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College Savings Act Brings New Opportunity for Employers

Its passage makes Colorado the fourth state in the country to create a tax incentive for incorporating college savings as an employee benefit.

Government Still Shutdown – 5 Impacts on Real Estate

A short-term shutdown typically has minimal impact on the economy.

For Driverless Cars, the Hardest Design Problem is the One You'll Never Guess

With very few actual use case studies to guide our thinking, car designers are doing their best to guess how people will interact with the cars, van, trucks and buses of the future.

All Eyes on You, GenXYZ

The 9th Annual GenXYZ Awards celebrated the professional achievements of ColoradoBiz magazine's 50 top young professionals of 2019.

Broncos Legend Terrell Davis is All Business Now

Davis is not just an ex-player resting on past athletic laurels. His business ventures include hotels, restaurants, a Denver-based real estate company, affordable housing and a line of signature barbeque sauce.

Hiring Successfully: Legal Considerations and Best Practices for New Employees

Hiring new employees can be an exciting process and one emblematic of a company’s growth and success.

Will We Talk More if We Text Less?

Is California accidentally leading the way?

2019 GenXYZ Photo Fun

Check out some of the Gusto photos from the 2019 GenXYZ event!

FirstBank's Assistance Program Helps Federal Workers Skip Payments

As part of our program, furloughed customers can skip one payment (with interest waived) on their personal loans or mortgage upon request

Responding to Desperate Need for Tech Talent: Flatiron School Makes its Denver Debut

Now accepting applications for its first class, New York-based for-profit education company, Flatiron School, planted a flag in Denver this week – planning to begin its signature 15-week software engineering course this March at The Hub.

Compassionate Leadership Earns Scott Norquist Most Influential Title

“Scott is a kind, compassionate leader that people want to be around and follow,” colleague Brooke Hipp says.

Editor's Letter: Rising in the East

The flat, sparsely populated Eastern Plains haven’t experienced an attention-grabbing real estate boom, a spike in tourism, a wave of tech startups, or overtures by Amazon to build a second headquarters.
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