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Local economist Tucker Hart Adams recently wrote, “If you live long enough, you will get old.” Continue Reading Age-appropriate business: As county ages, business opportunities mature

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Downtown advocates know that one of the primary ingredients for revitalization is residential development, but apartments are going up everywhere around the city except in the urban core. Continue Reading Developers opting not to build apartments downtown

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Jan Erickson woke in the middle of the night from a dream and sketched a design for a loose fitting woman’s jacket that would become a signature piece of her future business, Janska clothing … Continue Reading Local clothing line, Janska, filling national niche

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For gerontology professors and students at University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, the Palisades at Broadmoor Park is a living research lab … Continue Reading UCCS, Palisades at Broadmoor Park create unique partnership

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When Jared St. Aubyn went to contractors in 2009 and said he wanted to start his own homebuilding business, they raised their eyebrows. “I’m pretty sure most people thought I was nuts,” St. Aubyn said. It was a time when new housing starts were their lowest in decades, new homes sales were nearly dead and… Continue Reading St. Aubyn’s homebuilding business wins on bold bet

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by Charles Duhigg, c.2012, Random House If there’s one thing in the world that everyone can count on, it’s that you’ll be in your office by a certain time each morning. You get there via the same route, without fail. That’s, of course, after you get up at the same time each day and eat… Continue Reading Book Review: “The Power of Habit – Why we do what we do in business”

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One of my darkest days as a technologist was in 2008 when my boss told me, “We’re killing your RSS project because we think RSS is stupid.” Beyond the obvious incorrect labeling of non-sentient technology as either “smart” or “stupid,” it was a huge mistake on the part of the management. And here’s why… What… Continue Reading Tech Talk: Is RSS an underutilized powerhouse or just stupid?

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On the Horizon – March 30, 2012

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April 2 TEDxCSU Tickets for Colorado State University’s TEDxCSU, featuring former Gov. Bill Ritter and eTown host Nick Forrester, are now on sale through the Fort Collins Lincoln Center website. The event will be at 2 p.m. at the Fort Collins Lincoln Center Performance Hall, 417 W. Magnolia St. Fort Collins. Tickets are free for… Continue Reading On the Horizon – March 30, 2012

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People on the Move – March 30, 2012

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SkinMD Colorado, a Colorado Springs skin care treatment center specializing in skin enhancement and laser treatments, has hired Sue Dobson, a licensed paramedical aesthetician with more than 10 years experience in the skin care industry. She also is a certified skin technician performing chemical peeling, dermaplaning and microdermabrasion. Colorado Technical University in Colorado Springs has… Continue Reading People on the Move – March 30, 2012

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It doesn’t have a large brick-and-mortar presence, but the clinical-trial industry brings notoriety and business to Colorado Springs. In fact, Penrose-St. Francis Health Services won an award from the American College of Surgeon’s Commission on Cancer based in part on its participation in cancer drug trials. It’s the only hospital in Colorado to have earned the National… Continue Reading Clinical-trial industry has healthy presence in Springs

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