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Colorado Needs Nurses

Earlier this year, Colorado lawmakers considered a bill designed to help ease the state’s nursing shortage.

The Ups and Downs of Advancement

Considering all of the technological advances the phone has taken in the ensuing 35 years, shouldn’t a 2018 elevator simply teleport me from the lobby to the sky deck?

Late Season Snow Slows Dipping Occupancy in Colorado Mountains

Boosted by plentiful snow, the month of March finished up 0.5 percent compared to last year at this time and helped drive an aggregated 1.7 percent gain in revenue for the season as of March 31.

Airbnb Visitors and Host Incomes in 2017

From an economist’s perspective, it’s a wonderful expression of the market responding to fulfill a need – all made possible through online platforms

Artificial Intelligence and Automation in the Workplace

Several forces are driving this accelerating trend toward automation.

The Lagging State of Mental-Health Care

Findings on mental health are concerning, with 11.8 percent of Coloradans reporting poor mental health, up from 9.9 percent in 2015.

Constant Repetition Carries Conviction

While prices continue to rise, a cause of inventory decline, more people than ever before are attempting to call Denver home.

Airbnb: Hard and Fast Rules for Short-Term Leases

However, keep in mind the arrangements are not always as they seem on the surface, and whether you're looking to engage in short-term rentals as a lessor or a lessee.

Western Slope Towns Extend Music Industry's Reach

Places such as Crestone, Ridgway, Rangely and Pueblo are regional hubs of dynamic music scenes.

Developing the Self-Delivering Package

Once we set a package into motion, it will essentially guide itself to its final destination by way of a completely automated global distribution network.

5 Rules to Retain a Quality Staff

Create an environment where trust and respect are valued at all levels of your organization, and a positive culture will emerge genuinely.

Industrial Real Estate: The Preferred Investment Type

Investors have a heavy appetite for investment-grade industrial real estate, and developers are still trying to catch up with that demand.
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