Home » Archives by category » News (Page 311)

Building relationship-based partnerships

Comments Off

* Name: John Ferguson * Organization: Strategic Financial Partners * Position: President and chief executive officer * Hometown: Independence, Mo. * How long have you lived in Colorado Springs: Nine years * Education: Bachelor’s degree in business administration with a major in marketing, Agency Management Training Council graduate, Certified Fund Specialist, Chartered Life Under-writer and… Continue Reading Building relationship-based partnerships

Continue reading …

Are you sue-worthy?

Comments Off

Special to the Business Journal In an increasingly litigious and greedy society, you don’t have to be a multi-millionaire to be sued. You might not think that you’re a juicy target for a lawsuit. While you might have a few assets, or a thriving small business, or a home that’s nice but far from ostentatious,… Continue Reading Are you sue-worthy?

Continue reading …

Colorado College will feature two outstanding writers in March as part of its Visiting Writers Series. Barry Lopez, National Book Award-winning environmental writer, will read from and sign his works at 7 p.m. March 2 in Gates Common Room, third floor of Palmer Hall. The reading is free. Lopez, essayist, short-story writer and international traveler,… Continue Reading Decorated wordsmiths Lopez, Whythe to speak in Springs

Continue reading …

Parking structure design a group effort

Comments Off

Arguably the hardest part about being an architect is finding a design solution that makes the client happy on a budget the client can afford. But DLR Group, a national firm with an office in Colorado Springs, and Denver-based Anderson Mason Dale Architects seem to have succeeded. No small feat, considering the client to be… Continue Reading Parking structure design a group effort

Continue reading …

A fraud scheme making the rounds through Internet chat rooms and auctions sites, in e-mail messages and over the telephone is costing victims in the United States time, money and not-so-pleasant chat with bank and law enforcement officials about passing counterfeit postal money orders. According to U. S. Postal Inspectors, the counterfeit money order scam… Continue Reading Consumer Alert: Postal inspectors warn about counterfeit postal money orders

Continue reading …

The Community Health Partnership and the El Paso County Medical Society have inaugurated two prescription drug programs for residents of El Paso and Teller counties. This effort is one of many communitywide, health care-related issues addressed by the partnership of area health care organizations. Chronic disease management, free medical care for those in need, electronic… Continue Reading Prescription drug programs may benefit small employers

Continue reading …

Earning a master’s degree in business administration will soon be a more convenient option for employees of a local investment management firm and others who work at nearby companies. In cooperation with T. Rowe Price, a Baltimore-based investment management firm, faculty from the CU-Colorado Springs Graduate School of Business Administration will teach courses at T.… Continue Reading T. Rowe Price, UCCS offer access to advanced degree

Continue reading …

People on the Move

Comments Off

Roland Sardaczuk has rejoined American Property Management Co. as the general manager of the Park Place Hotel. He has more than 30 years of experience in the hospitality industry, most recently serving as the general manager of the LeBaron Hotel. Edward Hurt has received the inaugural Ethical Business Leader of Colorado Springs award from The… Continue Reading People on the Move

Continue reading …

Wolf stays focused on the task(s) at hand

Comments Off

* Name: Michelle Wolf * Organization: The Friends of Cheyenne Canon and the 14th Wine Festival of Colorado Springs * Position: TFOCC president and event planner and lifestyles co-chair of wine festival * Hometown: Pueblo * How long have you lived in Colorado Springs: Since 1974 * Education: Master’s degree in education and administration certification… Continue Reading Wolf stays focused on the task(s) at hand

Continue reading …

Employees job hop for r-e-s-p-e-c-t

Comments Off

Not all office environments are created equal. Some operate smoothly, with managers, employees and company presidents working together. Other offices are fraught with gossip, negative or no feedback and overall disrespect for fellow staff members. While these scenarios represent the extremes, there seems to be a decrease in the level of respect in the workplace.… Continue Reading Employees job hop for r-e-s-p-e-c-t

Continue reading …