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Invest in your health
A Health Savings Account is the only investment vehicle which receives both immediate tax deductibility and tax free withdrawals. By Wayne Farlow
Our leaders are afraid to lead because they fear us. They are scared to death that if they reveal the truth, we will vote them out of office. By Aaron Harber
The Black Swan: kind of scary
“Black Swan Rising” was the theme this year for economist Bill Greiner’s 2011 outlook at the ColoradoBiz Top Company trip to Napa Valley in October sponsored by UMB. By Mike Cote 
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Dave on film: Harry and the plot that plods
For all of its 146 minutes, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, part 1, is primarily a tediously slow chase film. By Dave Taylor 

Is your family business the best?
Nominate your company for ColoradoBiz magazine's annual ranking of the state's Top 50 Family Owned Companies in the February issue!
                  Seeking sustainability superstars! 
The 2011 Sustainability Champion Awards recognize business teams that have gone above and beyond to create a program or initiative that has made a measurable contribution to the environment, the economy and society. Nominate a team today, or find out more about the award or how to become a judge. Nominations are due by Jan. 6. For more information, contact Natalia Korobova at
The Association for Corporate Growth
  Learn more about the Private Equity/Intermediary Networking Event at Invesco Field on Dec. 9. And read the latest ACG news here and web exclusives here. 
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That's so Sam
Editor Mike Cote talks with funny man Sam Adams about life in the comedy lane.


Outstanding women wanted
The ATHENA Award honors individuals who strive toward the highest levels of personal and professional accomplishment and forge leadership paths for other women to follow. Nominate an outstanding woman today -- deadline: Feb. 4. And find out more about the 2011 Athena Awards gala on April 28.
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The future of farms

Publisher Bart Taylor talks with Colorado Ag Commissioner John Stulp about the impact of Western water scarcity on agriculture.
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