Vol. 42 Nbr. 3, May - May 2015
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- Growth industry: hemp farmers prepare for second Colorado crop in 60 years.
- Props for woman-owned business climate.
- Misunderstanding and re-discovery.
- DIA turns 20, awaits light rail in 2016.
- Securing cloud-based health info: Denver firm answers calls for Hipaa compliance.
- Taking down the office walls.
- Glendale project aims to recapture '70s spirit.
- To frack or not to frack, that is the question.
- Chipotle's top woman has ascended in step with fast-casual giant.
- Entrepreneur of the year: Galvanize co-founder Jim Deters is building an ecosystem for new-wave creators.
- Robert Thompson: founder and CEO, Punch Bowl Social.
- Frank Segrave: co-founder and CEO, Silvergate Pharmaceuticals Inc.
- Krista Morgan: co-founder and CEO, P2Binvestor.
- Charlie Coglianese: founder, Schoolrunner.
- Colorado's Top 100 Public Companies: increased visibility may be an overlooked IPO motivator.
- 2015 top job creators: oil and gas, construction lead the way in employment gains.
- Northern and central mountains: resident entrepreneurs often begin as tourists.
- High-country connector: Idaho springs touts tourist appeal.
- Loveland moving forward on arts hub.
- Top information technology firms.
- Made in Colorado.
- Investment in CSU stadium a sensible risk.
- Frontier's flying circus.