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  • Taxes today: Higher, lower or just different?

    I remember the tax-cutting years in previous political eras. Those were the good old days. Now it’s easy to get the impression we ...

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  • 2014 Top 10 Most Powerful Salespeople

    Sure, these charismatic folks know how to network their tails off and could probably sell the Brooklyn Bridge to a New York native. But being ...

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  • Energy: Divided over drilling

    Colorado’s record for oil production was set in 1956, and for decades it appeared untouchable. Last year, owing to the confluence of hydraulic fracturing ...

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  • Executive edge: Sherry Ray

    In the 1970s and 1980s, Sherry Ray ran operational divisions of Fortune 1,000 companies. Through the early-mid 1990s, she was a leading sales professional at now-defunct ...

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  • Colorado Companies to Watch 2014

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  • Real estate: Labor pains

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  • Five reasons you’re not Warren Buffett

    Buffett is legendary.  Whether it is the result of skill, luck or leverage is a matter of debate.  But the fact of the ...

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  • Unintended consequences of low interest rates

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  • Top 10 labor law compliance pitfalls

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Finance

Taxes today: Higher, lower or just different?

Steps taxpayers take to cope

By Mira Finé

Top 10 acquisition considerations

Perform your due diligence

By Rodney Rice & Ben Barnes

Five reasons you’re not Warren Buffett

...and you don't need to be

By James Osborne

Unintended consequences of low interest rates

Being prepared is the best defense

By John Trujillo

Top 10 labor law compliance pitfalls

Avoid these to avoid big penalties

By Kalen Fraser

Where are all the Colorado PBCs?

Some states registered more in just one day

By Dan Shah & Kerby Meyers

(3) Reader Responses

Do you have an exit strategy?

And do you need one?

By Jon Wiley

The futurist: Countdown to the crash

The power of Artificial Intelligence to destroy the stock market

By Thomas Frey

(2) Reader Responses

Answering the access to capital question

$62 million Colorado Impact Fund launches

By Gigi Sukin

More on involving the kids in saving for college

Help prepare them for future success

By Jeff Nelligan

Readers Respond

Operational excellence and reality

Great article, great points. By CFO on 2014 08 01

Profiting from play

Thanks "CFO!" While we can't put "fun" on the balance sheet, it is a desirable asset! By Todd Ordal on 2014 07 31

Tech startup: PrintReleaf

@Mike - thanks for your comments. I clicked on your link, but there was no text in the article; maybe it's for subscribers only. As for PrintReleaf, I obviously disagree. Planting trees does A LOT in the 'real world'...especially given where we're planting them. Through tree planting, we provide jobs, restore water tables, rebuild local economies, all while certifiably reforesting paper. About only 1 out of every 10 sheets of paper is certified for reforestation. We, along with our partners and customers, are changing that and making an impact. You are correct when you cite that forests are cut down every day and others are planted. Unfortunately, net-net, on global scale (not 'National'), we've cut down far more than we've put back...and that's where our value proposition takes hold. Feel free to contact me at jdarragh@printreleaf.com. By Jordan Darragh on 2014 07 31

Stop those hang-ups!

Perfect timing, I am of those that will hang up perhaps in less than 1 minute. Why is it so hard for a "cold caller" to summarize to me what they are selling in three or less sentences when I directly ask them to do that within the 1st minute on the phone? I promise not to waste even one more minute of our joint time if I do not wish to hear more about what is being offered. But how do I not waste time if the caller cannot in nutshell (3 or less sentences) tell me what is being offered? After I know what the “nutshell” is then I can decide if I want to crack it open or not, pass it along to someone else I know or maybe later have someone get back to me. By Christy Yale on 2014 07 31

Stop those hang-ups!

Time article. I've received the same call for three days from the same company/solicitor for services that I don't want or need. They've been pushy, rude and inattentive. Even if I wanted or needed their services, they would not earn my business. By CFO on 2014 07 31

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