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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.

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.

Beyond Design: What Do Architects Do?

Beyond the fact that architects design things, many people aren’t very familiar with what architects do. Yes, design is an enormously important part of being an architect, but the reality is that an architect’s job requires much more.

The final frontier: Inside the last days of the Stapleton development

Brookfield Asset Management’s $11.4 billion acquisition of Stapleton developer Forest City Enterprises in December 2018 gave its subsidiary, Brookfield Residential, its first opportunity to build homes in the award-winning neighborhood.

Survey shows dip in business leaders' confidence in the economy

It was the first pessimistic outlook recorded by the survey since the second quarter of 2011 and the lowest index value since the end of the recession.

Succession planning: The rise of the seller tsunami

The seller tsunami will precipitate technological and cultural shifts that will change the small business landscape as we know it and bring with it bright and shiny opportunity. This opportunity will mean a high volume of amazing businesses.

The good news about Denver-metro real estate

The recent October sales numbers show the market will remain healthy as inventory remains constrained. With the recent moves by the federal reserve to aggressively lower rates, this trend will likely continue for the foreseeable future, which is good news for sellers and bad news for buyers.

The 2019 CEO of the Year: John Hayes

From glass jars to surveillance satellites, Ball Corp. has been in 48 different business lines since its founding in 1880. CEO John Hayes is getting ready to lead the company to a new campus in Westminster and continue its sustainable path forward.

Ask a Realtor: To List or Not to List During the Holidays

Are the winter conditions in Vail heating up the real estate market? Vail Valley realtor Mike Budd answers this question and more.

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.

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.
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