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Frontier Airlines to end all service out of  Colorado Springs

Frontier Airlines will stop all flights out of Colorado Springs in April. The Colorado Springs Airport was notified this week that Frontier Airlines will discontinue its service in Colorado Springs. The move follows an announcement in mid-January, when Frontier announced that it would reduce its service in an out of the Colorado Springs Airport during… Continue Reading Frontier Airlines to end all service out of Colorado Springs

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Local economy making gains in housing, auto sales and confidence

Construction companies are taking out more single family permits. Consumers are feeling more confident. And, people are buying more cars. Three indicators, described in the Quarterly Update by the Southern Colorado Economic Forum, show the local economy has continued its growth since the summer of 2011. The best performance indicators were new single family permits,… Continue Reading Local economy making gains in housing, auto sales and confidence

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Colorado Springs ranks in the top 20 “best-run cities,” according to the website 24/7wallst. The article ranked the top best- and worst-run cities in the nation – San Bernadino is the nadir, and Plano was the zenith. In between, Colorado Springs ranked 14th on the best-run list, besting cities like Boston and Portland, Ore. In… Continue Reading Springs ranks 14 on “best-run” cities list

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Colorado Springs residents started getting their holiday shopping on in November, pouring $10.2 million into city coffers with sales and use tax. The City is reporting that sales and use tax collections in December, which represent sales activity in November, are up 14.1 percent over the same month last year. So far, that is the… Continue Reading November shopping pushes sales tax collections past 2007 levels

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Businesses across the country have received their official Economic Census form in the mail. Owners have until Feb. 12 to respond. The Economic Census is the U.S. Government’s official five-year measure of American business and the economy. Forms went out to nearly 4 million businesses, including large, medium and small companies representing all U.S. locations… Continue Reading Economic Census forms sent to 4 million businesses

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In an historic New Year’s Day session, the House of Representatives passed a bill that preserved Bush-era tax cuts for the middle class, but raised taxes on people making more than $400,000 a year. The compromises also averts a 27 percent cut in reimbursement levels for doctors who treat Medicare patients, and fixes the “dairy… Continue Reading Fiscal cliff averted, sequestration threat remains

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The mountain states ended the year by maintaining their position above neutral growth in a series of economic indicators, according to the Goss Institute of Economic Research monthly economic report. And, looking ahead six months, the economic optimism of supply managers is climbing. “An improving national economy and upturns in residential housing pushed business confidence… Continue Reading Supply managers optimistic about 2013 for job and economic growth

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ISS named top 100 job creators by Inc. Magazine

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Colorado Springs companyIntelligent Software Solutions has made the top 100 “Hire Power ” list in  Inc. magazine. It’s the first time the company’s given the award, and ISS was number 67, with 347 jobs created last year. Jay Jesse, owner of ISS, said the company has doubled in size and has opened offices in Denver… Continue Reading ISS named top 100 job creators by Inc. Magazine

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The fiscal cliff is looming larger, and the country actually might endure a series of draconian cuts and tax increases — something that was never supposed to happen. When Congress passed a law in August 2011 requiring $1.2 trillion in across-the-board cuts — half from the Department of Defense — it was supposed to serve… Continue Reading Fiscal cliff cuts start with defense but could go deeper

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Fiscal cliff worries small business owners

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Small business owners are worried about the so0called “fiscal cliff” and they don’t want any potential solution to interfere with job creation. The looming questions over whether Congress will act before the year-end deadlines has small business owners trying to plan for varied scenarios. In Colorado Springs, 80 people attended a recent seminar “The Fiscal… Continue Reading Fiscal cliff worries small business owners

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