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Citizens vote to keep the Stapleton name

A heated debate over the name “Stapleton” culminated in a vote this summer by property owners on whether to change it. More than 65 percent of those who cast votes opted to keep it.

Area Colleges Help Students Prep for Careers in Beer

Since 2013, Colorado State University, Metropolitan State University of Denver, Regis University, University of Northern Colorado and Front Range Community College have all brought brewing to the curriculum in a big way.

Millennials and the next recession

In recent months, there’s been much talk about a looming recession. And whenever there’s mention of another recession, millennials get embroiled in disastrous scenarios.

Two Colorado Cities Rank Among the Best in US for Starting a Company

Both cities also ranked as the best cities for IT and tech professionals in a separate ranking conducted by technology association CompTIA.

3 Colorado Ski Towns Make List of Best Small Towns in America

More visitors and “positive” media recognition will continue to spur real estate demand in each of the top destinations. At the same time, supply is severely constrained in each of the Colorado mountain towns due to lack of land and high building costs.

Consider the gift of scholarship for year-end charitable giving

Scholarships are uniquely personal in their impact. Donors have the opportunity to be extremely thoughtful in the design and qualifications of the scholarship.

To electrify transportation, Colorado needs the infrastructure

Colorado in 2018 adopted a goal of having 940,000 electric vehicles on state roads by 2030. Legislators in the last session passed five bills to nudge along adoption of EVs.

A culture of preparedness drives innovation, growth

Adrenaline and caffeine are great, but the best fuel for growing companies is preparedness. Here’s how to cultivate it across your organization.

Nonprofits apply business tactics to support budget, mission

From animal shelters offering yoga classes amid adoptable felines to a library friends’ group that transformed traditional fundraisers into a year-round used bookstore, business-based efforts are burgeoning in support of tight budgets at Colorado nonprofits.

Succession planning: What professionals want you to know

For any business owner or CEO, a trusted advisor is a crucial asset in devising an exit strategy and helping you consider all alternatives to a sale. Here's what the professionals want you to know.

The 2020 Subaru Outback Onyx is a real winner

Whereas some luxury editions fail to bring anything extra to the table, the Onyx Edition of the Outback is different. Starting with the engine and rounding out with features from switchable weather driving modes to a SmartDevice link, this model lives up to the hype.

Innovation and education need to drive the economy

After the current trade war subsides, the United States will thrive based upon two compelling and durable strengths: economic freedom and innovation.
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