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Some people get too focused on the culture of places like Google, believing those models can apply to all businesses. Sorry, but a financial company is probably not well-suited to having a bowling alley or offering eyebrow-shaping at the office. By Derek Murphy
There’s been substantial growth and maturation of world bond markets. Combined with the ongoing globalization of businesses and capital flow, that can make foreign bonds a viable option for many investors. By Todd Hauer
A business plan is often created for potential investors, but it can also be used by management strictly for internal use to keep track of where the business is going, what it needs to do to get there and how much it’s going to cost to get there. By Gale Dunlap
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Sam P. Weaver founded Cool Energy with his father, Sam C. Weaver, and his brother, after a Christmas toy provided inspiration. Sam C.’s background in nuclear energy led to a longstanding family conversation on how power plants could reclaim waste heat and convert it to electricity. By Eric Peterson
Nominate a Top Minority-Owned Business!
Do you know a great minority-owned business, or do you own one? Nominate a company for ColoradoBiz’s Annual Ranking of the Top 50 Minority-Owned Businesses in Colorado. The list will appear in the July 2013 issue of ColoradoBiz! Nomination deadline: May 10, 2013
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CEO Karen Bradley talks about why her business, Rocky Mountain Popcorn Company, was a 2012 ColoradoBiz Company to Watch.
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Publisher Bart Taylor chats with Business Unconventional hosts Dean Rotbart and David Biondo about ColoradoBiz Magazine's upcoming anniversary.  
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