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‘Shop Small’ on Small Business Saturday

The Colorado Springs Small Business Development Center, the Downtown Partnership, the Southern Colorado SBDC and small businesses throughout the region have worked to bring specials and events on Small Business Saturday, Nov. 30. Merchants and businesses from Cañon City to Monument will offer discounts and specials on the fourth annual Small Business Saturday. The event… Continue Reading ‘Shop Small’ on Small Business Saturday

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Starting Dec. 1, OSHA ruling affects businesses

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Starting Dec. 1, OSHA ruling affects businesses

Any company whose employees come in contact with any hazardous material is subject to a new ruling by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) that goes into effect Dec. 1. The ruling requires companies to conduct safety training for employees who have contact with hazardous materials or chemicals. That would include hair salons, dental… Continue Reading Starting Dec. 1, OSHA ruling affects businesses

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Employers: Pay the piper, now or later

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Another order needs to be shipped stat, a client drops by, Internet service just went down, and an IRS notice arrives — your employee tax withholdings were miscalculated. Now you owe a hefty fine. Unfortunately, this scenario is all too common. Back in the day, someone would become inspired, start a company doing what he… Continue Reading Employers: Pay the piper, now or later

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USOC inks revenue sharing deal with IOC

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U.S. Olympic Committee inked a revenue-sharing deal with the International Olympic Committee that puts to end a long-standing dispute between the organizations and could result in a U.S. bid for 2022 or 2024 games. The financial agreement was announced today via telephone press conference with IOC president Jacques Rogge and USOC chairman Larry Probst, who… Continue Reading USOC inks revenue sharing deal with IOC

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Colorado Springs-based C&D Enterprises security firm was awarded an $85 million contract to protect high-profile buildings in Philadelphia. The firm, which has been headquartered in the Springs since 1959 and employs about 650 people in several states, won a five-year contract to provide security guard services and a mix of roving armed security at dozens… Continue Reading Colorado Springs C&D security lands $85 million contract

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When Richard Gentile, owner of Total Office Solutions, started his own business two years ago, he knew exactly how he wanted his business model to look. With more than 20 years experience in the field of office supply sales, he knew that creating paperwork to justify corporate dictates would never result in good customer service.… Continue Reading Total Office Solutions thrives, survives with smart customer service philosophy

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Lawyer specializes in succession planning

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Dennis Goldberg could have been a CPA or a Financial Advisor – after all, he has an undergraduate degree in Business, an MBA in Finance, and a law degree, all from the University of Denver. But through the Goldberg Law Center, P.C., started in 1985, he is able to offer his clients the best of… Continue Reading Lawyer specializes in succession planning

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