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Seven great ways to keep your cash flowing

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.

Thinking of working for a founder? Read this first!

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.

NLRB decision throws employers a curveball

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.
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How to make kindness a state of mind

It should be okay to mention that we are struggling with a problem or concern, but instead we bury any chance of connection by saying something like “I’m fine, thanks.”

Why do so many millennials live in their parents' basement?

As a result of watching the value of their parents’ home drop drastically during the 2008-2009 housing bubble, Millennials have grown wary of homeownership.

Top 5 tips to get you fitter faster this fall

Have you ever considered how many New Year’s holidays many of us have used to make new fitness or weight loss goals? Have you been able to stick with your resolutions past March or April?
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ColoradoBiz CEO of the Year 2015 finalist: Russ Tomky

Born from an act of Congress in 1916, the 68-employee Farm Credit of Southern Colorado will hit $1 billion in assets by the end of 2015.

ColoradoBiz CEO of the Year 2015 finalist: Justin Cucci

Cucci’s ever-expanding culinary empire will soon encompass six establishments and more than 500 employees in Denver.

ColoradoBiz CEO of the Year 2015 finalist: Craig Lieberman

Lieberman started importing Australian crisps in 2003, then began making them in Colorado with Fresca Foods in 2007.
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ARA Newmark facilitates record-breaking sale in Arvada

ARA, A Newmark Company (ARA Newmark) has facilitated the sale of Village West, a 58-unit property located at 12155 West 58th Place in Arvada.

Residential building is booming in downtown Denver

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.

Software startup moves back to Loveland for room to grow

Software startup AllProWebTools has moved back to Loveland after 18 months of growth at the Innosphere high-tech startup incubator in Fort Collins.

Southwest Plaza's 18-month redevelopment nears completion

Southwest Plaza, the 1.3 million-square-foot shopping center located in Littleton, is adding the finishing touches to a multi-million dollar redevelopment that began in April 2014.

The impact of faster cash in Colorado

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.
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