Rich Benenson is managing partner-elect for Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck, law and lobbying firm. With 12 offices across the Western U.S., plus Washington, D.C. and Atlantic City, Brownstein is where business, law and politics converge.
For more than a decade, sell-side financial accounting due diligence has become increasingly common in transactions within the U.S. — a trend that has been prevalent for many years in Europe.
Many of Colorado’s most successful business people run small, closely-held businesses, which often include family members. These relationships can become very complicated in a divorce where love flies out the door.
Spring means only one thing for most of us: baseball! Around the country, families are preparing their little league stars for game day. You probably remember giving your kids some extra batting practice after you got home from work to face that unbelievable fastball thrown by the coach’s son.
The tolling landscape in Colorado has undergone a major shift in the last decade. Advancements have changed the image of toll roads from physical cash booth pay points to a network of toll facilities operationalized through a sophisticated technological system.
The world equates the Coors name with beer, so don’t feel bad if you didn’t know that the family also runs a billion-dollar engineered materials business.
What does 2019 hold for Colorado businesses and the economy? Rick Pederson, Chief Strategy Officer at Denver’s Bow River Capital Partners, believes the state’s economy will continue to grow and that a mild recession is still a few years off.
To understand the business model of the Flying Diamond Ranch near Kit Carson, on Colorado’s Eastern Plains, it’s useful to revisit the hunting expedition there in 1872 by the third son of the Russian czar.
Just for starters: In Grand Junction residents spend 32 percent less time sitting in their cars than Front Range residents.
When Sunflower Bank moved its headquarters and commercial banking center to Colorado’s capital city in 2017, it was with the focus that products and services should be distinctively tailored to complement the businesses within the community and region.
Thanks to the donations from initial supporters, in 2017 Pidola made solar electricity and satellite internet a new reality for 84 rural Bolivian school children.
Many of the same tips we follow for preventing consumer identity theft can be applied to a business.