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Colorado Springs is no Silicon Valley, Austin or even Boulder. There is no venture capital coming this way. It would be a waste of time to pine for mega-million investments in hopes of becoming the next Google or Living Social. Yes, that sounds harsh. But it’s reality, said Chris Blees, one of three chairmen for… Continue Reading News Analysis: Angels in the wings for strong middle-market firms

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Tech Talk: Don’t neglect site updates

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This column is written specifically for the smaller, family-style businesses. It’s about maintaining your website’s technology (not the content), and why it’s time to start paying attention. Companies that don’t regularly access and update their Web technology tend to operate under the natural assumption that once a website is completed and launched it can sit… Continue Reading Tech Talk: Don’t neglect site updates

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Kudos! – August 3, 2012

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First Business Brokers expanding services, forms FBB Group Ron Chernak, principal and founder of First Business Brokers, Ltd., recently passed the FINRA Series 79 Investment Banking exam, enabling him to provide a comprehensive suite of investment banking services to clients. He formed The FBB Group, Ltd., which consists of two firms; First Business Brokers, Ltd., which… Continue Reading Kudos! – August 3, 2012

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On the Horizon – August 3, 2012

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Aug. 3 Brown Bag Lunch: How to Network The Small Business Development Center and Attention Getters hosts “Springing Up Businesses Through Networking” from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at 1260 Valley Street. To register, call 255-3844. Aug. 4 Minding Your Business Learn how to research starting or growing a business or how to find a job… Continue Reading On the Horizon – August 3, 2012

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Bankers are often first to notice when an older adult is being bilked out of savings or retirement money by scammers and swindlers … Continue Reading Quandary: Bankers look for best way to end elder abuse

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Somebody made a smart decision this week regarding the itinerary of a special tour for media and public officials regarding the Pikes Peak Rural Transportation Authority’s renewal on the November ballot. Everyone knew the basic plan, understandably, was to visit a handful of locations for capital projects that would be funded in the 2014-2024 time… Continue Reading PPRTA II: Not as sexy but still vital

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The right, and duty, to bear arms

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When writing from Israel, the most militarized nation on earth, I admittedly have a different perspective on gun rights. National security isn’t simply a political excuse for parliamentary debate, but a real survival matter for a tiny country surrounded by enemies who publicly declare their intention to destroy it. Military might is a watchword even… Continue Reading The right, and duty, to bear arms

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Mastering the art of executive small talk

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As an executive, you have lots of work to do. In fact, you have so much to do that it sometimes feels like you are chained to your desk. Visits away from your desk are generally purposeful, brief, and mission-focused so that you can get back to the piles at hand. Your team members, on… Continue Reading Mastering the art of executive small talk

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NeuStream: moving forward at Drake?

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It’s been a tough three months for David Neumann … Continue Reading NeuStream: moving forward at Drake?

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A new co-working space at the Colorado Springs Technology Incubator aims to get the entrepreneurial party started and help proprietors find their groove. Continue Reading Startup Factory seeks to be entrepreneurial hot spot

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