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September 20, 2010

ColoradoBiz Update


Today in ColoradoBiz Update

Does it have to be lonely at the top?


As a business owner, you have no doubt experienced how lonely it can be at the top. Even the Lone Ranger had Tonto to talk with. By Bob Dodge


The great American green dream


The U.S. still leads the world in cleantech innovation, but other countries are investing more green in green. By Lisa Ryckman


Four ways to get more women leading tech startups

While the research has been showing the same causes over and over again, here's what to do about it. By Theresa Szczurek


Great grape and gales of giggles

Who knew that someone who knew so much about comedy also knew so much about wine? By Cathie Beck, the Wine Wench

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Green on top


Editor Mike Cote talks with Fred Wellers and Chris Donato of JBlanco Enterprises about the latest "liquid rooftop" systems.






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    The Association for Corporate Growth

      Learn more about the The 5th Annual Investment & Finance Cross-Networking Event on Oct. 20. And read the latest ACG news here and web exclusives here.

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