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How Treating Voting Like a Business Could Actually Improve It

In recent election cycles, Colorado (and Denver) have consistently boasted some of the highest voter turnouts in the country. In the 2018 midterm election, the state was ranked at No.2, second only to Minnesota, with 61.9% of eligible voters casting a ballot.

What You Need to Know About Buying an Investment Property in Denver

Regardless of which option is best for you, there are a ton of reasons to utilize real estate as an investment vehicle. From duplexes to condos to single-family houses, there is a wide variety of options in neighborhoods across the city.

Breckenridge Real Estate Sales Plummet in July, While Vail Rises

July is traditionally one of the larger months in ski real estate, so to see a swift decline in one of the biggest months for sales was a bit of a shock. Is there more going on with the recent sharp decline?

Robots are Coming for your Job. Should You Care?

With the advent of AI, more jobs are becoming automated. But, there is unique set of skills, character traits and attributes needed in order not to be replaced and to make yourself irreplaceable in the future of work.

Everybody Wants to Buy a Rental Property, But Not Manage It

The Denver rental market is not slowing down. The current market conditions in Denver are showing that there is going to be a need for rental properties for a long time. But, it’s not all fun and games.

Volvo: Please, Make it Simple

With a great price point and some nice driving and safety features, this station wagon may seem like a steal, but this Volvo still fell short (quite literally) for our car reviewer.

Denver Makes Top 20 List of ‘US Superstar Cities’

Based on Reuters analysis of federal data, Denver ranked as one of the top twenty superstar cities in the U.S., but this might not be a good thing. Following the 2007-2009 recession, the spoils of growth have been divided as some cities thrive and others languish.

New State Incentive Aims to Help Disperse Job Growth

The Remote Rural Work Program kicked off in July to provide additional tax incentives to companies bringing 20 new jobs to the state and hiring at least one remote worker. The aim is to help disperse job-growth prosperity into rural areas.

5 Things Businesses Should Know About the Future Workforce

Experts predict 85% of available jobs in 2030 have yet to be invented. While we don’t know what jobs our kids will have in the future, we do know they will need ingenuity, collaboration and emotional intelligence to succeed.

Are You Addicted to Social Media, Email or Texting?

Staying mindful that e-messages can be truly biologically seductive, turning them off when working on other things, and choosing when to engage with them will make you more productive and, likely, happier and more intelligent.

Tackling Hypocrisy Head On in the Outdoor Recreation Industry

Last week, the Colorado Business Roundtable brought together industry stakeholders to discuss the issues surrounding outdoor recreation. The panel discussion included members from the Outdoor Industry Association, Colorado’s Office of Economic Development and International Trade, the Western Governor’s Alliance and the Western Energy Alliance — all of which call Colorado home.

Transforming Brick-and-Mortar Stores in the Online Era

Despite the ubiquitous impact of online shopping, brick-and-mortar stores are proving foundational to the contemporary shopping experience. Given the pervasiveness of online retailing, that resiliency may be surprising.
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