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“Jobs Matter,” the red-and-white yard signs declared against Proposition 112, the proposal to push back drilling 2,500 feet from homes, businesses and waterways rejected by Colorado voters in November.

Christopherson Business Travel Names New CTO

J.B. Walsh has joined Christopherson Business Travel as their new Chief Technology Officer. Walsh brings with him 20 years of experience in technology leadership and software development.

Flawless Execution: Five Keys to Success

It has long been my belief that great ideas are only as good as their execution. Bright new ideas are conceived by equally bright people, but due to a lack of knowledge on how to get started, or simply a lack of resources, these ideas are not brought to fruition.

What Matters in a Banking Relationship?

If you’re looking for a new banking relationship for your business, it can be difficult to find a bank that’s the best fit, especially if you don’t know what to look for or what questions to ask.

Revamping Tradition for a New Audience

A landmark of Fort Collins since 1923, the Armstrong is now the city’s oldest functioning hotel. For being so historic, though, there’s nothing stagnant about this place.

Understanding the Cybersecurity Workforce Gap

The cyber threat landscape continues to expand with no signs of slowing. With ever-evolving sophistication and an increasing number of cyberattacks happening every day, one might expect to see growth in the cybersecurity job market to boost our defenses.

The Impact of the Economic Showdown

Every good Western movie has an old-fashioned showdown. Following a conflict, everyone is out in the street drawing their six-shooters, and it ends with dramatic results.

How Long Before We Reach Peak E-commerce?

Retail is rapidly evolving and many of yesterday’s storefronts no longer exist. Gone are the Woolworth’s, Radio Shacks, Mervyn’s and Montgomery Wards of a bygone era.

Experiential Marketers on the Move

The idea came to Troy De Baca in a dream. He chased down an ice cream truck and ordered a Rocket Pop and a Fudgsicle.

The Groundhog Was Right This Year

With ice on the ground and a car so dirty you aren’t sure you can take it anymore, it’s hard to imagine that the end of winter is near.

A Professional Woman’s Most Important Traits?

Risk. Resilience. Reward. Mastering these skills are the key that can unlock the door to a woman’s success in the workplace, according to a new study that surveyed more than 2,000 professional women.

What’s Old is New Again: Reviving the Cemetery

Established in 1890, Fairmount Cemetery is one of Colorado’s oldest cemeteries. When it was founded, cemeteries were more than places where people would go to grieve their deceased relatives.
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