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Why 25-Year-Olds Are Investing Like Old Fogies: Gen Y Goes Geriatric

Why 25-Year-Olds Are Investing Like Old Fogies: Gen Y Goes Geriatric

David Twibell, president of Custom Portfolio Group, was recently quoted in a story on The Street.com:   Opting to pour their money into cash or other conservative investments which yield extremely low returns, Millennials are investing more like Baby Boomers. Some Millennials have fallen into the…

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Ted White Helping Billionaire Tom Steyer Shape the Future

Ted White Helping Billionaire Tom Steyer Shape the Future

If you talk to Ted White at Moye White LLP for any length of time, you’re bound to hear the words “innovative” and “forward thinking.” That’s what White says his Denver-based law firm is all about. And that kind of thinking and experience led White in December 2013 to…

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Create the Organization Your Heart Knows Is Possible – Quadrant International

Create the Organization Your Heart Knows Is Possible – Quadrant International

From Brian Gast of Quandrant International: Everything I learned about creating an employee-focused corporate culture I learned while working for a large New York bank in the late eighties. When I became a CEO in the nineties, I recalled my experience working for the bank….

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INVESTOR RELATIONS: London Stock Exchange Group Starts USA Push In Denver

INVESTOR RELATIONS: London Stock Exchange Group Starts USA Push In Denver

By James Wall The London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) is beginning a marketing and sales push to induce more US companies to raise public capital in London, and its campaign is starting not in New York, San Francisco or Chicago but Denver. The LSEG, which…

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London calling: Financing available

London calling: Financing available

London calling: Financing available Look across the pond for capital James Wall writing for the ColoradoBiz magazine: In Colorado, we are coming out of a recession in which our smaller, growth-oriented companies hunkered down, preserved capital and did what they could to stay alive.  Now that…

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Investor Relations: Infographic – Why AIM is a Solid Bet for Colorado Companies

Investor Relations: Infographic – Why AIM is a Solid Bet for Colorado Companies

    For more information, read our post: London’s AIM A Solid Bet for Colorado Growth Companies

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Marijuana Legalization Presents Predicament for Employees

Marijuana Legalization Presents Predicament for Employees

Liza Getches, partner at Moye White and Danielle Urban, partner at Fisher & Phillips, were featured in an article on Mainstreet.com: “Marijuana Legalization Presents Predicament for Employers.” Ellen Chang writes: Partaking in smoking marijuana where it is legal recreationally is now a viable option for…

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A Commentary On Social Media In The Legal Profession

A Commentary On Social Media In The Legal Profession

Matt Givner of Agency 33 had a piece published on LawWeek Colorado online. As social networks have become an increasingly integral part of our daily lives, organizations across industries have eagerly taken to these platforms as a new way to spread their marketing messages and…

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Can An Employee Be High On The Job?

Can An Employee Be High On The Job?

by Ryan Warner It seems pretty straightforward: An employee comes to work high, and they’re fired. Even with marijuana being legal in Colorado, businesses still have the right to make that call. It says so in Amendment 64. And a recent court ruling affirms a…

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Inside Intel? One worker says he found harassment

Inside Intel? One worker says he found harassment

By Al Lewis DENVER (MarketWatch) — Henry Palacio, a 50-year-old Intel Corp. employee in Rio Rancho, N.M., was busy making chips last summer when one of his co-workers stuck a “kick me” sign on his back. He thought he’d felt something. He asked a safety…

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