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CSU should follow Memorial’s fate

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Just as the recalcitrant Memorial CEO Larry McEvoy, thought his ideas were the only ones worth listening to and never expected his imperial visions to evaporate before his very eyes, so Colorado Springs Utilities CEO, Jerry Forte, may be dreaming that his empire is beyond reproach. Wake up and smell the coffee! With public scrutiny… Continue Reading CSU should follow Memorial’s fate

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SBA: Customers want green

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Green dry cleaners, Green energy. Green puppy food. Green car washes. Green wall paints. Green grease removal. Green: It’s everywhere. It’s taught in the first grade. It’s at the center of many corporate manufacturing and marketing policies. And whether you believe in climate change or still have doubts, consumers are now demanding GREEN. Adopting environmentally… Continue Reading SBA: Customers want green

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Condominiums losing value over FHA status

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Condominium associations that have discovered their Federal Housing Authority certifications are expired have scrambled to restore home values by re-applying for the status. Continue Reading Condominiums losing value over FHA status

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The planned 2.4-million-square foot Copper Ridge retail center sprung back to life last week when Gary Erickson’s Northgate Properties announced that it had lured one of retail’s biggest fish — Bass Pro Shops. Continue Reading Copper Ridge betting on Bass to bait other business

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About three years ago, Jesse Russow wanted to open his own business, using experience gained from years as an entrepreneur and as a traveling roofing salesman. Continue Reading Small Business Development Centers seek bigger budget

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There’s an old expression in business that “cash is king” and it’s so true. Cash is the lifeblood of any business because you can’t operate without it. In recent years, cash flow has consistently been listed as one of the top reasons why businesses fail, although that may be improving according to The Gallup Economy… Continue Reading Give yourself advantage by projecting weekly cash flow

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Alleys around the world have bad reputations to live down. And those in Colorado Springs are no exception. The Downtown Partnership aims to transform Colorado Springs’ alleys, two of them to start, from smelly, dirty places where the homeless sleep and garbage stacks up to comfortable pathways from parking to downtown filled with art and… Continue Reading Downtown kicking around ideas for Alley Arts District

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2012 is the year of the website redesign. After three years of conservative spending on websites, this year we’ve seen an explosion of activity. I am assuming this is because businesses have realized three things; first, Facebook is not going to replace the corporate website as a medium. Second, the recession is getting better and… Continue Reading How to keep your Web designer from killing you

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People on the Move – March 2, 2012

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The Governor’s Energy Office named Jeffrey Nathanson CEO of Recharge Colorado. Nathanson is a longtime leader in the Colorado clean-tech industry and is the vice chairman of the State of Colorado’s Clean Energy Development Authority, a member of the Colorado clean-tech industry association and a longtime board member of Colorado’s sustainable business training resource.  He… Continue Reading People on the Move – March 2, 2012

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Kudos! – March 2, 2012

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33rd Annual Telly Awards Winner JSP Broadcast Inc. was awarded the Silver Telly — the highest honor that the Telly Awards presents each year recognizing the best programming in the industry — for its “Race to the Clouds, the 2011 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb” sports programming. More than 13,000 entries from ad agencies, production houses, TV… Continue Reading Kudos! – March 2, 2012

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