This week the Business Journal focuses on the Tri-Lakes region, and growth in Monument specifically. The area is experiencing a decent commercial boom, with new shops and restaurants open and under construction. But where the region is really experiencing growth is in its residential development, with hundreds of new homes expected...
“Disruption” appears to be one of the most dangerous words in business today. From taxes to transportation; lodging to law, it seems any industry is just an app or outside-the-box thinker away from an existential crisis. For immigration attorneys in Colorado, that threat may have been averted, at least for...
After undergoing what essentially has been three first readings, Colorado Springs City Council has yet to clear the haze (is that copyrighted?), it seems, when it comes to further regulating medicinal marijuana operations in Colorado Springs. A six-month moratorium on new MMJ businesses with an under-the-wire amendment passed 6-2...
Senator Cory Gardner last week sent a letter to Sylvia Burwell, secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services, “to inquire about the financial solvency of Colorado HealthOP and its ability to repay its federal loans.” Gardner said his inquiry was due to the “recent failures” of health insurance...
You know the difference between a porter and a stout. You understand nitro isn’t what dentists give patients. You cringe when someone says, “I’ll have an 'Indian Pale Ale.'” Not only that, but you’ve been home brewing for a decade and all your friends say your Belgian wit is...
Last week I had the opportunity to speak with Erik Wallace, associate dean of the CU School of Medicine’s first branch campus, which will be welcome its inaugural class to Lane Center at UCCS in April. During our relatively brief conversation, Wallace discussed the medical education program’s potential impact...