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Kudos! – September 7, 2012

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The Mining Exchange named official hotel of the Colorado Springs Philharmonic The Colorado Springs Philharmonic entered into a three-year agreement with The Mining Exchange to be the official hotel for the orchestra. The arrangement provides housing to accommodate artists performing with the orchestra. “This partnership means so much, not only to the Philharmonic, but also to… Continue Reading Kudos! – September 7, 2012

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On the Horizon – September 7, 2012

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Sept. 10 Minding Your Business Learn how to research starting or growing a business. This class, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at Penrose Library, covers print sources, electronic databases and websites to help find information on industry, competition, vendors, financials and more. Sept. 11 Chamber University The Greater Colorado Springs Chamber and EDC hosts Chamber… Continue Reading On the Horizon – September 7, 2012

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“Green building” became a common term among construction and design circles years ago, but it’s still a buzz phrase that excites architects and worries accountants. Continue Reading Green building LEEDs way to a sustainable future

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No need for rush to judgment on Utilities

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We have so much going on in Colorado Springs right now. Too much, really, to add something more of huge importance. Just to make the point, let’s share a quick list of immediate priorities: The city faces a growing urgency to address its approach to oil and gas drilling inside the city limits, clearing the… Continue Reading No need for rush to judgment on Utilities

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Hiring family and friends: Benefits and pitfalls

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A common question that often surfaces is whether it is wise to hire family members or friends. Opinions are generally strong concerning this issue, and there seem to be as many on one side of the fence as the other. In many cultures business is largely based on relational lines — many even in the… Continue Reading Hiring family and friends: Benefits and pitfalls

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Turn off your engine!

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As we read about yet another military experiment with biofuels, one associated with the Navy’s Pacific fleet, it seems as if waste is never going to be curbed. What has been termed a $12 million cocktail of biofuels has brought congressional scrutiny and the ire of at least some lawmakers who ignore the fact that… Continue Reading Turn off your engine!

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The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs is all grown up and headed into a new school year as one of the region’s emerging economic drivers. The university, once a small commuter college, now packs a $310 million economic punch to the local economy and is growing. This year, the university is building a $17.5… Continue Reading UCCS: Driving the region’s economic growth

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t’s not surprising that retired banker Bill Berenz likes to mountain bike. Continue Reading Berenz hits the road after successful banking career

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When Caroline Bilodeau finished college several years ago in her native Montreal, she took a road trip to the United States — and never went back. Continue Reading Palmer Lake’s Speedtrap a ‘spur of the moment’ success

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Tim Beeson has been investing his retirement savings in real estate for almost two decades, and he has noticed he’s not alone anymore. Continue Reading Investors buying real estate with retirement money

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