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With the election over and status quo in Congress, many see the “fiscal cliff” as an artifice intended to cause unwilling politicians and party leaders to do something in the national interest. It’s also understood that what Congress did, Congress can undo, and that we are not likely to see solutions — just more can-kicking.… Continue Reading End the trade deficit, and fiscal issues will go away

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Final weeks might decide 2012’s economic fate

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Perhaps the best part of Thanksgiving this year, as far as the Colorado Springs economy is concerned, has to be right there on the calendar. With the fourth Thursday of November falling on the 22nd, that means the earliest possible date for Thanksgiving — and the longest possible holiday shopping season. It’s safe to say… Continue Reading Final weeks might decide 2012’s economic fate

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Top technical reasons marketers get fired

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Marketing is becoming a technical profession, much to the dismay of many who thought they would have a career filled with martinis and long meetings about pictures and how to fit those pictures into hilarious ads. Some weeklong celebrity photo shoots in the Bahamas would be nice too. Unfortunately, now marketers are as responsible for… Continue Reading Top technical reasons marketers get fired

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People on the Move

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Richard Caldwell has been promoted to sector manager competitive intelligence at Northrop Grumman, Information Systems. In his new position Caldwell sets the policies and procedures for the application of competitive analysis. He is responsible for the proper application of company policies, corporate and sector priority, and he mentors division analysts through their career progression and… Continue Reading People on the Move

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Amy Fortier left Flagstaff, Ariz. and came to Colorado Springs in search of a better job market. She found success with a career in marketing, but before she discovered her niche, she picked up a lot of other skills along the way. She was recently promoted to the position of marketing and finance director for… Continue Reading Y.P. One on One: Fortier found job niche in the Springs

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Jussi and Shannon Saramaa created the Collection M jewelry line, which features high-end, fresh-water pearls from Scandanavia.
But until Koru and Company popped up at 224 N. Tejon St., they hadn’t found an opportunity to sell their jewelry locally. Continue Reading Koru Street pops up, offering space to local entrepreneurs

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he Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act failed to solve one health care riddle: how to pay for long-term care for the rising tide of the nation’s aging population. Continue Reading Long-term care: A problem the Affordable Care Act didn’t fix

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Millenium Cleaning grows from online explosion

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Elba Ceilhan grew up cleaning. Both of her parents were professionals. They owned corporate office-cleaning businesses and her mother led housekeeping teams in some of the country’s finest five-star hotels. Continue Reading Millenium Cleaning grows from online explosion

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Manitou Springs has dreamed for years of being a year-round destination town. Now its growing art community may be the way to make it happen. Continue Reading Art scene could make Manitou a full-time destination

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Stage appears set for Anschutz buying Gazette

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He owns hotels, railroads, newspapers, sports teams, arenas, movie theaters and ticket brokers. He has interests in at least 150 companies. His family foundation, created in 1964, has more than $2 billion in assets. He gave $100 million to the University of Colorado Medical Campus, which was renamed to recognize his generosity. His net worth… Continue Reading Stage appears set for Anschutz buying Gazette

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