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The Fourth International Congress on Monoclonal Antibodies in Cancer is scheduled to take place in the Springs next month. As part of the meetings, Genmab A/S will present new HuMax-CD4 Phase II data about the duration of patients. Genmab, which is headquartered in Copenhagen, Denmark, and has operations in Utrecht, The Netherlands, and Princeton, N.J.,… Continue Reading Data from lymphoma study to be presented at cancer congress

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As gasoline prices rise to near $2 a gallon in some areas, consumers are wondering what they can do to improve their gas mileage. Although there are practical steps you can take to increase gas mileage, the Better Business Bureau warns consumers to be wary of gas-saving claims that empty your wallet instead of saving… Continue Reading Rising gas prices encourage gas-saving scammers

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Denver- AARP ElderWatch and the Office of the Colorado Attorney General want to warn seniors about bogus telephone offers for federal government grants. AARP ElderWatch has received calls from seniors who have been offered grants through the “federal grant information center.” In all cases the caller begins by explaining that as a tax payer the… Continue Reading Federal government grant scam targeting seniors

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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 by email which will be forwarded to the Colorado Springs Business Journal for weekly publication List Your 2005 Date or tentative tournament date now! Submit your 2005 tournament information,… Continue Reading Golf Tournaments: Colorado Springs and southern Colorado

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Banks vs. credit unions

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Whether business or personal, a variety of financial organizations-from national and international banks to community banks to credit unions-can provide a home for your money. Trying to determine which one is right for you is often not as much a matter of numbers and logic as it is a matter of philosophy. Searching for the… Continue Reading Banks vs. credit unions

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Wonnett's focus is making UCCS meaningful

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* Name: Robert Wonnett * Organization: University of Colorado at Colorado Springs * Position: Dean of Students * Hometown: Colorado Springs * How long have you lived in Colorado Springs: 25 years * Education: B.S., M.S. University of Colorado-Boulder; MPA University of Colorado at Denver; J.D. University of Denver and currently completing a Ph.D. in… Continue Reading Wonnett's focus is making UCCS meaningful

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People on the Move

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Lori Book, M.D., has joined Colorado Springs Health Partners P.C. She has completed a fellowship in endocrinology, metabolism and clinical nutrition as well as a combined residency in internal medicine and pediatrics. Patrick Bultema has been appointed CEO of XAware Inc. He most recently served as CEO of FrontRange Solutions. Joe Belzer has joined Re/Max… Continue Reading People on the Move

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Colorado Springs Technology Incubator President Gary Markle has experienced what he hopes many of the incubator’s newly hatched business startups eventually realize: growth and the need to move into a larger space. On July 7, the incubator moved to University Office Park at 1867 Austin Bluffs, occupying, along with six incubator protégés, 4,000 of the… Continue Reading Tech Incubator to grow beyond new locale (7417)

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In 1980, John Weiss graced the cover of The Atlantic Monthly and was featured on television news programs 60 Minutes and 20/20. He was only 24. Weiss made an impression on society at an early age, and he continues to do so in Colorado Springs as publisher of The Independent, a locally-owned weekly newspaper. On… Continue Reading Chamber of Commerce Small Business Person of the Year Award Winners: John Weiss, Publisher of The Independent

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Flood of tech jobs could revitalize economy

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When the world’s largest computer-chip maker announced last month that it would shell out nearly $400 million to upgrade its Colorado Springs plant, technical workers may have breathed a collective sigh of relief-is that a light at the end of a very long tunnel? It could be, if spending at two microchip manufacturing companies indicates… Continue Reading Flood of tech jobs could revitalize economy

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