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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

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People on the Move

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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

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Karyn Palgut was terminated from the Colorado Springs Fire Department’s training program on Jan. 18, two days prior to taking the state firefighter exams. She and her attorney, Rich Nagl, have filed charges against the department with the city’s human resources office alleging gender discrimination, reprisal and retaliation, several counts of harassment that took place… Continue Reading A history of discrimination against women firefighters

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Cass to speak at golf tournament seminar

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Jan Cass will be the featured speaker at the next Golf Tournament Planning Seminar, which will be hosted by the Antler Creek Golf Course from 1 to 5 p.m. Feb. 26. She is a graduate of Texas Tech University where she earned a degree in corporate communications. Cass is a relocation expert with Re/Max All… Continue Reading Cass to speak at golf tournament seminar

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Employment costs, inflation on the rise

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The total cost of employee compensation for private industry workers in the West rose 3.9 percent for the year ended December 2004, according to employment cost index data released by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics. Nationwide, total compensation costs increased 3.8 percent from December 2003 to December 2004. The employment cost… Continue Reading Employment costs, inflation on the rise

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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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Chamber seeking ATHENA nominees

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Marijane Paulson, Cari Shaffer, Shirley Stewart and Pam Shockley are four Colorado Springs women who have received an ATHENA award, which was created by the ATHENA Foundation, a branch of the chamber of commerce in Lansing, Mich. The award recognizes individuals who have made significant strides in their business or professional careers, while giving back… Continue Reading Chamber seeking ATHENA nominees

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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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