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City Councilmember facing felony charges, 15 years

Colorado Springs City Councilmember Charles Wingate has been charged with forgery and embezzlement for allegedly using a city business card to charge pizza deliveries to his home. Wingate denies wrongdoing, and said he will be exonerated when the facts come out in trial. The first-term councilmember allegedly charged several pizzas to a card belonging to… Continue Reading City Councilmember facing felony charges, 15 years

Medical laser firm sues former executives

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Management at Colorado Springs-based Spectranetics Corp. probably didn’t have a very relaxing Memorial Day – the company is mired in infighting resulting in the firing of two senior executives and is caught up in a lawsuit asserting the former employees conspired to replace the company’s chair to take control of the firm. The lawsuit filed… Continue Reading Medical laser firm sues former executives

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The United States Olympic Committee (USOC) moved forward with two trademark infringement complaints against Discount Tires on Jan. 8 and Quiksilver, Inc. on Jan. 23. Both complaints were filed in a Federal Court in Salt Lake City, Utah. The USOC alleged unauthorized usage of Olympic imagery in the Discount Tires complaint when a Discount Tire’s… Continue Reading Use of Olympic Rings without permission a major mistake

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Democrats redistricting plan approved by court

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Colorado Democrats are celebrating a Denver District Court ruling that chose their redistricting plan over one submitted by Republicans – one they hope will give them another vote in Congress. Republicans initially warned that Democrats shouldn’t get too giddy – it was possible the ruling would be appealed, perhaps overturned. That appeal appears unlikely, however,… Continue Reading Democrats redistricting plan approved by court

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Swagata Guha, a principal partner with the Colorado Springs architectural firm Design Edge PC, is seeing a lot more volume in the custom housing business. That’s consistent with what the industry is experiencing nationwide. Architecture services are once again “poised for growth” after four months of declining business, according to the American Institute of Architects’… Continue Reading Briefs: Housing industry experiences growth+

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Supercomputer manufacturers settle lawsuit

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It’s easy to take for granted all the things we surround ourselves with: cushy cars, cellular phones, fast computers. We don’t always look at the work that took place behind the scenes: long hours, daily headaches, depleted personal checking accounts, and business deals that take years to close. One man who contributed greatly to the… Continue Reading Supercomputer manufacturers settle lawsuit

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