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CSBJ shares in sponsoring Lamborn-Rayburn debate

CSBJ shares in sponsoring Lamborn-Rayburn debate

In an unprecedented media alliance, the Colorado Springs Business Journal, The Gazette and the Colorado Springs Independent are combining to host the first in a series of political debates during this election year, with incumbent U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn debating Republican challenger Ret. Gen. Bentley Rayburn at 6 p.m. Monday, June 16 at Centennial Hall,… Continue Reading CSBJ shares in sponsoring Lamborn-Rayburn debate

The two young professionals came from different backgrounds, Scott growing up here and graduating from Colorado College, and William coming from a small town in the South and finishing his degree at a young, growing urban university not unlike UCCS. They met in 1977, hired by the same employer to tackle a daunting challenge. Their… Continue Reading Routon: Rising Stars today have reason to stay

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Headlines aside, people stood out in 2013

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You’re probably growing weary of reading how much the City for Champions projects mean to Colorado Springs’ future, and how the initial funding approval provided by far the best feel-good story of 2013. Most likely, you also aren’t interested in reading more about the past year’s fires, floods and government controversy. Good, because we feel… Continue Reading Headlines aside, people stood out in 2013

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Signs go up, signs come down. Companies sell or move, and people move on. Such is life throughout the business world. But it’s different when we’re talking about a daily newspaper. It’s hard to explain, but newspapers have dual roles. They need to make a profit, obviously. But to endure, they also must have a… Continue Reading Gazette says goodbye to building, not past

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Let’s single out the top power brokers

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Let’s single out the top power brokers

Who are the city’s 10 principal power brokers near the end of 2013? Let’s begin by elimination. Position counts, but not as much as you might think. It doesn’t much matter who runs the local office of Wells Fargo or any other national company. Such folks rotate in and out, rarely leaving a lasting legacy.… Continue Reading Let’s single out the top power brokers

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Gazette likely to move downtown

It appears that The Gazette, the Colorado Springs area’s only daily newspaper, plans to move its operation downtown, into the first floor of the former Chase Bank building at 6 S. Tejon St., later this year. Continue Reading Gazette likely to move downtown

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Editorial: Gazette adds to Anschutz’s impact

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We at the Business Journal felt no surprise late last week after the official announcement of billionaire Philip Anschutz buying Colorado Springs’ daily newspaper. For months we had been hearing Anschutz had his eye on The Gazette, after spending more and more time here as owner of The Broadmoor hotel and resort. Two weeks ago,… Continue Reading Editorial: Gazette adds to Anschutz’s impact

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What do you think the Anschutz purchase of The Gazette will mean for the paper and Colorado Springs? Leave a comment below.

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Anschutz Corp. buys The Gazette

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Anschutz named Ryan McKibben, CEO of Clarity Media Group , as chairman of The Gazette. Continue Reading Anschutz Corp. buys The Gazette

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Gazette names new publisher

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The Gazette has reported  Dan Steever will be its new president and publisher. The news comes after Gazettte parent company, Freedom Communications, was purchased in July by 2100 Trust LLC, an investment group. That purchase included The Gazette, The Orange County Register and five smaller daily papers in California and Arizona. For the last three… Continue Reading Gazette names new publisher

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