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Colorado economic outlook: Slowing growth in a turbulent economy

Dec. 4, 2023

Despite persistent inflation, elevated interest rates, a worker shortage and slowing consumer spending, Colorado’s economy should remain resilient in 2024, according to the Business Economic Outlook released by the Leeds School of Business.

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5 leadership lessons from the Barbie movie

Nov. 29, 2023

When it comes to looking for a movie to teach you about leadership, Barbie might not be the first one that comes to mind. However, beneath the glitter and pink emerged five important steps to becoming an effective leader, according to Stefanie Johnson.

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The future of real estate commissions

Nov. 20, 2023

Real estate commissions are facing several legal challenges, but industry-wide change won’t happen overnight. Get scholar-in-residence Mike DelPrete’s take on the matter.

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When raises backfire: Pitfalls of performance-based pay

Nov. 16, 2023

Two surveys of employees and managers from more than 40 industries find that when managers aren’t competent or warm, pay-for-performance incentives don’t work.

Vice Chancellor Massimo Ruzzene

Massimo Ruzzene delivers State of the Research & Innovation Enterprise presentation

Oct. 30, 2023

At the kickoff event for Research & Innovation Week, the vice chancellor for research and innovation and dean of the institutes outlined key activities, insights and aspirations from the university’s research and innovation enterprise.

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CU Boulder powers $4.3B in state economic impact

Oct. 19, 2023

A new report from the Leeds School of Business shows that CU Boulder’s statewide economic contribution increased by $1 billion over the previous fiscal year.

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Ranked No. 14, CU leads in translating innovation into impact

Oct. 18, 2023

The National Academy of Inventors has ranked the CU system 14th among the its top 100 institutions nationwide for recent patent activity. This prominent position reflects the strength of CU-led discoveries and their potential for translation into society-benefiting technologies.

Bradley Cheetham with a model of the successful CAPSTONE satellite.

CU Boulder grads launch startups to change future of aerospace

Oct. 17, 2023

CU Boulder aerospace graduates are building the economy and future of the industry with aviation and space startup businesses.

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In building trust at work, is there room for Zoom?

Sept. 29, 2023

Zoom’s CEO said remote work limits trust and innovation, but College of Media, Communication and Information experts said such tools can be effective—if applied correctly.

Financial planning.

Lack of financial planning tied to increased risk of death

Sept. 28, 2023

People who fail to plan for their financial futures have a greater mortality risk, according to a new study. Get Assistant Professor Joe Gladstone’s take.