more than 8 in 10 indicated that digital skills were important when looking to hire.

The Economics of Guns

While access to guns increases the lethality of violence, the fear of being victimized and concerns over political tyranny are so ingrained in American culture that gun rights have become sacred.

Is Our Housing Market Changing?

According to new numbers released last week by the Colorado Association of REALTORS®, for the first time in nearly two-and-a-half years, we are reaching new inventory highs in the number of homes coming to the market.
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