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An Oasis in the City

The University Hills Neighborhood in Denver, whose boundaries are Colorado Boulevard, Hampden Avenue and I-25, has always felt like an oasis of solitude.

String Theory

Like any worthy rock ‘n roll story, this one involves tequila.

Moye White Adds New Associate

Moye White LLP is pleased to announce that attorney Joyce C. Williams has joined the firm as an associate in the Trial Section.

Plante Moran Celebrates 21st Year on Fortune’s “100 Best” List

Plante Moran, one of the country’s largest certified public accounting, tax and consulting firms, has placed on FORTUNE magazine’s list of "100 Best Companies to Work For".

Who Let the Dogs Out?

We know how obsessed Millennials are with their “fur babies”—from pets with their own Instagram accounts to doggie daycares.

Denver Chefs Compete at Great Chefs of the West

More than 20 of Denver’s top chefs will participate in a competition showcasing their culinary talents on Wednesday, March 13 at EXDO Event Center.

Commerce Bank Ranks Among America’s Best Banks

Forbes has released its 11th annual America’s Best Banks list — one of the most respected lists in the industry.

Does What I Eat Affect My Productivity?

The change of seasons brings more than just a shift in the weather. The colder temperatures and shorter days may also create a darkness of emotions for people with seasonal affective disorder, known as SAD.

Can Your Company Thrive with a Weak CEO?

Can your company culture function and be successful under weak management? Not for long.

What’s Socially Responsible Investing Costing Us?

Deciding which socially responsible companies to invest in isn’t always a black and white decision.

Problem-Solving for a More Sustainable Future

Are you an entrepreneur working on solutions for a sustainable future? Then consider being part of the second annual Techstars Sustainability Accelerator.

Four Colorado Investment Markets to Watch

I think most people would agree, the current real estate expansion in Colorado is getting poised for a correction and/or change. Real estate, like a hot air balloon, can’t go up forever—at some point, it needs a break to refuel. Colorado’s real estate boom is starting to get tired, and we’re already seeing a substantial slowdown in sales volume in Denver and the Front Range, indicating that change is lurking just around the corner.
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