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April 13, 2010

ColoradoBiz Update

Today in ColoradoBiz Update

The secret behind living your brand

The statistics on why companies lose customers haven't changed for years. Nearly 70 percent of customers who leave are turned away by the indifferent attitude of a single employee. By Kathleen Quinn Votaw

Top 5 marketing and PR blunders: No. 4

Socially minded people are moving forward and they're making an economic impact. That's why companies are shifting their advertising model from the product to the emotion. By Esty Atlas

Sports biz: Calling it quits

There won't be a teary press conference. No jersey will be retired. But the rumors are true. I have retired as a Denver Broncos season ticket holder. By Stewart Schley

Three simple steps to protect your business reputation

"Qui tam" is short for the Latin phrase that means "he who sues for the king and himself." Similarly, this authorizes anyone to sue a patent owner for false marking. By David McCrosky

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For Oracle, here comes the Sun

 

ColordaoBiz Editor Mike Cote talks with Kristin Russell, vice president of IT for Oracle, about the challenges of merging her company with Sun.

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  Learn more about the 12th Annual Golf Challenge on June 21. And read the latest ACG news here  and web exclusives here.

Hot Biz Deals 

  • Viceroy Snowmass invites Colorado residents to celebrate springtime in the mountains, with special Springtime in Snowmass deals from April 12  to June 16. Room rates start at $95 for a studio residence. The Spa at Viceroy Snowmass is also offering savings on all massages, facials, rituals and manicure/pedicures. www.viceroysnowmass.com, or call 1.888.328.1724
  • Willowfly Anglers, an ORVIS-endorsed fly fishing outfitter based at Three Rivers Resort in Almont, has teamed up with the resort to offer three great packages. Enjoy some great spring fishing and a discount on an all-day guided fly fishing trip from now until May 15 when staying two nights or more. Lodging will be discounted with nightly rates from $52. Call (888) 761-FISH for the details or visit www.willowflyanglers.com or www.3riversresort.com.
  • Tour the sustainable restaurant scene in Denver this April during the Green Route Restaurant Tour! Each participating restaurant is a member of Denver's Green Route, a green map for the City of Denver All tours are complimentary and will feature special appetizer and drink specials and the opportunity to meet with the owners and chefs. Please visit www.greenroutedenver.com to print your tour pass.
  • SPRING DEALS! Telluride Resort Lodging is now offering half off select available lodging for the rest of this ski season. Rates now starting as low as $107 per night. Some restrictions may apply. Offer valid for new reservations only. Minimum night stay required. Go to www.tellurideskiresort.com, or call 800.778.8581.
  • Hit the links at the Broadmoor! Its 5-star Golf Getaway includes accommodations, full breakfast, one round of golf including cart, locker, club storage and range balls for $233 per person per night based on double occupancy. Plus earn resort credit from $75 to $300 depending on length of stay. Through April 30.