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The University Village shopping center on North Nevada Avenue offers a number of places to shop and places to eat, but today it added a different service – a place to get testosterone injections. The Low T Center is part of a national chain with 25 locations, one of which is opening  in Las Vegas… Continue Reading University Village adds testosterone injection clinic

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Residential real estate staging a comeback

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Residential real estate staging a comeback

The Colorado Springs residential real estate market has more than just rebounded. It’s on fire. “This is probably the best market for selling a house in 12 years,” said Prudential Rocky Mountain Realtor Sylvia Jennings. And she’s not the only one with that kind of news. Local real estate agents are quick to share stories… Continue Reading Residential real estate staging a comeback

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People on the Move – April 12, 2013

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Lori Boyle joined SKR + Co. as an audit consultant. She was formerly with Kearney & Company in Alexandria, Va., where she worked as a supervisory senior auditor. She has a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Penn State University and currently serves as a volunteer for the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region. OfficeScapes… Continue Reading People on the Move – April 12, 2013

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Defense companies have backup battle plan

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While the military is struggling with sequestration constraints, defense companies are confident they’ll survive the current and future budget cuts. The key, those companies say, is to be agile and offer a broad array of services and to provide innovation at low cost. “This is a budget cycle. It’s just another budget cycle for us.… Continue Reading Defense companies have backup battle plan

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Mention the word “habit” and people generally think of addictions or bad behaviors. Change the word to “disciplines” and negative imagines of drudgery and hard work generally come to mind. But anyone who has ever raised children knows the positive value in developing “constant inclinations to act in a particular way, acquired through repetition over… Continue Reading Executives should adopt habits of the successful

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Battle uncertainty with business strategy

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Are you leaving money on the table because you aren’t running your business as effectively as you could? What do you need to do to stay ahead of the curve? What should you do to reduce insecurity for your clients and employees, streamline marketing, and take advantage of technology with strategies to build your business?… Continue Reading Battle uncertainty with business strategy

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Searching for fresh inspirations

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Two weeks from now, the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance will take a group of business leaders on what has become an annual trip to another city that can provide ideas of what has worked and what hasn’t — not for us to duplicate, but perhaps adapt for our purposes. This time it’s Omaha, Neb.,… Continue Reading Searching for fresh inspirations

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Realtors creatively market to sellers

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Realtors creatively market to sellers

In a real estate market with more buyers than sellers, agents have to be creative about how they acquire new listings. “Realtors are always hungry for listings,” said Becky Gloriod, an agent with The Gloriod Team. And a market like this one can make agents ravenous. There were just 3,046 homes on the market in… Continue Reading Realtors creatively market to sellers

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Thousands of years ago, the Greeks created rules for sailing the high seas. Those rules have become what is known today as maritime law — regulations that govern travel through international waters. And some experts say it’s time for that same level of international cooperation for cyber security rules. What happens if an attack occurs,… Continue Reading Cyber-crime technology advancing faster than laws

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