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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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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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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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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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