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Richard and Linda Pankratz have watched the seeds of a dream grow and bear fruits of success not only for the artist and his family, but also for a town and a community of Colorado and national artists. And now the seed has matured to fruition and spawned new growth as Richard Pankratz takes his… Continue Reading Artist studio renovation benefits Monument economy

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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: Venture Capital Builder

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Sequel Venture Partners boosts start-up tech firms Sequel Venture Partners provides the fuel, but it’s entrepreneurs who build the engine. “It’s not about us, it’s about the entrepreneur. Our philosophy is to provide them with capital and help them succeed,” said Tim Connor, one of five partners at the Boulder venture capital firm. “A business… Continue Reading Celebrate Technology: Venture Capital Builder

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With an annual revenue of $2.52 billion (a 22 percent increase over last year) and a net income of $133 million for fiscal year 2004, Harris Corp. is a technology giant. On Oct. 6, the Melbourne, Fla.-based corporation announced that it had signed a definitive agreement to acquire Denver-based Encoda Systems Holdings Inc., a global… Continue Reading Technology powerhouse acquires Colorado media solutions provider

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Celebrate Technology: Front Range Innovation

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LeftHand Networks creates, innovates storage solutions There are three reasons that CEO Bill Chambers tells people that his company is named LeftHand Networks Inc. Chambers is a southpaw. The office of LeftHand Networks sits in the shadow of Boulder Valley, which is kind of like the left hand of infamous Silicon Valley. But the true… Continue Reading Celebrate Technology: Front Range Innovation

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The Greater Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce is trying to quell a perception that it is all about big business. It’s just not so, said Dave Csintyan, chief operating officer of the Springs chamber. “I think it’s been difficult to articulate to the small business owner exactly what we can do for them,” Csintyan said.… Continue Reading Web site offers resources for small business owners

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Newellink searches for new cancer therapies Curing cancer may seem like a lofty goal, but M. Karen Newell is not going to let that stop her. Newell, who earned her doctorate in microbiology and immunology from the University of Colorado Health Science Center in Denver, is working on patented technology that involves researching the unique… Continue Reading Celebrate Technology: Break-Through Patented Technology

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Can you hear me now?

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A former boss of mine once reprimanded me at a department head meeting for chewing on a toothpick while he was talking. He would probably roll over in his grave today if he knew that meetings and seminars were constantly being interrupted with the sounds of ringing cell phones. I can visualize the creased brows,… Continue Reading Can you hear me now?

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Celebrate Technology: Emerging Venture

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Newdea brings free market ideals to nonprofit sector Troy Stremler spends his days keeping nonprofit organizations accountable to their donors. Newdea Inc., which Stremler founded about four years ago, is a Web-based service that gives the nonprofit access to existing and new donors, and allows the donors to retrieve information about where their money is… Continue Reading Celebrate Technology: Emerging Venture

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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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