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CSBJ honors Women of Influence

They come from a variety of backgrounds, not to mention professional careers. Together, the 13 members of the Colorado Springs Business Journal’s 2014 Women of Influence make a statement about the apparently endless supply of remarkable women across the area. The winners, selected by a committee of past honorees from a pool of more than… Continue Reading CSBJ honors Women of Influence

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As the midterm election results are digested, and we prepare for the onslaught of the 2016 elections, perhaps thinking about political economy is a more fruitful exercise than separating the two domains of our lives, the economy and politics. The idea that the economy has nothing to do with politics is untenable, even in the… Continue Reading Applying lessons in a political economy

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Murphy deserves RBA honor

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Last Saturday night, the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance took care of an oversight that actually pre-dated the organization’s existence. At its annual gala, culminating the usual array of awards, the CSRBA announced its Business Citizen of the Year for 2014. The winner was Chuck Murphy, who came to the podium with longtime friend Gov.… Continue Reading Murphy deserves RBA honor

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Catalyst Campus: path to the future

Train stations once were among the world’s epicenters of connectivity and vitality. They represented the worth of a community as well as its future economic potential. That’s an ethos the O’Neil Group Company wishes to recreate at its Catalyst Campus, a collaborative work and education environment slated to open next summer in downtown Colorado Springs.… Continue Reading Catalyst Campus: path to the future

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Military equipment finds new life locally

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Military equipment finds new life locally

According to Lt. Catherine Buckley, public information officer for the Colorado Springs Police Department, it’s the ultimate recycling program. “We’re taking stuff we can actually use,” Buckley said of the Department of Defense’s 1033 Program, which makes available free surplus or unused equipment to state and local governments, including the Colorado Springs Police Department, the… Continue Reading Military equipment finds new life locally

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Anarde moves from ICBM to global security

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Anarde moves from ICBM to global security

Russ Anarde spent 28 years in the Air Force, retiring as a brigadier general. During a varied career, he worked in operations and maintenance of intercontinental ballistic missiles. He describes himself as a STEM dropout, referring to science, technology engineering and math, because he changed majors from math to business while he was in college.… Continue Reading Anarde moves from ICBM to global security

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Academy, CTI research projects together

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Academy, CTI research projects together

Inks that change colors when the temperature changes — like that on Coors beer cans — are helping chemistry students learn at the U.S. Air Force Academy. At the same time, cadets and their professors are helping CTI Inks, the Colorado Springs-based company that provides the thermochromic inks to Coors. In August, the Academy and… Continue Reading Academy, CTI research projects together

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On the Horizon – November 7, 2014

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Nov. 8 Love a parade Veterans Day Parade, 10 a.m., Tejon Street, from St. Vrain Street to Vermijo Avenue. Formal for adults The Yot Club will enjoy a formal evening, a prom for adults, filled with live performances, door prizes and silent auction to support Colorado Springs Conservatory, Christmas Stockings for Kids and Soaring Eagles… Continue Reading On the Horizon – November 7, 2014

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Kudos! – November 7, 2014

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Kudos! – November 7, 2014

Bryan Construction wins award Bryan Construction received the ENR Mountain States Magazine award for 2014 Best Project – Manufacturing for the Bal Seal Engineering plant in Colorado Springs. A panel of eight judges from the construction industry selected the winners. Bryan also won the 2014 Bluebeam eXtreme award for industrial/energy projects for its use of… Continue Reading Kudos! – November 7, 2014

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People on the Move – November 7, 2014

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Realtor Sarah Rudolph has affiliated with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage’s Colorado Springs office. Rudolph earned an associatesdegree in accounting from the University of Colorado Colorado Springs. Robert Ochsner, M.D., has joined Kaiser Permanente’s physician team at its Briargate medical offices. He obtained his medical degree at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. He is… Continue Reading People on the Move – November 7, 2014

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