Merger and acquisition expert and attorney at law Stephen Dietrich gives practical advice every business professional should know before buying or selling a company.
In recent years, our focus on well-being has begun to stretch beyond the foods we choose and energy we use. We are beginning to consider the health impact of the buildings where we live, work and play.
Big data can make a big difference to businesses by making the most of their travel dollars, says Mike Cameron, CEO of Greenwood Village-based Christopherson Business Travel.
For many, an MBA can serve up the right mixture of inspiration, knowledge and networking at a time when it is needed most – but going back to school often means making some sacrifices. Time. Money. A social life. But morals shouldn’t be one of them.
Colorado is a tech industry hotspot with a huge demand for skilled workers, says Shari Plantz-Masters, dean of Regis University's College of Computer & Information Sciences.
“Is my marketing working?” That question nags at the back of business owners’ minds every day. But when marketing vendors have their own agenda that isn’t in line with yours, how can you know that your marketing is actually driving the results you need?
As more commercial buildings are designed or re-designed, we will see three major trends in local architecture: next generation sustainability, workplace wellness and holistic design.
8z Real Estate is the presenting sponsor of the Aug. 27 Venus de Miles, an annual non-competitive, organized women’s bike ride, held in Boulder County.
Even in low inventory real estate markets, it is critical to give a home a marketing advantage on the web to not just to sell the home, but to maximize price and terms.
I see firsthand how my professional female clientele feel the weight of extra scrutiny, not just with regard to how they do their job, but with how they present themselves.
Completely rebranding a high-profile product line that has tremendous customer and retailer loyalty is a juggernaut effort. What anchors our approach is a conviction that a brand is not a logo or a shouting of features and benefits. It’s a gut feeling you want others to have about what you stand for.
Marti Brust, senior vice president and wealth advisor at UMB Bank, talks about spring cleaning for your finances.