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The Ritz-Carlton, Denver Names Tabish Siddiquie as General Manager

The Ritz-Carlton, Denver announced the appointment of Tabish Siddiquie as general manager

Good Company: Public Media Leader Puts a Premium on Trust

Amanda Mountain's advice on how to avoid so-called "fake news:" The more you rely on social media alone, the more likely you are to be susceptible to false information.

Attorney Nicholas Dowd Joins Armstrong Teasdale's Denver Office

In connection with both commercial and civil disputes, Dowd has experience preparing briefs, motions and other court filings.

DCPA Names Lisa Mallory VP

With a background in technology and a bachelors in international affairs from the University of Northern Colorado, Mallory spent the last 15 years as a professional arts marketer.

Meet Ibotta’s New Chief Marketing Officer, Suchit Majmudar

Majmudar’s hire comes at a critical moment, as the company strategically grows within the mobile commerce sector, striving to solidify its reputation as the destination for rewarded shopping.

New Leadership Debuts at Galvanize

The board of collaborative office space and technology boot camp company, Galvanize Inc., has hired Alfonso Rosabal as CEO after a five-month search.

Melissa Moran joins Fort Collins' CBRE team

CBRE announced today that Melissa Moran joined its Fort Collins office as a vice president with advisory and transaction services specializing in investment property sales and landlord and occupier representation for retail and office properties.

5 Ways to demonstrate leadership on your resume

How do you show that you have strong leadership in a concrete, measurable manner on your resume?

Colorado governor's political star continues to rise

Geologist-turned-brewer-turned-politician, Hickenlooper is the first governor with a brewing background since Sam Adams.

Colorado's Most Powerful People of 2017

Money helps, but wealth by itself doesn’t connote power if the willingness to wield it is absent.

Leader in IT innovation for state government improves public services

As Secretary of Technology and CIO for Colorado, Nallapati is responsible for a team of more than 900 people who deliver IT services to the executive branch agencies.

Anschutz makes a bang with his bucks

With an estimated net worth north of $10 billion, Anschutz has had a hand in just about every major industry in Colorado, from railroads to agriculture to music to tourism, since he bought out his father's oil drilling company in 1961.
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