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Improving health in the digital age

The integration of the human experience with technology is at the core of delivering quality health care today, with the ability to help guide, impact, and personalize the care experience in ways we’ve never imagined.

3 ways to profit from the Colorado real estate boom

Three trends spotted in the hundreds of calls we get from buyers and sellers every day.

Tech Startup: MapVida makes a B2B play with geographic data

MapVida is a technology that can identify comparable neighborhoods in different cities. The goal was to make it objective rather than subjective.

Our town America: Leading the modern-day Denver gold rush

Our Town America has become the specialist in the coveted mover market simply by taking couponing to a whole different level.

How will Seattle’s “grand living wage experiment” impact Colorado?

How will the minimum wage hike impact Colorado's economy?

From neglected to celebrated – Stanley Market goes full throttle

Commerce is impacting the neighborhood in more ways than one. Housing prices, for example, have spiked in Aurora’s northwest corridor.

Executive wheels: Can you hear me now? No

The Q50 has all of the modern bells and whistles that are required in today’s cars, especially so-called luxury cars, and this one is packed with electronics and safety equipment.

The pushes and pulls of water in the west

Water Sage has helped pave the way for land conservation organizations to improve their water rights due diligence and evaluations through coordination with Great Outdoors Colorado (GOCO)

Flooring it into the future with self-driving cars

Given that vehicles can be owned and used for decades, lawmakers may create requirements for car manufacturers to provide integral updates for a set period of time to protect consumers.

Workplace Bullies: They cost you your business

We can outlast the rest by doing what is right, hiring the best people and being nimble with an ever changing and dynamic marketplace of healthcare.

Denver's all grown up with no place to park

Denver added 13,028 people in the year that ended July 1, 2016, according to U.S. Census Bureau estimates released in March. And with more people come more cars — a reality that’s evident to anyone trying to find a parking spot in the city, whether it’s downtown or a surrounding neighborhood.

Upending the micro-housing myth in Denver

With the state and local investments in public transit, as well as bike and pedestrian-friendly streets, there are more neighborhoods accessible in the Denver area than ever before.
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