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Slight employment uptick in store for Colorado in 2017

Dec. 5, 2016

Though at a slower pace than in recent years, the state is poised to gain 63,400 jobs in 2017. With the exception of the natural resources and mining industry, all the state's sectors are expected to see job growth, with construction expected to see the most gains.Read more »
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Modest employment growth to continue into 2017, says CU Boulder report

Nov. 10, 2016

Colorado employment is poised to modestly expand into 2017, according to a CU Boulder report. In the three-month period ending in September, a total of 27,008 new business filings were recorded with the Secretary of State’s office. There were 119,385 business entity renewals.Read more »
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Colorado business confidence expected to decrease, then tick up in 2017

Sept. 30, 2016

Though remaining in positive territory, the optimism of Colorado business leaders is projected to dip slightly in the fourth quarter of 2016. It then is expected to increase during the first quarter of 2017. The upcoming presidential election is causing some of the uncertainty captured in the latest Leeds Business Confidence Index.Read more »
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CU Boulder New Venture Challenge kicks off Sept. 21

Sept. 12, 2016

Organizers of the University of Colorado Boulder’s ninth annual New Venture Challenge anticipate a packed house for the program’s kickoff later this month. The popular program, which is open to the entire campus community and progresses through a series of events and workshops throughout the school year, fosters budding entrepreneurs.Read more »
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Leeds School professional MS in supply chain management among Gartner top 25

Aug. 16, 2016

The nationally recognized industry research firm, Gartner Inc. released its bi-annual report of North America's best graduate programs in supply chain management, and the Leeds School of Business's MS program is ranked 22nd for 2016.Read more »
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State economy in mostly positive territory, as expected

July 15, 2016

The Colorado economy continues to expand, outperforming the U.S. economy, according to a midyear economic update released July 15 by the Leeds School's Business Research Division (BRD). Employment in the state was up by 2.4 percent in May 2016. A total gain of 62,000 jobs in Colorado is expected for 2016, nearly reaffirming the estimate given in December at the BRD's 51st annual Business Economic Outlook Forum .Read more »

Colorado business expectations healthy but dipping, says quarterly CU-Boulder index

June 30, 2016

The optimism of Colorado business leaders remains positive entering the third quarter, but is projected to dip slightly ahead of the fourth quarter of 2016, according to a University of Colorado Boulder report.Read more »
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Consumers’ trust in online user ratings misplaced, says CU-Boulder study

April 28, 2016

The belief that online user ratings are good indicators of product quality is largely an illusion, according to a new CU-Boulder study. Yet almost all retailers provide user ratings on their websites and many consumers rely on the information when making purchase decisions.Read more »

Modest employment growth expected in Colorado through second, third quarters

April 21, 2016

Colorado employment is projected to expand over the next two quarters of 2016, though at a more modest pace, according to a CU-Boulder report released todayn Business formation rebounded in the first quarter of the year, reversing two consecutive quarters of decline, and the state saw 29,680 businesses come online.Read more »

Women, nonwhite execs promote diversity to their own detriment, says CU-Boulder study

April 11, 2016

Not only does the promotion of diversity in the workplace not help executives in their performance evaluations, but the behavior actually hurts women and nonwhite executives, found a CU-Boulder study.Read more »

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