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State of the State: Education
CSU President Tony Frank oversees a campus that includes 25,000 students, 1,400 faculty and an $800 million budget. ColoradoBiz talks with him about money for higher education. By Mike Cote
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Women in Power
With renewable energy at the top of the agenda, Denver law firm Patton Boggs LLP hosted the 6th annual Women in Power forum last week at its Washington, D.C. offices. By Bart Taylor
Five tips to help stop the spread of H1N1
Colorado hospitals are taking the lead to reduce the spread of H1N1 and ensure a safe environment for everyone. By Steven Summer
Presto-change-o: Turn your IRA into a Roth!
The $100,000 ceiling is going away: On January 1, 2010, anyone may transfer funds from an IRA account to a Roth IRA, regardless of income. By Wayne Farlow
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Hot Biz Deals
- Sullivan’s Steakhouse in Denver is asking customers to join them in the fight against breast cancer. “Palate in the Pink” offers a three-course dinner for $39.95 now through Nov. 23. Sullivan’s will donate $5 per meal to Susan G. Komen for the Cure, with a minimum guaranteed donation of $30,000.
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