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9 Ways to Capitalize on Small Business Saturday

A survey by the NFIB showed that 83 percent of those who became aware of Small Business Saturday were inspired to “shop all year long” at small businesses.

7 Ways Digital Twinning Technology Will Transform Life as We Know It

Any company that lags behind in this technology will soon find themselves on the outside looking in

Op Ed: Years Long Energy Savings at Risk Come Tuesday

A vote against Proposition 112 on the 2018 midterm ballot.

Creative and Cultural Institutions Serve as Record-Breaking Economic Driver

Conducted every other year, the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts (CBCA) publicly unveiled its most recent Economic Activity Study of Metro Denver Culture.

Higher Interest Rates: What Does It Mean for Consumers, Bond Investors and the Stock Market?

Bond investors will likely see a decrease in the value of their investments in a higher interest rate environment.

Mixing Politics and Money – A Sure Thing?

Are the midterm elections a sure investment bet?

"Boulder Innovation Venture" Compares Colorado Community to Top U.S. Markets

While many people come to Boulder for the lifestyle, others are drawn to the city for its dynamic innovation and entrepreneurial ecosystem.

Construction-Defects Reform Rekindling Some Condo Interest

NAVA Real Estate Group started work on Lakehouse, a 196-unit mixed-use community on the south shore of Sloan's Lake, well before the reforms went into effect, and residents have started moving into Westfield Co. Inc.'s 99-unit S*Park project in RiNo.

Halloween 2018: Office-Appropriate Costumes

How to avoid Halloween horror stories in your office. Costume inspiration for 2018.

Shallow Risk vs. Deep Risk

Your retirement portfolio will be best served if you take no action in response to current events of any kind.

Boulder Falls 19 Percent, Denver Drops 10 Percent

There are better metrics to predict market values than income-to-home-prices.

Putting a Value on Public Lands

Bipartisan support favors the protection of public lands in Colorado, seen as an investment in the state’s future.
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