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What’s Next From Washington?

After last November’s election brought unexpected results, debate rages on regarding the Trump presidency’s ability to translate rhetoric into results, with potentially seismic impacts in the economic, political, legal and social arenas.

Happy Halloween: My Costume is Keeping Your Rates Low

It is hard to imagine that we are transforming the economy with a simple purchase of a blow-up dinosaur that is hard as hell to walk in.

Reviving the Doctor-Patient Bond

The lag time to see a doctor has led to a proliferation of expensive stand-alone emergency rooms and urgent care clinics over the last 10 years.

Castle Rock Brimming with New Development

Situated midway between Denver and Colorado Springs, this historic Colorado community is focused on second-stage companies and growth.

A Statewide Startup Spirit

As a Western Slope native, it was discouraging to see countless friends leave home in search of greater opportunity.

Natural Capital and the Assignment of Value

Often, we see the value of natural resources once they have been depleted. When waterways are polluted, we must build filtration plants.

There is 69.2 Percent Chance of Recession

Although the economic future on the surface looks tranquil, the animals are predicting a change is looming.

SmashBurger and the War on Naming Rights

They believed the Triple Double name is too close and confusingly similar to one or both of the company’s registered trademarks, Double Double and Triple Triple, both also names for burgers. A lawsuit was filed and delivered to SmashBurger.

Rundles Wrap Up: Not Chipping In

I get technology, and I marvel at and use its many benefits both professionally and personally.

Coalition Unites Behind Shared Vision for the West

We sat down with Lesli Allison, the executive director of the Western Landowners Alliance, an organization established to improve the ecological health and economic prosperity of working lands int he American west, to learn more about their efforts.

Colorado Finalizes Proposal to Woo Amazon HQ

Colorado provided a single proposal to Amazon representing multiple communities, sites and regional assets showcasing the state's competitive edge to support the massive corporate build-out.

Reflections: 30 Years After Black Monday

On October 19, 1987 the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 508 points, roughly 22.6 percent of its value at the time.
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