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Customer convenience in Spanish

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U.S. Bank is offering another customer convenience for Spanish-speaking individuals who wish to apply for a checking or savings account online. Potential customers can apply for a variety of checking and savings accounts and certificates of deposit through www.usbank.com/espanol. The site also includes a branch locator feature complete with contact information and driving instructions to… Continue Reading Customer convenience in Spanish

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Training Timeline

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Karyn Palgut’s recount of a few training program incidents: Week 6: Palgut said the harassment started. She said instructors were saying things like “we notice you like to observe.” “You are too detailed and you lack initiative.” “You are a perfectionist.” “Go inside of yourself and don’t be afraid to make mistakes.” November: Palgut said… Continue Reading Training Timeline

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Business doesn't take a break

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Wall Street Journal readers will have something extra to look forward to on the weekends. The Journal will start publishing what it calls a Weekend Edition on Sept. 17, an edition that will include three sections – the A front page, a Money and Investing section and the new Pursuits section. “It’s more like the… Continue Reading Business doesn't take a break

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Work-related deaths went down in Colorado in 2003

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Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment statisticians this week announced that the number of work-related deaths in Colorado decreased from 123 in 2002 to 102 in 2003, a decrease of nearly 17 percent, according to the 2003 Colorado Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries. The data cites transportation fatalities, primarily highway accidents, as the major… Continue Reading Work-related deaths went down in Colorado in 2003

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“Make big $$ working from home. Earn $50 to $200 /hour in the comfort of your home! You’ve seen the newspaper ads or the flyers on telephone poles or the offers over the Internet. Sounds great. In fact, working from home is becoming more popular and attractive to many Americans – from stay-at-home moms to… Continue Reading Consumer Alert Work-at-home scams: they just don't pay

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SBA improves HUBZone Program

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The U.S. Small Business Administration is changing its Historically Underutilized Business (HUBZone) program to help small businesses create more jobs in economically distressed communities. “These pivotal changes to the HUBZone program expand its reach dramatically and will create more jobs and economic growth in economically depressed areas for small businesses, and stimulate growth in the… Continue Reading SBA improves HUBZone Program

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Galvan eyes community development

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* Name: Jo Ann “Miabella” Galvan * Organization: JAG Consulting Group * Position: Principal * Hometown: Houston, Texas * How long have you lived in Colorado Springs: Two years * Education: University of Houston. I’m a finance gal. * A few words about your company: My focuses are business modeling, strategic planning, developing marketing plans… Continue Reading Galvan eyes community development

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SBA extends deadline for size standards comments

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The U.S. Small Business Administration has extended the deadline by 60 days for advance comments from the public on key issues relating to its small business size standards, the rules used by the SBA and other federal agencies to determine whether a business is small. The SBA extended the deadline in response to requests from… Continue Reading SBA extends deadline for size standards comments

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Barber bids farewell

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After 25 and-a-half years with El Paso County government, Frank O. Barber is moving on. On Jan. 31, Barber put in his last day as the manager of the economic development district of the financial services department. That title was a long time coming. “I was involved with a whole lot of things through the… Continue Reading Barber bids farewell

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Red Cross director seeks interaction

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During the week of Jan. 24, the American Red Cross Pikes Peak Chapter assisted the victims of 15 area house fires. Each year, the Pikes Peak chapter responds to more than 75 disasters in Colorado Springs and surrounding areas. David Just, the new executive director of the local Red Cross chapter, would like to instill… Continue Reading Red Cross director seeks interaction

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