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Details make a difference in office courtesy

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Ever forget to say good morning to coworkers? Ever forget to turn off a cell phone during a meeting? Most businesspeople have been guilty of such seemingly minor offenses, but taking a moment or two each day to say something nice, compliment a colleague or lend a hand can make a world of difference. Forty… Continue Reading Details make a difference in office courtesy

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People on the Move

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Chastity J. Barker has joined The Haskins Law Firm. She is a recent graduate of the University of Denver Law School. Gina J. Rogers has joined The Haskins Law Firm. She is a recent graduate of the University of Denver Law School. Robert Reed has joined the Antlers Hilton as executive chef. He has nearly… Continue Reading People on the Move

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Patel sees strengths in community's diversity

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* Name: Jay Patel * Organization: Jayson, Inc. * Hometown: Harare, Zimbabwe * How long have you lived in Colorado Springs: I’ve lived here for 26 years. I came to Colorado Springs and decided to get into business for myself. v Education: I studied accounting and I transferred to Indiana State University from overseas. v… Continue Reading Patel sees strengths in community's diversity

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First Springs manufacturing workshop a success

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Manufacturing is America’s core industry. No one can argue its weight, especially now as the country observes the plight of at-risk Americans as the health care community scrambles to provide flu vaccines. The scarcity of flu vaccines is a manufacturing question – an issue related to manufacturing, said Bill Canis, the executive director of the… Continue Reading First Springs manufacturing workshop a success

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Colorado Springs Teen Court Inc. celebrated “A Decade of Second Chances” on Oct. 19 with a breakfast at the Antlers Hilton. The organization was founded in 1994 and has served more than 2,000 juveniles, ages 11-18, and their families. The program provides an alternative to the regular Municipal Court sentencing for first-time misdemeanor offenders. Sentencing… Continue Reading Teen Court: A Decade of Second Chances annual breakfast

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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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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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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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Wage survey results released

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The Mountain States Employers Council has released the results of its Wage Projection Survey for 2005. Overall, things are looking good for workers in the Pikes Peak region. According to the survey results, projected wage increases will average 3.3 percent, up from a projected 3 percent for 2004. “Typically when there’s an anticipation of wage… Continue Reading Wage survey results released

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