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People on the Move – August 5, 2011

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Susan R. Vervaeke has joined Erickson, Brown & Kloster P.C.’s audit team. She has 28 years of accounting experience, most recently as the CFO of the Humane Society. Matrix Design Group, Inc. named Greg Severance as director of energy. Severance joins Matrix after decades of experience in public works, including energy and traffic engineering. Severance… Continue Reading People on the Move – August 5, 2011

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On the Horizon – July 29, 2011

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Aug. 2 Excel I class Learn how to create, manipulate and format a basic spreadsheet from 8:30 to 10 a.m. at the East Library, 5550 N. Union Blvd. Prerequisite: Word I or strong familiarity with the Microsoft Word program. Call 389-8968 to register. Aug. 3 CRP networking, espresso style The Chamber’s Rising Professionals will host a… Continue Reading On the Horizon – July 29, 2011

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People on the Move – July 29, 2011

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Sharon Siedler has been promoted to national director of sales and Marketing for John Q Hammons Hotels and Resorts. Siedler will represent 78 hotels and resorts throughout the U.S. She has more than 20 years of experience in the hospitality industry. Stockman Kast Ryan + Co., a locally-owned certified public accounting firm, announces two promotions:… Continue Reading People on the Move – July 29, 2011

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Dr. Lance Bolton is the new president of Pikes Peak Community College. The position has sat vacant since September, when former president Tony Kinkel resigned unexpectedly. Bolton will now oversee the second largest community college in the state, which offers 150 degree, career and technical programs through its four campuses. This year, the college has… Continue Reading New PPCC president Bolton in sync with business needs

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Health Quarterly: Wellness plans are tricky

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Nearly every company has a wellness plan or is contemplating one. And why not? The right plan can save money on insurance premiums, create healthier employees, reduce absenteeism and increase productivity. Seems like a no-brainer, right? Not really. That’s because wellness plans — depending on how they’re structured — can lead to sticky problems with… Continue Reading Health Quarterly: Wellness plans are tricky

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As a veteran of the business world, I certainly understand why many business owners are apprehensive about the health care system. They have enough on their plates simply dealing with the day-to-day challenges of a slowly recovering economy, meeting payroll, making a profit and keeping the lights on. Businesses already pay a bulk of health… Continue Reading Health Quarterly: How businesses can improve health care

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Borrowers who thought they could walk away from a foreclosure, dust off their jackets and pick up where they left off have been surprised to find their debt continues to haunt them. That’s because banks are pursuing the balance owed on a property after foreclosure sale. Before the real estate crisis, banks rarely claimed deficiencies.… Continue Reading Banks going after every last foreclosure penny

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Andy Bohlmann cancelled a Cycling Pro cross country mountain bike race this year because he couldn’t find enough business sponsors to back it. Continue Reading Rough terrain: Small sporting events struggle for sponsorships

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Running the city like a business is odd

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Not only did the citizens of Colorado Springs want a “strong mayor” with commensurate strong salary, they wanted the city to run like a business, which is code-word for efficiency. They found a perfect match in Steve Bach, a former commercial real-estate broker whose regal appearance bespeaks of a successful CEO and hopefully a mayor.… Continue Reading Running the city like a business is odd

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