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What moms need to know about money

While it’s ultimately up to you and your spouse to decide how to best handle household finances, it’s important that both parties are continuously involved and informed.

It's time for business control freaks to admit the truth

Could you build a business around teams of people who have no manager and who report to no one up a "food chain"? If you want your business to thrive going forward, you just might want to.

Is your sales pitch in the snooze zone?

You’ve probably sat through a few presentations that made you long for the welcome sound of a fire alarm. Why are sales presentations in particular so boring?
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Why your plans for success explode

The spectacular Mentos and Diet Coke geyser experiment is not only instructive of scientific concepts, it actually brilliantly illustrates a common professional success trap and the messy results of falling into it.

How spending $32 on your health can save billions

A good tube of Sun Protection Factor (SPF) 30 costs about $32. The annual cost of treating skin cancers in the U.S. is estimated at $8.1 billion. Where would you like to spend your money?

The three words that can cost your business six figures a year

When employees or customers are forced to wait for an application to load, productivity decreases, stress increases and reputation (and bottom line) of the company can be put in jeopardy.
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Austin Johnson bet on fowl and hit a homer

Austin Johnson eschewed the clichés of dreaming big, hitting a home run and swinging for the fences, opting instead for a baseball metaphor of his own: "Hit a single, and move out of my parents' basement."

Boulder-based UCAR names a new president

Antonio (Tony) J. Busalacchi has been named the next president of the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR) today, following an extensive international search.

How a father-son team is repurposing Denver's forgotten spaces

The word “visionary” gets bandied about, but there’s no doubt it applies to the father-son entrepreneurial team of Mickey and Kyle Zeppelin, who can see potential where others see only rust and rebar.
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Made in Colorado 2016: Breckenridge Distillery

Breckenridge Distillery first started distilling in 2007 as the brainchild of CEO Bryan Nolt and Master Distiller Jordan Via, It opened its doors three years later with Breckenridge Vodka and Breckenridge Bourbon -- and has been winning awards ever since.

ISSAC offers enlightened data solutions

The firm has experienced rapid growth, offering a competitive advantage with its “enlightened data solutions” for business transitions with the U.S. Department of Defense.

How technology can make your home sell for more

Even in low inventory real estate markets, it is critical to give a home a marketing advantage on the web to not just to sell the home, but to maximize price and terms.

Fast casualty: Chipotle's year of reckoning

After a string of E. coli, salmonella, and norovirus cases at Chipotle locations across the country in late 2015 – and a subsequent federal criminal investigation – same-store sales plunged 30 percent after years of defying gravity.

Made in Colorado 2016 winner: Women's Bean Project

Women's Bean Project was named winner of the 2016 Made in Colorado "Most Ethically Produced " award. This Denver-based 501(c)3 nonprofit manufacturer has a serious social mission.
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