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Smart Cities Aren't

When we get enamored with new tools and toys as “tech for tech’s sake,” we lose the perspective of how smart cities should really work for end-users.

Women's Equality Day: Why Women, Too, Need to Pay Attention to Their Finances

Over the next five years, women’s wealth is expected to grow 8 percent faster than that of men’s.

Xero Moves Into New American Headquarters in Downtown Denver

Xero will employ nearly 300 people at its new downtown Denver office and is presently hiring.

Evolve Vacation Rental Network Raises $80 Million

Evolve Vacation Rental Network calls the latest fundraising round a "milestone," but "only ... the beginning of this journey."

An Urban Adventure Where Luxury Meets Modern Nature

More than 13,000 square feet includes two ballrooms, seven meeting rooms, spacious pre-function areas and an outdoor terrace.

Setting the Strategic Direction for the Mining Industry

How will mining be disrupted in the next decade?

Commerce Bank's Commercial Real Estate Team Grows

With Verrilli's hiring, Commerce Bank deepens its lending capabilities in all property categories, including retail, office, industrial, hotel, senior housing and multi-family.

Women Finding Fresh Paths to Leadership in the Outdoor Industry

There’s plenty of progress to be made, but females seem to be paving the way one leader at a time.

The Spirit of the Rocky Mountain West

With the fourth most distilleries per capita, it’s no surprise Colorado is among the states at the forefront of the nation’s expanding distilling industry.

Millennials vs. Boomers: Investment Trends

Even though the Millennial generation is still early in earning potential, they have a significant impact on emerging investing trends as they align personal values with investment strategies.

A Robust Economy with Early Headwinds and Potential Strong Gusts

About half of Colorado's international exports are at risk under a prolonged trade war scenario.

Midsummer Occupancy, Rate and Revenue Cooling at Mountain Destinations

Though a rough wildfire season may be impacting performance, if consumer confidence levels out, inflation picks up and trade tariffs threaten markets and pricing, we may see early signs of softenings in bookings and rate for mountain destinations ahead.
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