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A Market Segment Overlooked – The Singles are Coming

Not only are companies overlooking singles; many are actually going out of their way to create and exploit false fear and shame about being uncoupled.

Giving Green – Can Cannabis and Social Responsibility Coexist?

Marijuana is legal in Colorado, but not in the eyes of the federal government. Should Colorado nonprofits take contributions from cannabis companies?

Net Zero Energy Buildings Raise the Bar for Performance and Comfort

Along Colorado’s Front Range, several recently completed developments have been recognized by the Department of Energy as Net Zero Energy (NZE) or Net Zero Ready.

Cryptocurrencies: The Next Big Investment or The Next Bubble?

History teaches us to beware of investment gains too good to be true, while investors pile money into the next big investment - cryptocurrencies.

Conference Venues Fit for the Family

Here’s a look at Colorado venues specializing in family-friendly conferences and retreats.

Executive Wheels: A Very Close Second Best

This newly styled 2018 Honda Odyssey – the 5th generation of the venerable minivan, originally launched in 1974 – is a marvel in spite of lacking AWD.

North Fork's Natural Edge Region Tops State in Organic Farmers Per Capita

The North Fork Valley is something of a sister to California’s Napa Valley, except with more dramatic scenery.

Stocks Tank! Is Real Estate Next?

The market is at all-time highs with valuations far exceeding historical averages. The markets are therefore jumpy to justify the current valuations the economy and corporate earnings must perform flawlessly.

Growth Pains: Water, Roads and Housing

Over the last decade, more than 800,000 people have moved to Colorado, putting pressure on the state's roads and bridges and causing housing prices to skyrocket. And the scramble to build more housing has stressed the state's water supply.

Private Landowners Poised to Make (Not Break) Sage-Grouse Recovery

Reduced support for conservation under the next Farm Bill will mean reduced protection for critical sage-grouse habitat, which does not bode well for producers or the sage-grouse and may unnecessarily increase regulatory risk.

Sports-Media Entrepreneur Brandon Spano Takes On a Crowded Market

Spano survived the Centaurus challenge by dint of a two-part strategy: Look for openings in the wall, and run faster than the other guys.

What Does China Have to Do With Recent Changes in U.S. Mortgage Rates?

It is important to emphasize that the federal reserve does not control interest rates.
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