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Colorado Springs Utilities, Add Staff and the U.S. Air Force Academy were three of the big-name organizations represented at the first Hispanic Chamber of Commerce business exposition and job fair. The event drew 57 booths and more than 300 people, said Ivonne Bass, executive director of the chamber. Hispanic businesses accounted for 30 percent of… Continue Reading Hispanic Chamber of Commerce business exposition and job fair

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Celebrate Technology: Technolgy Achievement

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Editor’s note: Celebrate Technology’s Technology Achievement Award recognizes coverage area companies that have made significant contributions to technology development over a number of years. Four companies were selected to receive the 2004 award. Ramtron International Corp. Ramtron International Corp., founded in 1984 and a leader in the semiconductor industry, makes memory chips that save data… Continue Reading Celebrate Technology: Technolgy Achievement

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It’s a logo many are quite familiar with, the walking fingers advertising the yellow pages, but now that logo could end up luring businesses. Recent mailings to one local business appeared at first glance to be a bill for yellow pages services. Upon closer review, the business owner determined that he never authorized the “services,”… Continue Reading Consumer Alert: Beware of bills or invoices bearing yellow pages logo

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People on the Move

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John Morse has been named CEO of Silver Key Senior Services. Morse, who will assume his new position Nov. 15, is currently chief of the Fountain Police Department. Roger Miller has been promoted to associate at Nolte. He is the managing director of the Colorado Springs office and has more than 24 years of experience… Continue Reading People on the Move

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Celebrate Technology: Infrastructure Builder

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Editor’s note: Celebrate Technology’s Infrastructure Builder Award recognizes coverage area companies that have made significant contributions to building and supporting the coverage area technology community during the past year. Four companies were selected to receive the 2004 award. AeA’s Mountain States Council Greg Jenik is working to build a technology community. As executive director of… Continue Reading Celebrate Technology: Infrastructure Builder

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It all began this past summer when hail storms hit southern Colorado and homeowners started looking for contractors to fix the damage to their roofs. Shortly thereafter, a roofing company by the name of H.L. Bosche showed up in town. Consumers reported to the Better Business Bureau back in August that the company was claiming… Continue Reading Consumer Alert: Roofing company continuing to prey on homeowners

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Architect much more than just a designer

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* Name: Morey Bean, AIA * Organization: Colorado Architecture Partnership LLP * Position: Founding Partner * Hometown: Colorado Springs * How long have you lived in Colorado Springs: A native of 52 years. * Education: Bachelor of Environmental Design, CU Boulder Master of Architecture, Ohio State University * A few words about your company: The… Continue Reading Architect much more than just a designer

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Celebrate Technology: Corporate Citizenship

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Community-minded Intel works at volunteering Judy Cara said Intel’s corporate mission statement includes always being a “great place to work.” Apparently part of being a great place to work includes employing the sort of people who volunteer in the community. “Volunteers have made a huge difference in some of the projects they have undertaken. Employees… Continue Reading Celebrate Technology: Corporate Citizenship

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Celebrate Technology: Entrepreneur of the Year:

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Carmichael ‘trains right’ Chris Carmichael caught his first glimpse of the technology field in the early 1990s. As head coach at USA Cycling, he discovered that coaching cyclists from a remote location was a challenge. Carmichael realized he would need to find a technology that could help coaches provide athletes with their prescribed, personal workouts.… Continue Reading Celebrate Technology: Entrepreneur of the Year:

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Colorado: resource friendly for exporters

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Foreign trade appears to be trending well for U.S. and Colorado companies. According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, exports for July totaled $95 billion, a $2.8-billion or 3 percent increase from June. Exports increased year-to-date by 12.7 percent for a total $656 billion compared to 2003, during which more than $1 trillion was recorded… Continue Reading Colorado: resource friendly for exporters

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