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Sleep disorders more common

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They’ve watched patients talk, walk and even get into fights with invisible people. The doctors at the area sleep labs say they have seen it all. There are about 84 recognized sleep disorders, according to the American Academy of Sleep Medicine. They’re not all as easily cured as sleep apnea, which can usually be treated… Continue Reading Sleep disorders more common

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Aerospace park opts for Denver over Springs

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While Colorado Springs missed out on an aerospace manufacturing park planned for the metro-Denver region, the city will be considered for a satellite location. The Colorado Association of Manufacturing and Technology entered a partnership with NASA to create the Aerospace and Clean Energy Manufacturing and Innovation Park last December. The business site, designed to shorten… Continue Reading Aerospace park opts for Denver over Springs

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AMI wants the Springs to know it’s in town

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When it comes to connecting potential investors with micro- and small-cap companies, Accredited Members Holding Corp. has been compared to a dating service. One of less than a handful of publicly traded companies in Colorado Springs, Accredited Members (OTCBB: ACCM) is far better known outside the region than in it. “They represent one of those… Continue Reading AMI wants the Springs to know it’s in town

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Health care reform takes root in Colorado

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Portions of the Obama administration’s health care reform law continue to be put in place in Colorado, despite efforts to overturn the act. Colorado’s Attorney General John Suthers has joined his counterparts in 25 other states as plaintiffs in a lawsuit opposing the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. A Florida judge ruled the entire… Continue Reading Health care reform takes root in Colorado

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The apartment market in El Paso County is at a tipping point with the momentum quickly swinging in favor of landlords. Apartment vacancies are down and rents are up, while troop withdrawals and the likely landing of an aviation brigade at Fort Carson will contribute to a scarcity of affordable housing in the area. But… Continue Reading Looking outside the box for tools to spur construction

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Two groups that used to work closely together — banks and commercial developers — aren’t holding hands at the party any more. Banks say they need more leverage to recoup losses when loans go into default. Developers maintain they are being pushed into bankruptcy because of the way banks handle existing loans and their refusal… Continue Reading Bill seeks to protect debtors’ personal assets from banks

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Last year, Access Products, Inc., a toner cartridge and printer supply company, won what could be considered its golden ticket. The Colorado Springs business became one of 15 companies nationwide with a blanket purchase agreement to sell office supplies to the federal government. Within months, the deal to sell toner cartridges, printers and other items… Continue Reading Government contracts hikes volume for Access Products

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People on the Move – February 25, 2011

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Infront Webworks has hired Dale Warner as its Internet marketing director. Lana Janc has joined the Memorial Health System Foundation Board of Directors. She is the general sales manager for KILO 94.3 and 1039 KRXP. She was named a Colorado Springs Business Journal Rising Star last year. Darlene Larson has joined the Memorial Health System… Continue Reading People on the Move – February 25, 2011

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On the Horizon – February 25, 2011

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Feb. 26 Springs regional history competition The final rounds of the Colorado Springs Regional National History Day competition are scheduled for 8 a.m. Feb. 26 at Palmer Hall and Tutt Science Center. Attendance is free. March 1 Mayoral candidate forum for business leaders A mayoral candidate forum for business leaders is scheduled from 5:15 to… Continue Reading On the Horizon – February 25, 2011

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Christina McGrath has a degree in architecture, was an El Pomar Foundation fellow, sits on the board of the Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity, and took over in January as executive director of the Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region — and she’s only 25 years old. We spoke with McGrath at her COPPeR… Continue Reading New COPPeR director: Springs is ‘a real hidden gem’

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