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Cab company defied big competitor to advance company Springs Cab has proven that the Colorado Springs is big enough for two cab companies, despite earlier protests from its competitor that this should remain a one-cab-company town. Springs Cab just added seven cabs to its fleet and plans to be up to 25 by mid-May. That… Continue Reading Fare market: Cab company defied big competitor to advance company

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It didn’t take market analysis to convince Chris Copeland there was demand for another music venue in Colorado Springs. The silence told him everything he needed to know. So, Copeland bought the 12,500-square-foot former Pirates Liquor Outlet building at 3506 N. Academy Blvd. and will open a 500-person music venue, called Rawkus, in June. He… Continue Reading Music venue planned in former Pirate’s Liquor building

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by Pete Leibman So what are you gonna do after college? That’s the question that’s irritated you for the better part of eight months. Everybody’s been asking you and if you knew, you’d tell them. The thought of taking a job just to have a job makes you feel awful. You can’t imagine getting up… Continue Reading Book Review: “I Got My Dream Job and So Can You”

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Some small business owners are urging the U.S. Supreme Court to strike down Arizona’s SB 1070, known as the “show me your papers” immigration law, which made its way to the Court this week for oral arguments. Continue Reading Main Street Alliance urges Court to strike AZ immigration law

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Small businesses will soon have a new weapon in their arsenal – a free, online training curriculum for new and aspiring business owners. Sponsored by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and the U.S. Small Business Administration, the program is known as “Money Smart for Small Business.” The training curriculum provides an introduction to day-to-day business… Continue Reading SBA, FDIC team up for new small biz training course

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Colorado credit unions are hoping that the U.S. Senate will vote this week on a proposal to lift caps on small business loans, which would free up as much as $260 million. Continue Reading Credit unions hoping for Senate vote on small business lending

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Something is happening in Colorado with women-owned firms. They are opening at one-and-half times the rate as men-owned firms. Continue Reading Women conquering business challenges, facing new ones

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Millibo Art Theater is in an odd place for a theater — next door to Mike’s Garage and across the street from an auto parts dealer on Pecan Street on the west side of Colorado Springs And it’s a difficult business to be involved with. It’s riskier than operating a restaurant. Despite those challenges, the… Continue Reading Millibo Art Theater enjoying performance-based success

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Carol owned a thriving company. Her best friend was a bookkeeper and needed a job, so Carol hired her. The arrangement seemingly worked well for 15 years. The two friends remained as close as ever, with their families sharing children’s events and major holidays. Carol trusted her friend completely and gave her unrestricted access to… Continue Reading Take these steps to protect yourself from employee theft

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Our marketplace is volatile and constantly changing. The speed and complexity of changes that affect our businesses is only increasing. To lead our organizations in this environment requires a leadership culture that rests on solid ground, fully engages the workforce and their creativity, and can adapt and adjust to the many twists and turns of… Continue Reading Collaborative governance: The key to leadership trust

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