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Future of Colorado Journalism Could Depend on Business Savvy

A conversation comparing business models, examinng how to keep local journalism sustainable and whose responsibility it is to fund the news, anyway.

Executive Wheels: A Penny For My Thoughts – And Not a Cent More

I was looking forward to seeing the Honda Fit, for comparison purposes, and in doing some research I found a U.S. New & World Report ranking of the best subcompacts, and the magazine placed the Fit on the top of the list.

Executive Wheels: Top of the Second-Car Class

What I liked the most is how simple the Rio is.

Rundles Wrap-up: Don't Buy the Olympic Hype

It always amazes me how the heavyweights in politics, business and civic ventures can come out full throttle for anything having to do with sports

State Looks to Drive Electric-Vehicle Adoption with Plan for Charging Stations

According to the Colorado Energy Office (CEO), the state ranks eighth in the U.S. for EV market share and seventh for per capita EV ownership.

SportsBiz: Compared to What?

The dust-up over the ownership future of the Denver Broncos is worthy fodder.

Women Finding Fresh Paths to Leadership in the Outdoor Industry

There’s plenty of progress to be made, but females seem to be paving the way one leader at a time.

The Spirit of the Rocky Mountain West

With the fourth most distilleries per capita, it’s no surprise Colorado is among the states at the forefront of the nation’s expanding distilling industry.

Executive Wheels: A Winner for Subaru

So the new Subaru Ascent is not quirky, and its overall styling sameness in the SUV market will be, I predict, its strength.

Taiwanese Businesses Commit to Sustainable Products at Outdoor Retailer

As the global hub for functional fabric production, Taiwan accounts for 50 percent of the global output value of all functional fabrics. Taiwan is committed to be a key partner for the U.S.

School's Out: 11 Critical Skills for the Future

The Futurist lays out a few hard-to-teach skills and superpowers that will keep you employable for many decades to come.

Broadmoor Turns 100, Celebrates in Style

Officially opened by Spencer and Julie Penrose on June 29, 1918, the luxurious five-star, 5,000-acre resort is a testament to a bold vision to build a grand resort at the gateway to the Colorado Rocky Mountains, The Broadmoor President and CEO Jack Damioli says.
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