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.
Last week, the American Herbal Products Association hosted the first-ever Hemp-CBD Supplement Congress in downtown Denver. The event brought together professionals from across the industry — including farmers, producers, retailers and marketers — to discuss the quickly evolving regulatory and financial landscapes around hemp and CBD.
As impressive as it seems on its face, breaking down the numbers behind Colorado’s home prices since legalization shows just how hot the market’s been, and how much of that increase is due to legalized marijuana.
The rhetoric and media coverage surrounding alcohol addiction often paints a misleading picture. Dave Jansa shares his experience with addiction in the workplace and how getting clean transformed his work ethic.
The reason the Federal Reserve is so effective and powerful is because of its political independence. The markets react to what the chair of the Federal Reserve says and in past crises, the Fed’s actions have provided a calming influence when markets panicked.
Regardless of the actual outcome of the trade war or any of the other economic news, how consumers and businesses perceive the future will be the key to the economy.
Though large, the Pacifica proved to be nimble, not anywhere near as mushy-handling as many minivans and, coupled with the excellent power sources, a top-notch driving vehicle, a mountain road super star.
The Airbnb and VRBO models are here to stay; they are popular options for travelers and work well for many. However, there is clearly more work to be done to regulate the issues.
Vail announced the acquisition of 17 East Coast resorts for $264 million located near major metropolitan areas, including New York, Boston, Washington, D.C., Baltimore, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Columbus, St. Louis, Kansas City and Louisville.
Nearly 550,000 immigrants – or 10% of the state population – call Colorado home. They pay nearly $4.2 billion in local, state and federal taxes and hold nearly $13 billion in spending power.
As organizations transform and adopt new technologies to support increasing demands of business operations, security issues continue to rise.
This is the first cut since 2008. A rate cut now is a bit peculiar as the economy is doing quite well with inflation low, unemployment at record lows and the stock market at record highs.