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Women of Influence: City should feel proud

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As you probably noticed on page 2 of this issue, one of the Business Journal’s most popular traditions is continuing beyond our change of ownership three months ago. That tradition, of course, is the Women of Influence honors, with the 2012 winners to be recognized at a special luncheon event on Thursday, Sept. 20, at… Continue Reading Women of Influence: City should feel proud

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Why proximity matters

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In the Digital Age our reach is global, but our expertise is local. We have access to information from around the world, but we really know only what’s around us. We know whose coffee is best, and the bartender who fills your wine glass more than anyone else. This local knowledge is tacit; we may… Continue Reading Why proximity matters

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Let’s escape the time warp

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In the movie Back to the Future, the teenager played by Michael J. Fox accidentally propels himself back to 1955 — and gets stuck there for a time. He can’t return to his life because the fuel of the future, which powered his time machine backward, doesn’t exist yet. In 2012, America seems stuck in… Continue Reading Let’s escape the time warp

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Memorial lease battle ends, legal fight looms

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Organizers are celebrating the overwhelming voter support to lease Memorial Health System to the University of Colorado Health, ending years of uncertainty and debate. Continue Reading Memorial lease battle ends, legal fight looms

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Gold Hill Mesa developers believe their West Side infill project is “so far outside of the box” that it needs its own zoning. Continue Reading Whole Foods? Perhaps REI? Gold Hill aiming high

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Apple’s iPads could be the best thing to hit classrooms since the chalkboard’s debut in 1801 — and a new educational foundation wants to make sure every elementary school kid in El Paso County has a tablet computer… Continue Reading Foundation seeks help bringing iPads to classrooms

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Inside the reception area of Genesis Medspa is a book called Women Living Consciously, a collection of first-person inspirational stories. Continue Reading Brutal attack didn’t define Genesis Medspa owner

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What happens if the Memorial Health System ballot initiative fails Tuesday? There’s really no Plan B. Organizers of the lease agreement say that leasing Memorial to University of Colorado Health is the available option. And while failure to approve the lease wouldn’t be completely catastrophic, it would be damaging for the hospital and for staff.… Continue Reading Too big to fail: Memorial offers only one option now

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A small spiritual retreat center that was Teller County’s best kept secret is now shouting from the mountaintops its plans to become a conference and wedding destination. Continue Reading Teller County retreat center has big plans for growth

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It might not feel appropriate with sunny days still reaching into the 90s, but this is holiday party planning season. “If you don’t have your venue booked by October, you’re going to really limit your options,” said Donna Vessey, professional party planner and owner of Donna Vessey Events. This is one of her busiest planning… Continue Reading Holiday hoopla: Company events bring business to venues, vendors

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