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On Economy, Growth Continues, but at a Slower Pace

May 4, 2023

Colorado’s economy is growing, but slowing, according to a new report from Leeds and the Colorado secretary of state.

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Building Back Better: Leeds Gets Assist from Industry in Refreshing Real Estate Master’s Program

April 28, 2023

When commercial real estate companies said a Leeds master's program was outdated, the school invited industry to be part of the solution.

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Vijay Khatri appointed Rustandy Endowed Dean of the Leeds School of Business

April 27, 2023

Provost Russell Moore today announced his appointment of Vijay Khatri as the Rustandy Endowed Dean of the Leeds School of Business, effective July 1. Khatri will hold the first named endowed deanship at CU Boulder, supported by a $5 million gift by Tandean Rustandy . “Dr. Khatri demonstrates a deep...

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Forum’s Move from Denver to Boulder a Reminder that in Real Estate, Location Is Tops

March 28, 2023

More than 200 guests, including leaders at Colorado’s biggest real estate players, packed a Folsom Field clubhouse for an insider’s look at the industry.

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Pessimism Continues to Reign in Survey of Business Leaders
, But Signs of Hope Emerging

March 24, 2023

Colorado’s business leaders have maintained a gloomy outlook throughout the uneven road back from the pandemic-driven recession.

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4 finalists emerge in search for new Leeds School dean

March 1, 2023

CU Boulder Provost Russell Moore today announced four finalists for dean of the Leeds School of Business. The finalists are: Sharon Alvarez , Thomas W. Olofson Chair in Entrepreneurial Studies, Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business, University of Pittsburgh Kurt Dirks , director, Bauer Leadership Center, Olin Business School,...

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Is an Unexpected Spike in New-Business Filings Reason for Optimism?

Jan. 30, 2023

A busy quarter for company formation is another data point supporting Colorado’s economic strength emerging from the pandemic.

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For Hotel Leadership, Student Perspectives on Industry’s Challenges Offer Something Suite

Jan. 9, 2023

Putting students to work on a company project helps them apply their learning in meaningful ways. But it can also help companies consider innovative ideas.

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Economy Improving, But Colorado’s Leaders Still Awash in Apprehension

Jan. 4, 2023

Familiar challenges are keeping the state’s business community awake at night, according to quarterly report. ​​ The sun rises behind the Denver skyline. While the economy is improving both locally and nationally, Colorado's business community remains pessimistic about the near-term outlook, according to the first-quarter Leeds Business Confidence Index. Below...

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CUREC Announces New Leader of International Advisory Board

Dec. 14, 2022

With record growth in students pursuing real estate, Peter Cushman plans to help them succeed in an uncertain future. Former IAB chair Eliot Hoyt passes the 'baton' to Peter Cushman, ushering in CUREC's next generation of leadership. The CU Real Estate Center (CUREC) at the Leeds School of Business has...