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Advancing women to the boardroom is good for business

In the last weeks of 2020, the Denver campaign for 2020 Women on Boards looks to meet (or exceed) the national percentage of women on local corporate boards.

The Wild West of Hiring: What, why and how to measure results

It’s important that we pay attention to both skills and attitude, experience and culture fit, character and personality. A well-defined hiring process based on data and punctuated with personal observation helps us choose the right people.

Bobby Stuckey’s appetite for restaurant chaos hasn’t dimmed

With his business partners, Stuckey has been involved in Frasca, Pizzeria Locale, a 2.0 joint venture with Chipotle, Tavernetta, and is currently working on a new project: Sunday Vinyl.

What you need to know about ransomware

Ransomware is a form of malicious software, or malware, that blocks a user from their computer system and/or data until a ransom is paid. It has become to be the No. 1 cybersecurity threat due to its high profitability.

BMC Investments Names Erin Little Chief Financial Officer

Prior to joining BMC, Little spent 12 years at Amstar. n her most recent role as head of finance and operations, she was responsible for Amstar’s global accounting, treasury, financial planning and analysis, investor relations, tax, corporate finance, HR and IT functions.

Colorado man pursues drone traffic solution with NASA Research Grant

Rick Zelenka is a man of many talents and careers — aerospace and mechanical engineer, aerospace executive, longtime pilot and, most recently patent attorney. Now, he is adding a new title to this list: entrepreneur.

How to leverage prescription discount drug cards to your benefit

As employers communicate their benefit program’s options to all eligible employees, it is important that employers and employees alike are aware of additional options — separate from health insurance — that could help enhance health while saving money.

How women (and businesses) in Colorado can fight for equal pay

By first understanding and evaluating the wage gap that exists between men and women in Colorado, businesses and individuals alike can take the appropriate actions to remedy and resolve the gap.

New Trails App Gamifies Biking in Gunnison Valley

In Crested Butte, mountain biking is just the lynchpin in something far more lucrative for tourism: a jaw-dropping 750 miles (and counting) of unique single-track trails.

There is no free lunch: The elimination of trading commissions

Commission-free trading is a positive development, but brokerage firms will still need to make money somehow to stay in business. Investors can save money by not keeping too much cash on the sidelines and negotiating the best margin rate possible.

Succession planning: Top 10 tips for law firms

Transitioning responsibility and planning for succession is critical to the survival of law firms that have a number of senior attorneys headed toward retirement. Follow these tips to remember when completing this phase.

Seniors and Financial Scams: It can happen to anyone

Financial exploitation refers to the misuse or misappropriation of an individual’s money or property. Anyone, regardless of income or level of wealth, can become a victim of this crime.
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