For many employees, the potential for business travel can be one of the most appealing parts of a job description.
Nearly one-third of employees polled by the National Sleep Foundation reported falling asleep or becoming very sleepy at work, and losses in productivity associated with employee sleepiness cost the U.S. an estimated $63 billion annually.
Finding better ways to employ mobile technology that ensures Coloradans remain safe during an emergency needs to be a top priority for our community leaders.
Tapping digital resources to drive engagement is critical for developers, but also important for civic leaders and economic development teams committed to attracting long-term business growth.
The chief competition for drone taxis will be driverless technology. It’ll be a race to see which one develops faster.
Among other amendments to Colorado’s existing data breach notification law, the new law defines “personal information” as a combination of a Colorado resident’s first name or initial and last name and more.
Analysts see the legal marijuana market topping $20 billion in the U.S. by 2020. Sales hit $1.5 billion in Colorado in 2017.
The government stated the potential energy savings impact of LED lighting technology is substantial.
Too many entrepreneurs embrace Gordon Gekko’s, “Greed is Good” credo combined with a naive fascination and lust for the magic of the next new thing.
Tripcents travelers are able to automatically save for trips and receive member-only booking deals.
It’s become common to think that if a job disappears that it’s simply gone and nothing will fill the void. But that’s not true.
The startup model and network that makes these end-goals possible, is infamously characterized by a high level of competition, exploitation of workers and users, emphasis on profit at all costs and generally predatory business practices.