If there is one lesson that a recession teaches even the most successful businesses, it's that their biggest threat is often not a lack of profit. It's a lack of cash flow. Slow-paying customers are frequently the culprit.
The founder — someone who birthed several companies but never got any of them to profitability — has turned from “The Creative One” (he developed the first product) to “The Critical One,” now more boat anchor than cheerleader.
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB or Board) has thrown employers a curve by overruling 30 years of long-standing decisions that narrowed the circumstances under which a joint-employer relationship could be found to exist.
The Downtown Denver Partnership released its first Center City Neighborhood Residential Development Map and Profiles report (Residential Development Map) today, showing that 72,767 residents now call Downtown Denver’s center city neighborhoods home.
Colorado isn't a global money center like New York or San Francisco, but speeding up the exchange of cash here will still have a big impact on Colorado businesses, says UMB Bank Vice President and Senior Treasury Advisor Kari Osborne.