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In an uncertain world, Bitcoin trumps gold

Today, we are seeing clear signs that Bitcoin is replacing gold as the safe haven currency of choice for key investors in countries all over the world. When surprises happen, people buy Bitcoin.

Why innovation is peaking in Colorado

Idea protection is becoming an important part of this innovative cultural shift. So when do you want to protect your idea? You want to begin thinking about it immediately!

Motivation vs. intention: The difference is in the plan

You plan for your financial health, your career, your menu for the week. Why would you not have a plan to preserve or improve your looks?

How dare they call this a Corolla!

It is not a Corolla, not even close. And more importantly, calling it the Corolla iM, I believe, demeans the Corolla nameplate.

Websites, beware: Using third-party content can be illegal

The DMCA has proved to be a very valuable tool for both service providers and content owners. The new regulations now make it more incumbent on the service provider to make sure they are in compliance.

Is a virtual office right for your business?

The question you may be asking yourself right now is, “Why should I care if having a virtual office would work for my business?” In other words, it’s the proverbial WIIFM: What’s in it for me? I have four words for you: productivity, cost, employee morale.

What will food of the future look like?

Will a better food supply lead to healthier, stronger, better-thinking people? This is exactly the premise that is driving many of the advances in farming today.

Don't destroy an agency for doing its job

Blaming the EPA for a poor economy or a low stock price is like blaming the Small Business Administration (SBA) for the Space Shuttle disaster. Frankly, that isn’t their department.

How learning by doing leads to success

As Colorado businesses struggle to find qualified people to fill open jobs, the state is embarking on a journey that will unite industry and educators.

How this great new law will spur Colorado’s economy

The outdoor industry received an early Christmas present this year that Colorado should be celebrating. Last week, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner’s bipartisan Outdoor Recreation and Jobs Economic Impact Act was signed into law by President Barack Obama.

How to beat the holiday stress frenzy

Rather than loading all kinds of expectations and assumptions around how you think the holidays should look, feel and sound, how about flipping your perceptions into a place of wonder and curiosity?

Here are our top 10 Colorado business stories of 2016

Start to finish, 2016 has been a boom year for Colorado business. The diverse economy is hitting on all cylinders despite tough times for a certain burrito maker and sporting goods retailer.
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