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Data center relocation hot spot is Colo. Springs

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Cities are likely to soon be swooning over data centers, and Colorado Springs could be a lucky suitor. Continue Reading Data center relocation hot spot is Colo. Springs

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In Colorado Springs, about 100 attorneys are working on a project that aims to provide legal access to people who in their wildest dreams could never afford to hire an attorney. Under the umbrella of the El Paso County Bar Association, a new nonprofit organization has formed, the Pikes Peak Pro Bono Project. And, “the… Continue Reading Attorneys’ program allows poor to approach the bench

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People on the Move – February 10, 2012

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Blair Reeves has been appointed COO of the Better Business Bureau of Southern Colorado. Reeves joined the bureau in 2004 and has served in several different capacities. Douglas L. Gibson has been named to the Better Business Bureau of Southern Colorado’s board of directors. Gibson is CEO at Colorado Springs Radiologists, PC/Penrad Imaging. UMB Bank… Continue Reading People on the Move – February 10, 2012

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Do I own these words? What are they worth?

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When I started writing this column, I have to admit that the notion of “owning my content and selling the content as a product” was as ludicrous to my Generation X brain as the idea of Land Ownership was to Native Americans when the settlers started buying it from them. I mean, seriously, who can… Continue Reading Do I own these words? What are they worth?

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Powerful business tools are often forgotten

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Recently I helped refinish a basement for a friend and kept lamenting the fact that I often didn’t have the right tool to effectively get the job done. It is frustrating knowing that the perfect tool exists but I can’t put my hands on it to do the job. But imagine how I’d feel if… Continue Reading Powerful business tools are often forgotten

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Many Valentines, one day

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You don’t have to be a cynic to admit that Valentine’s Day is a big business opportunity for retailers, florists, jewelers, and restaurants. Once the New Year’s celebration is over, the shelves at most stores become red and pink. After Christmas, Valentine’s Day is the second -highest expenditure holiday, accounting for about $18 billion in… Continue Reading Many Valentines, one day

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Jackson sees auto sales jump from idle to roar

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Colorado Automobile Dealers Association Tim Jackson has a lot of good news. His organization released a report recently that said 2011 registrations of new cars and light trucks in Colorado rose 15.5 percent since 2010. The report also indicates that auto sales might be on the rise for while because registrations were up 20.8 percent… Continue Reading Jackson sees auto sales jump from idle to roar

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Lessons from the business of baseball

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Ignore the snow and the cold. Even though it’s only February, the hope of spring is upon us. That is, the hope that comes with Major League Baseball’s Spring Training. It’s been a long three-plus months since the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Texas Rangers in the World Series. But pitchers and catchers are reporting… Continue Reading Lessons from the business of baseball

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For business couples, marriage is a lot of work

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This Valentine’s Day, small business owner Terry Jenson is on the hunt for the perfect card for his business partner … Continue Reading For business couples, marriage is a lot of work

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Book Review: “Against Thrift”

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By James Livingston The bill for the holiday spending spree came the other day, delivered by an industrial-sized forklift. Okay, not quite, but it sure seemed like it. That bill was thick, it had too many numbers to the left of the decimal point, and you’re feeling somewhat ashamed. You should be saving money, not… Continue Reading Book Review: “Against Thrift”

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