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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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Ready or not, businesses will see their facebook pages switch over to the new timeline format today. While reactions to the change are likely to be mixed, local social media strategist Glenn J. Miller says the timeline format offers beneficial tools for businesses. “We’ve seen this before,” he said. “Every four months or six months,… Continue Reading Business Facebook pages switch to timeline today, but it’s all good, consultant says

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Business tax break heads to CO governor

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A potential tax break on business equipment is headed to the desk of Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper. The Senate voted 34-0 Wednesday to give final approval to the measure that allows municipalities to control how much of the taxes they want to exempt. The legislation would give municipalities the choice to exempt all taxes on… Continue Reading Business tax break heads to CO governor

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Stellar Restaurant Solutions announced today that it will keep its corporate headquarters in Colorado Springs and could grow its call center business locally to 500 employees, double what it has today. Steve Bigari, Stellar CEO, said he was looking at moving his growing business out of Colorado Springs, where it was born in 2002, to… Continue Reading Stellar Restaurant Solutions opts to grow in Springs

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Two dozen pot shops have to move or close

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It’s moving day for some two dozen marijuana dispensaries warned to move or close by the top federal lawyer in Colorado. U.S. Attorney John Walsh gave 23 marijuana dispensaries near schools a Monday deadline to shut down, move or face federal penalties. Colorado’s Medical Marijuana Industry Groups says the affected dispensaries have complied. MMIG Executive… Continue Reading Two dozen pot shops have to move or close

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Bid preference for hiring local workers weighed

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A proposal to give bidding preferences to companies that employ mostly Colorado workers for state projects is getting its first hearing. The bill is one that Senate Democrats have heralded as one of the main features of their job-creation plan this legislative. But the idea is not welcomed by Republicans and some business groups. Senate… Continue Reading Bid preference for hiring local workers weighed

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Colorado takes pride in its Western entrepreneurial spirit — and that extends to the belief of some lawmakers that business owners should be able to use deadly force against anyone who tries to take what’s theirs. It’s an idea that conjures Clint Eastwood’s Dirty Harry, and its supporters have taken liberties with the hardboiled character’s… Continue Reading Make My Day law for business advances in Colorado

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World stocks fall ahead of EU summit

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World markets fell Monday on concerns that Greece’s financial problems will not be solved by a tentative deal to cancel part of its debt, while European leaders met to find ways to revive the region’s ailing economy. The leaders meeting in Brussels will likely focus on how to stimulate economic growth and create jobs at… Continue Reading World stocks fall ahead of EU summit

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Source Business Systems, a local business management software and consulting company, is merging its customer list with Boston-based BrainSell Technology. The customer list merger will give the company a strategic relationship, said Jim Brummett, president of Source Business Systems. “It gives us an opportunity to not only provide our clients with an even broader level… Continue Reading Springs business creates ties with Boston technology company

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Romney defends business record

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Mitt Romney says he likes being able to “fire people” who don’t provide adequate business services. The Republican presidential candidate also is defending his business background as rivals step up their attacks. Romney told a Nashua Chamber of Commerce breakfast on Monday that he wants to allow people to shop for their own health insurance… Continue Reading Romney defends business record

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