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A Pulse on Denver's 2018 Housing Market

With impending reform set to shake up business as usual, there is bound to be dramatic responses both in favor and against the reform – most of which will, one can hope, be temporary reaction, rather than a long-term effect.

Trump Tax Reform Summary

For corporations the rate is permanently reduced from 35 percent to 21 percent.

An Employment Attorney's Advice to Men in the Office

The bottom line: Don’t be a jerk. If there’s some past event causing you concern, start making amends and update your resume, just in case.

Denver Chefs Predict 2018 Trends

The culinary team at Food & Drink Resources, a Denver-based culinary agency that specializes in creating menus for national restaurants, has come up with its own list of culinary ideas you are sure to see on restaurant menus soon.

State and National Holiday Hiring Trends

Survey results show employers hired later than last year, offering more hours to existing employees and retaining seasonal workers to address staffing crunch

The Golden Triangle’s Midas Touch

In June 2016, the Golden Triangle was designated and certified as a Colorado Creative District by the State of Colorado.

Post Tax Reform: The Financial Journey Ahead

The “theory” behind the tax cut is that businesses will reinvest this capital and therefore continue to drive the economy.

Low Unemployment Could Stymie State's Growth

Given the historically low unemployment rate, it appears further employment growth could be significantly hindered in 2018.

Executive Wheels: The Pleasant Mystery of the Mazda

Indeed, times have be tough for Mazda, as it has had many financial difficulties since founding in 1920, and it has struggled of late coming out of the 2008 Great Recession.

Education Report: Degrees of Certainty

Various sectors have expressed the same desire to have graduates of our program be ready to fit into their companies and their cultures.

SportsBiz: From Denver With Kicks

That could change as kickboxing gains more television exposure and as more kids do what Camozzi did: He tried kickboxing on a hunch and quickly became addicted.

Are We Due For a Mass Exodus From Colorado?

There are still more people moving here than leaving, but the reasons people are giving are headed out will ultimately slow the population increases in the near future and have an impact on future real estate price appreciation.
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