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Executive Wheels: Make Mine the Mazda – By a Little

Different isn’t necessarily better, especially here on the Accord.

How Millennials are Reshaping the Practice of Law

Law firm culture has historically been about the big office with spectacular (and intimidating) view, the crushing hours and “face time” required to make partner.

U.S. Homebuilder Index Crashes; Estimate Falls Most Since 2014

It would appear that builders aren't optimistic about the present or the future.

What Does Denver Have to Offer Tech Professionals?

The tech industry in particular is thriving in Denver, injecting around $43.4 billion into Colorado’s economy in 2017 alone.

Good Food 100 Inaugural Culinary Industry Night

Since its inception in 2017, the Good Food 100 has been focused on celebrating chefs and restaurants using their purchasing power to honor and support every link in the food chain and change the food system for good

Why Veterans Love Colorado Springs

Largely recognized for its four key military bases, Colorado Springs has become home to military personnel serving in the region upon retirement from active duty.

GDP Numbers Came in Hot; Homebuilders Fall 30 Percent

The great GDP numbers are concealing other long-term metrics that are painting a radically different picture of the economy.

Marijuana Industry's Response to Jeff Sessions Resignation

Marijuana defenders and adjacent businesses rejoiced after President Donald Trump ousted Attorney General Jeff Sessions last Wednesday.

Ways to Improve Your Cybersecurity

As we approach the holiday season, people everywhere should be mindful about their online purchases.

2018 Midterm Election Results: The Bottom Line for Colorado Business

The 2018 Colorado midterm ballot covered a lot of ground. Here’s a high-level breakdown for some of these measures.

Executive Wheels: The Pleasure of Driving

I am simply not going to pay $71,270 for a Dodge.

The Colorado Economy: Different Ways to Look at the Same Thing

Colorado's economy is relatively more oriented to mining; the military; information; professional, scientific and technical services; and real estate, when compared with the nation.
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