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People on the Move – April 20, 2012

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Brian Roa has joined Ent Business Banking to serve the credit union’s Fountain and Pueblo members. A Colorado native, Roa has more than 16 years of financial service experience. For the past eight years, Roa worked for Wells Fargo as a district manager and sales development consultant. In Roa’s new role, he will work with… Continue Reading People on the Move – April 20, 2012

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Kudos! – April 20, 2012

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CDOT Employees’ Research Paper Is Award-Winner Colorado Department of Transportation employees Jake Kononov and Bryan Allery, with Canadian researcher Craig Lyon, were honored by the Transportation Research Board of the National Academies for their work in co-authoring a paper that identifies a potential connection between congestion and the physics of accident occurrence on urban freeways.… Continue Reading Kudos! – April 20, 2012

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On the Horizon – April 20, 2012

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April 24 “Positioning Your Business for Sale in Today’s Marketplace” Ron Brasch, Andy Inman and Danny Moore present a seminar for people considering selling their business, their advisers, attorneys and accountants from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the Art Deco Lounge, Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. The seminar is free but reservations are required: RSVP… Continue Reading On the Horizon – April 20, 2012

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No network is secure from cyber theft or cyber warfare. Continue Reading Nations, businesses under attack in cyber warfare

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Since April 15 fell on a Sunday, and the District of Columbia celebrates Emancipation Day on April 16, Americans didn’t have to file their income taxes this year until April 17. Don’t you feel lucky? I don’t. As both a taxpayer and an economist, our tax system ranks as a bewildering, frustrating mess. Not only… Continue Reading Roll a seven for a rational, pro-growth tax system

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Money and faith

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We have heard about Tim Tebow and the merging of faith and sports. Is he going too far? Did Jesus really help him win games for the Broncos? What will happen now in New York? We have heard about the religious views of politicians and the merging of faith and politics. Should we care if… Continue Reading Money and faith

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Our marketplace is volatile and constantly changing. The speed and complexity of changes that affect our businesses is only increasing. To lead our organizations in this environment requires a leadership culture that rests on solid ground, fully engages the workforce and their creativity, and can adapt and adjust to the many twists and turns of… Continue Reading Collaborative governance: The key to leadership trust

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Smart homes employ intelligent design

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Imagine you get up to make popcorn and the movie you’re watching automatically pauses. You walk into the kitchen and, sensing your presence, the lights adjust to your preferences. Continue Reading Smart homes employ intelligent design

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Colorado aerospace: All systems go

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The aerospace industry is faring much better in Colorado than in other states across the nation — and that holds true in Colorado Springs as well. Continue Reading Colorado aerospace: All systems go

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An arm of the Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments approved a sustainability plan last week packed with hefty goals that seek to turn the lagging region into a national leader in sustainability. The plan is long on optimism — and work. “Looking to our future — Pikes Peak Region 2030” identifies 10 topic areas… Continue Reading Regional Sustainability Plan establishes lofty goals to change perception of area

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