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How businesses in Colorado can fight back against cyberattacks

Cyberattacks and ransomware have been around for years; but in the last 18 months they have made a resurgence both in frequency and in the devastating effects they are having on their victims. We have seen medical offices, financial firms and municipalities (among others) being targeted and paying the price both in dollars and in damage to their reputation.

Small businesses need big tech to survive, thrive

Digital tools democratize the business landscape, allowing smaller businesses and startups to compete with much larger companies who far outspend and out-staff them.

Podcasting 101: What small business owners need to know

Podcasts offer a cheap and innovative way to reach their audience, interact with consumers and provide new value to their clients and listeners. This, plus sheer curiosity, drew dozens of Northern Colorado business owners to a discussion on podcasts — hosted by Seth Silvers — at last week’s Fort Collins Startup Week.
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The rationale for focusing on manufacturing growth in Colorado

Education, infrastructure development, economic incentives and sensible regulation will all play a part in helping manufacturing businesses grow and thrive in Colorado.

The politics of the BLM's relocation to the West

For years, Westerners have struggled with the notion that policy decisions that impact them so squarely is mandated to them from unelected, career bureaucrats in Washington DC, more than 1,500 miles away.

The coronavirus and your investments: What you need to know

There isn’t day that goes by now that you don’t hear about the continuing spread of the coronavirus and the markets, of course, are reacting to this bad news. As an investor, what are you supposed to do? Sell everything and park your cash in treasury bills or ride things out and hope things get better soon?
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The real estate risk no one is talking about

The explosive growth in nightly rentals has exposed (no pun intended) millions of property owners to a new risk due to the virus fallout. What impact will rental owners see in the coming months?

What does the future hold for Colorado mountain communities?

Fortunately, long term, the mountain communities will come back even stronger as they are very desirable places to both live and recreate. Even with some short-term defaults, the market will rapidly absorb these properties if they ultimately turn into foreclosures due to the lack of inventory.

Ask a Realtor: What goes into purchasing a rental property in the mountains?

This process may seem to complicate the acquisition of your property, but the plan of using it as an investment/lifestyle property requires more diligence as different liabilities may arise. Here’s what you need to know.
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MoreCulture

The Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk is a winning vehicle

Though the price tag on this 2020 Jeep may make you think twice, read why this vehicle is an all-around winner–both off and on the trails.

Idaho Springs transforms as the hub for a tourism reboot

Idaho Springs, the largest and closest to Denver of four Clear Creek mountain towns, is the first to capitalize on the two hottest emerging tourism sectors: More than 70% of the county is public lands, and its legacy was earned in gold, silver and molybdenum.

Going big — again — at the Broadmoor

The latest addition to the Broadmoor is a 93,000-square-foot exhibit hall, the largest facility of its kind in Colorado Springs. The new space will lend itself to symposiums, trade shows, exhibits and other large events that will draw new visitors to the Springs.
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