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A representative for a Colorado Springs company that makes medical lasers said recent management woes are behind it, that new products will be developed, and that new markets are being sought for its products. Spectranetics Corporation has recently been embroiled in proxy fights and fired two of its senior executives over management issues. Executives said… Continue Reading Spectranetics Corp. puts management woes behind it

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In the dark days following the terrorist attacks on New York and the Pentagon, many businesses suffered major revenue losses. Many didn’t recover, and lots that did found new niches for their services.Locally, Old Town Guesthouse in Old Colorado City was among the survivors, but not by doing business as usual.“The terrorist attacks hurt our… Continue Reading Old Colorado Springs bed & breakfast serves up video conferencing

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Imagine this: You are the CEO of a company that generates hundreds of thousands of data files each year. Your back-up systems include standard servers and secured off-site storage. But September 11 happens or a wild fire threatens your facility. Suddenly greater security is an issue, but you can’t justify the cost or rely on… Continue Reading Strategic partnerships key to network dynamics

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The United States Senate is considering legislation that would slash funding to the Joint National Integration Center (JNIC) located at Schriever Air Force Base. The legislation would cut funding for national missile defense research and have a negative local economic impact of $120 million and cost up to 850 jobs in El Paso County, a… Continue Reading Loss of funding could cripple Schriever AFB missile program

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Marshall Loeb, senior correspondent with CBS Market Watch, is considered by many to be the dean of American financial forecasting following stints as managing editor of both Fortune and Money Magazine, as well as Time magazine’s business and economy editor.In a recent trip to Colorado Springs to address the Greater Colorado Springs Economic and Development… Continue Reading CBS’ Marshall Loeb outlines 10 nat’l developing economic trends at luncheon

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When Kurt Jensen was laid off from his technology sector job supporting local Department of Defense companies, he did the same thing a lot of the other hundreds of laid-off technology workers in Colorado Springs did. He became a consultant, with his own company.The company is called Ingenuity Source, LLC. His specialty: educating companies on… Continue Reading Ingenuity Source educates companies about protecting computer data

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When Frank Davis, director of facilities at Phil Long Ford, went looking for bids on building maintenance, he interviewed local firms and chose Aspen Diversified Industries (ADI) to do the job. Pretty typical, right? But ADI is not a typical company.In truth, ADI’s chief, Ken Barela, is actually an “executive director”, and the company’s 120… Continue Reading Vocational training company builds lives and business

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Last week I received notice (as did most RCIS members) from Andy Oyler at Grubb & Ellis Quantum Commercial of “wants and needs.” Don’t you love it? Even in a slowed commercial real estate market, there are always clients looking for a diamond in the rough or a good property in a key location. It… Continue Reading Colorado Springs Real Estate Transactions – June 21, 2002

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In spite of belt-tightening in the high-tech sector, private-public partnerships are moving commercial and academic research and development to new levels. As COVA Technologies of Colorado Springs discovered, entrepreneurialism is alive and well. In the past twelve months, COVA Technologies, a five-year old developer of ferroelectric semiconductors, has not only received multiple research and commercialization… Continue Reading CO-based COVA Tech. attracts venture capital

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The security of military data and information on commercial computer networks could be safer because of a new education and research center planned by the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs and the U.S. Space Command. It is called the Network Information and Space Security Center. Projects will initially focus on technological and management issues… Continue Reading CU-Colo. Springs, U.S. Space Command to combine efforts

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