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It’s official. The 1.2 million-square-foot Intel building has sold to Industrial Realty Group of Los Angeles. The transaction closed yesterday, Intel spokesman Bill MacKenzie said. “The sale is bittersweet,” he said, ”because while it is good that we found a new owner for the site, the sale reminds me of the terrific relationship Intel had with… Continue Reading Intel sells to California investor

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Millions in govt. contracts awarded

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While many Colorado Springs small business owners are hailing the opening of the Procurement Technical Assistance Center for the help they’ll receive getting government contracts, some firms are already in the contracting loop. Here’s a roundup of which companies have scored contracts recently: Colorado Springs-based Colorado Engineering Inc. has won a federal contract valued at… Continue Reading Millions in govt. contracts awarded

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Alliance Financial Partners has relocated its headquarters to Colorado Springs. The company specializes in commercial and residential lending through brokered mortgage loans as well as direct lending. Located at 130 East Kiowa, the company plans to hire 15 employees this year and 37 during the next four years. Employees will include loan origination executives, client… Continue Reading Alliance Financial moves to Springs, expects to add 52 jobs

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Sherer defies the odds, survives two recessions

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Sandra Sherer is an artist by trade — but she’s not afraid to roll up her sleeves and shovel hot asphalt or do whatever else it takes to keep a business successful. In between painting pastel murals, she’s helped husband Paul Sherer, since their marriage during 1991, with several businesses, including the largest privatized vehicle… Continue Reading Sherer defies the odds, survives two recessions

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DoD to hold public health symposium

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U.S. Northern Command is looking for a few good policy makers, health care providers and academics. The Department of Defense is seeking white papers to assist the military in creating a response to a national public health emergency. The military wants to know how to best use the broad capabilities of the combined services –… Continue Reading DoD to hold public health symposium

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Web site confirms COPs issued

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Although the city has yet to confirm reports that its Public Facilities Authority sold certificates of participation to finance the USOC deal yesterday, it’s apparently a done deal. The Web site of investment bankers Stifel, Nicolaus and Co. confirms that the firm underwrote COPs issued by the PFA with a face value of $31.47 million on… Continue Reading Web site confirms COPs issued

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Gov. Bill Ritter will make a stop in Colorado Springs tomorrow to visit small businesses that have benefited from the Colorado Enterprise Fund. He’ll be at Boulder Street Gallery, 206 N. Tejon St. at 10:45 a.m. Gallery owners Jennie and Terry Henderson received a $20,000 loan from the program, which they used to renovate the building when they moved there… Continue Reading Gov. Ritter making Springs small business visit tomorrow

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Contracts go to large, small local cos.

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A list of local contract awards this week includes projects as large as $35.8 million and as small as $20,485. Senger Design Group has won a $25,000 contract from the U.S. Air Force’s Air Mobility Command based at McConnell Air Force Base, Kan., for interior designer services. Wolverine Services LLC won a $1.3 million federal… Continue Reading Contracts go to large, small local cos.

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CONO forum about region’s fiscal issues Oct. 13

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The Council of Neighbors and Organizations’ Third Community Economic and Fiscal Forum is scheduled from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Oct. 13, at the West Intergenerational Center, 1628 West Bijou St. The forum will include community discussion of the implications of the current county and city economic and fiscal situation. Small and large group discussions will be… Continue Reading CONO forum about region’s fiscal issues Oct. 13

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Wal-Mart renovating 13 Colorado stores

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A plan to renovate 13 Wal-Mart stores in Colorado will mean 765 temporary jobs. The store at 1575 Space Center Drive in Colorado Springs was renovated earlier this year, creating 60 jobs. The improvements include a new layout, wider aisles, low-profile shelving, new paint, lighting and signs. Wal-Mart has finished renovations in 10 stores already,… Continue Reading Wal-Mart renovating 13 Colorado stores

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