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As smartphone users and ride-share adopters, participants in the tropes of contemporary society play an important role in catalyzing disruptive innovation. Defined as “an innovation that creates a new market and value network while disrupting an existing market and value network,” society serves as continual witness to how innovations can single-handedly transform industries, systems and, for better or worse, human habits and behaviors.

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The Weitz Co. took a major step toward delivering 211 new apartments in downtown Denver when it topped out SOVA, a 12-story multi-unit residential project for developer McWhinney in the city’s Uptown neighborhood.

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New storefronts, a coffee shop and restaurant with outdoor seating could replace blank first-floor windows lining the commons outside the former Henry S. Reuss Federal Plaza in downtown Milwaukee.

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The local bank leader said Beneficial had expected to be a buyer, but the Trump Administration's tax cuts changed the landscape of available sellers. Then the opportunity to join WSFS came along.

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Austin City Council members offered more than two dozen amendments to a soccer stadium agreement in North Austin, ranging from rent hikes to youth soccer commitments, transit spending to LEED certification. Some were described as “poison pills” intended to sink the deal.

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The industry has grown by leaps and bounds in the Phoenix region, but it still has challenges and questions about what it wants to be.

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Health officials still have no explanation for what may have sickened hundreds of customers at a Chipotle Mexican Grill in Central Ohio last month.

The Delaware General Health District said tests by the Ohio Department of Health of leftover food from the Powell restaurant found no evidence of salmonella, shigella, E. coli or other forms of bacteria.

Stool samples provided by affected customers also initially failed to turn up any evidence of bacteria or norovirus. Officials have sent samples for…

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Anticipation is growing among investors about the promise of the so-called opportunity zone program created under The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, Pub. L. 115-97, signed into law Dec. 22. The provisions of the act that

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An Arizona group is planning to supply more malt barley to local brewers in order to save Verde River water.

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