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Colorado Coworking Checkup

The growth, the weaknesses and the future of collaborative workspaces in Denver and beyond.

The "Apartment Effect"

Tapping into the kind of layout and design that appeals to a young homebuyer is a measure of success for architects, builders and developers that want to cater to the current market.

Workplace Culture: A Case Study

Whether or not you are intentional, deliberate and consistent about building and engaging your culture – it exists – and is impacting your business performance.

The New Economics of Recycling

According to the Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries, a trade association known as the “Voice of the Recycling Industry,” 31 percent of the United States’ recovered material, worth $5.6 billion, was exported to China in 2017.

When Rental Scammers Win

The following story outlines a scam that has been around for awhile, but amazingly, renters can and do fall victim to this heartbreaking scenario.

Why Smart Companies Still Get Hacked

Today’s tools are terribly misaligned for corporations with a cloud-first IT management strategy.

How Value-Based Health Care Can Address Coloradans Costs

Five policy themes that align with value-based care and that could be driven by private and public sector stakeholders might help move Colorado providers, payors and consumers toward arrangements yielding better care at lower costs.

Homebuilders Breaking Ground with Smaller Footprint

The move to build smaller homes comes at a time that home prices — and square footage — continue to rise.

Legislators Preview 2019 Session

The Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce hosted a Business Legislative Preview before session opens for 2019.

Row Homes are Filling the Condo Void

Row homes provide buyers with the autonomy of a detached, single-family home with a private entrance, garage and outdoor space, combined with the lock-and-leave, low maintenance benefits of a condo building without being on-top-of or below another unit.

The Nonprofits Behind the Profits

Corporate charitable arms can build stronger communities — and brands. But they can also attract young professionals who increasingly want to work for businesses that go beyond profit and loss.

Rundles Wrapup: God Help Us

With all the new scooters and bikes, it seems as if the city transportation authorities were caught flat-footed, like they had no idea they were coming.
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