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Summer Occupancy and Revenues Remain Consistent

It's still premature to predict another record-breaking summer, but overall occupancy, rates and revenues hold steady in 2018.

Kavanaugh Nomination Could Mean Big Change for Colorado's Growing Business Community

A court that leans toward Kavanaugh's views will probably reduce regulatory burdens over time.

The Makings of a Smart City

The Denver Smart City Forum succeeded by drawing a spotlight on developing people, positions and knowledge to support local needs.

Drawing Conclusions: Work in Progress

The state unemployment rate stood at 3.0 percent in January 2018, a slight increase from lows of 2.6 percent in mid-2017.

Immigration Reform is Crucial to the Future of Colorado's Fashion Industry

We stand to lose our competitive advantage and positive economic standing due to the current immigration policies of our country.

Colorado's Running on All Cylinders

Employers may have become so frustrated that they are running fewer "Help Wanted" ads online.

Natural Gas and Oil Industry Continues to Push Toward a Cleaner Environment

Let’s not forget that Colorado has some of the most forward thinking — albeit stringent — natural gas and oil regulations in the country.

The Economics of Guns

While access to guns increases the lethality of violence, the fear of being victimized and concerns over political tyranny are so ingrained in American culture that gun rights have become sacred.

Aerotropolis on the Horizon

From Cozumel and Calgary to London, Paris, Panama City and Zurich, travelers from 26 international destinations will have direct nonstop access to DIA by the end of 2018.

Hell or High Water

Under the Compact, the Upper Basin States are obligated to deliver 7.5 million acre-feet (maf) of water downstream to the thirsty Lower Basin states.

Battery Storage Shaves Costs From Peak Power Times

The 7,000-square-foot installation, located southwest of Firestone near I-25 and Highway 119, will help manage system growth and equates to about $1 million in annual electricity savings.

Fewer Babies – More Pets

While fertility rates in America are declining, the rate of pet ownership is increasing.
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