Stock image of a stock market graph

Politics driving personal economic decisions amid COVID-19

June 25, 2020

Researchers found Republican traders were more optimistic about a stock market rebound than non-Republicans.

A light bulb with thoughts coming out of it.

How big ideas survive financial crisis

June 1, 2020

For people looking create the next big product, hard times offer new challenges and opportunities.

Woman on a video call.

Navigating business diversity, supporting employees in difficult times

June 1, 2020

Diversity and inclusion can be harnessed to weather tough days ahead, according to a new book from Stefanie Johnson, a Leeds School of Business associate professor.

A file photo of Kelty Logan with students

These 4 archetypes are shaping the way brands communicate during the coronavirus crisis

May 7, 2020

Inspired by a European agency analysis, Associate Professor Kelty Logan has compiled a framework based on American consumers and brands. She identified four brand archetypes: the warrior, the jester, the common man and the innocent victim.

A closed sign in front of Little Man Ice Cream in Denver, CO.

Colorado business filings decline, reflecting COVID-19 slowdown

April 29, 2020

Colorado business filings were undercut by COVID-19 in the first quarter of 2020, according to a University of Colorado Boulder report Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold released on April 29.

A Denver business location displays a 'For Rent' sign.

New program helps entrepreneurs survive the COVID-19 economy

April 28, 2020

The new CU Boulder initiative COventure Forward is one tool in the toolbox to help businesses weather this unprecedented economic storm.

A photo of downtown Denver in front of the Rocky Mountains.

Colorado business optimism hits historic low amid coronavirus pandemic

March 31, 2020

Colorado business leaders’ optimism dropped to its lowest point in the 17-year history of the Leeds Business Confidence Index, largely due to the coronavirus outbreak.

A house in Houston shows visible damage after flooding.

Flooding assistance left Houston residents on uneven ground

March 3, 2020

Houston homeowners who were struggling financially before Hurricane Harvey were the most likely residents to end up in a worse financial position after the storm, a new study shows.

NASA astronaut services the Hubble Space Telescope from orbit.

Hubble turns lens toward gender bias, yielding lessons for Earthlings

Feb. 18, 2020

The Hubble Space Telescope is helping find new ways to combat gender bias, which could have implications for other business sectors.

An aerial stock photo of Denver's skyline.

Business filings slow, indicating job slowdown ahead

Feb. 12, 2020

Colorado business growth continues to slow down, indicating a continued slowdown in job growth in 2020.