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Join us on February 21, 2011 for Soup for the Soul, a unique and heart-warming event to support Porter Hospice and St. Anthony Hospice. More than 15 of Denver’s best restaurants will be ladling up soups and appetizers for guests.     spacer
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She's got clout...and she knows how to use it
It's time to acknowledge that many women are assertive without being abrasive, know how to promote ideas and prefer a stimulating life to a balanced one. By Liz Wendling

The Environmental Protection Agency turns 40
The Aspen Institute, a nonprofit dedicated to dialogue on wide range of topics, recently unveiled a list of "10 ways the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has strengthened America over the past 40 years." By The Editors of E/The Environmental Magazine

The fourth leadership fundamental
A CEO must have an approach to selecting leaders and managers, a process that ensures right choices are made. The cost of erring in this crucial step is terribly high. By Larry Valant
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Rundles wrap-up: Remarkable
Repetition. Rehash. Rhetoric. What we need is a plan. We need the answers to the questions: Why? For what? Where? By Jeff Rundles 

Wanted: Colorado Woman Business Owners!

Nominate your company for ColoradoBiz magazine’s annual Top 100 Woman-Owned Companies ranking that will appear in the May issue. Rankings will be based on 2010 sales. Submission deadline: March 19. 
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