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June 24, 2010

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Today in ColoradoBiz Politics & Policy Update

Denver biz has got it goin' on

If the world didn't know it before, it certainly does now: Denver is home to one of the most vibrant, energetic business communities around. By Kelly Brough

What the legislature left behind

Colorado legislators left a significant mark on state policy this year. Whether these major legislative shifts are positive state reforms is a matter of debate. By Jon Anderson & Scott Martinez

The global ABCs

Here's a look at the state the world's in, from soup to nuts and A to Z. By Jeff Thredgold

Good news, bad news for business

With the Colorado General Assembly's 2010 legislative session adjourned, many employers are asking: What's the result for us? By the Colorado Association of Commerce & Industry


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Find out more about the Minority Business Breakfast on July 22. Check out ColoradoBiz's other sponsored events and community events or submit your own .

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    Election 2010: more Dan Maes

    ColoradoBiz Editor Mike Cote talks with GOP gubernatorial hopeful Dan Maes, who is very much in the race after edging out favorite Scott McInnis in the Republican caucuses.

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    Tri-State: powering the rural West

    ColoradoBiz Editor Mike Cote learns more about Tri-State, the not-for-profit wholesale power provider for rural power districts.

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    The Gen XYZ 25: Colorado's Most Influential Young Professionals


    ColoradoBiz wants to celebrate the young entrepreneurs of the 21st century! We're looking for 21- to 39-year-olds who are creating game-changing technologies, business strategies, products and services. The Top 25 finalists will appear in our October issue and at our Gen XYZ party on Sept. 30 at Mile High Station.

    Nominate your favorite young professional today!

    Deadline for submission is June 30.


    Top 250 Private Companies? You tell us!


    Nominate your company for ColoradoBiz magazine's annual ranking of the state's Top 250 Private Companies that will appear in the September issue.

    CEBA logo The Colorado Ethics in Business Alliance (CEBA) calls for nominations for the upcoming Awards Luncheon. The luncheon honors companies and individuals that demonstrate both business excellence and the highest standards of such values as civic and social responsibility, integrity, and ethical conduct. Companies of all sizes and fields throughout the state are eligible for consideration. Deadline is July 1!