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Many times after a community has been hit by severe weather, “storm chasers” come into the area to take advantage of the situation. It appears this has happened in the Southern Colorado region. Shortly after the hailstorms that ravaged our community, a roofing company by the name of H.L. Bosche showed up in town. Consumers… Continue Reading Consumer Alert: Roofing business not 'covering' its tracks

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Health care issues are hot topics of discussion in America’s boardrooms. If the talk isn’t about access to health care or health care costs, it’s about health care providers. And the buzz in university and hospital boardrooms is about nurses, and the lack thereof. According to the Pikes Peak Workforce Center, the Center for Nursing… Continue Reading Collaboration brings $297,000 to health care community

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Attention Golf Committee Tournament Chairmen and Coordinators: to list your tournament access http://www.SeniorFriendlyGolf.com, complete the list request at the bottom of the tournament list, and submit online. The Colorado Springs Business Journal will publish the listings weekly. LIST YOUR 2005 DATE OR TENTATIVE TOURNAMENT DATE NOW! Submit your 2005 tournament information, even though it may… Continue Reading Golf Tournaments: Colorado Springs and southern Colorado

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Task force aims to revive manufacturing

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In the past four years, Colorado Springs has lost more than 5,000 manufacturing jobs, which doesn’t include the 4,000 jobs lost in the high-tech industry. Colorado has lost about 50,000 manufacturing jobs during the same period. Since 1999, 2.7 million additional manufacturing jobs have been lost in the United States. The average salary in the… Continue Reading Task force aims to revive manufacturing

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Investment banking for middle market companies

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* Name: John L. Graaff * Organization: Core Capital Group (CCG) * Position: Founder & CEO * Hometown: Des Moines * Lived in Colorado Springs: 24 years * Education: BSEE – University of Minnesota, Certified Business Intermediary (CBI) – International Business Brokers Association and private pilot. * A few words about your company: CCG was… Continue Reading Investment banking for middle market companies

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E-newsletters keeping businesses informed

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In mid-August, the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade, with Gov. Bill Owens’ blessing, launched the first of an ongoing series of bi-monthly e-newsletters that inform Colorado business people of economic-related issues and connect them to statewide resources. More than 34,000 Colorado business owners and consultants received seven e-newsletters, covering the following: tourism,… Continue Reading E-newsletters keeping businesses informed

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HBA/nonprofit collaborate for homeless teens

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In two months, homeless teenagers in Colorado Springs will have an opportunity to trade living on the streets and in makeshift shelters for a warm bed, a hot shower and regular meals in a real dining room. THE (transitional housing experience) Place is scheduled to open to homeless youth ages 15 to 21 on November… Continue Reading HBA/nonprofit collaborate for homeless teens

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Hands off: State cash funds should be off limits

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If the state treasurer gets his way, legislators will have to find a way to balance the state budget that doesn’t include transferring money from cash and trust funds. The money in cash and trust funds will be off limits to raids by state lawmakers in future years if a new constitutional measure developed by… Continue Reading Hands off: State cash funds should be off limits

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Traditional crime has drifted to the Internet, and business owners who in the past worried about robberies, employee theft and plagiarism can now add commercial criminal intrusion acts to their portfolio of entrepreneurial anxieties. Disgruntled or overly ambitious employees who hack a company’s network to steal client lists can affect the bottom line. What would… Continue Reading Cyber crime: from the filing cabinet to the hard drive

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Heart disease not a problem for men only

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The American Heart Association says that almost one-half million American women die each year – one death per minute – from cardiovascular disease, making it the No. 1 killer of American women. Since 1984, more women than men have died of some form of cardiovascular disease, and 64 percent of women who die from coronary… Continue Reading Heart disease not a problem for men only

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