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At the corner between Millicent Rogers and Upper Ranchitos Road, a new housing development is rising. It's called La Isla de Taos, and it will see the construction of up to 15 one-level, free-standing condominium homes on a 9.8-acre parcel of a 21-acre property. Though it is a small development in terms of units, it's one of the largest residential developments in Taos County since the Great Recession of 2008. more
Hunter McDaniel would love to be the person who helps to expand solar energy to the world's biggest cities. But when he looks at the densely packed urban centers awash with skyscrapers, he doesn't see many rooftops that can accommodate solar panels or other devices. What he does see are windows, lots of them. more
The general manager of the Office Depot at the DeVargas Center in Santa Fe knows that New Mexico’s annual tax holiday weekend is a big deal for many families. For weeks in advance, Carlos … more
As we progress through the active summer selling season, this six-month "Local Real Estate Market Stats Snapshot" report shows significant increases in home sales in the Taos and Angel Fire markets for single-family detached homes and for vacant … more
As I am identifying management basics in this series, I must include the elements of empowerment. Since the late 1970s, when I started my study of empowerment, my understanding of empowerment has evolved and transformed. I now see the process of … more
The state of New Mexico has fallen to No. 42 in CNBC's annual list of the best and worst states for business. That means the state is now in the bottom 10, dropping from 39 in 2016 and 24 in 2015. more
Whether it's a sole proprietorship or a multinational corporation, every New Mexico business needs an individual or group of people whose job it is to advise the owner or leadership team. Those advisers might be family members or mentors in the case … more
On July 12, J.R. Clothing closed its doors at its location near Taos Plaza. The clothing retailer, which was located just past the intersection of Paseo del Pueblo Sur and Camino de la Placita, had … more
On June 26, the Colorado-based National Bank Holdings Corporation announced its acquisition of Peoples, Inc., the parent company of Colorado-based Peoples National Bank and Kansas-based Peoples Bank, for $36.3 million and 3.4 million shares of NBHC stock. more
A Texas developer is proposing to build a Family Dollar in Ranchos de Taos less than half a mile away from its competitor, Dollar General. Approval, aversion and apathy are the most common reactions. more
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