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Study: Millennials spend more in stores, not online

Study: Millennials spend more in stores, not online

While Internet stores seem to be getting all the attention, shoppers spend their money in brick-and-mortar stores – and that includes the Internet generation, according to a survey from the NPD Group. The new report, “Winning the Fight for Millennial Shoppers,” 81 percent of Millennials’ retail spending is in stores, and only 19 percent shop… Continue Reading Study: Millennials spend more in stores, not online

Fountain has launched a new system to help residents request city services. Called MyFountain, the program is designed to help facilitate communications between city government and residents by automatically routing requests to the right departments, tracking all activity and providing performance reports to managers. Fountain residents can request services online at the city’s website. Staff… Continue Reading Fountain launches online system for resident requests

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Small businesses will soon have a new weapon in their arsenal – a free, online training curriculum for new and aspiring business owners. Sponsored by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and the U.S. Small Business Administration, the program is known as “Money Smart for Small Business.” The training curriculum provides an introduction to day-to-day business… Continue Reading SBA, FDIC team up for new small biz training course

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Colorado to audit online K-12 schools

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The Legislative Audit Committee’s going online. The committee approved a request yesterday by Seante President Brandon Shaffer of Longmont to perform an emergency audit of online public schools operating in Colorado. Shaffer requested the audit after reviewing state reports that raise concerns about the efficacy of some of the online program. “When I was in… Continue Reading Colorado to audit online K-12 schools

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DOL offering virtual job fair

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The Pueblo Workforce Center is inviting job seekers to a fair today and tomorrow – but there’s no need to drive to Pueblo. The job fair will stay open nonstop for two days and nights, and is the first of its kind offered by the Department of Labor and Employment. At this online event, job… Continue Reading DOL offering virtual job fair

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So this week I posted a YouTube video of Nappy Roots on my facebook profile and got immediate rave reviews from my college age nephew. And I started to wonder if he thinks I’m actually cool. Here’s the thing: I’m really a fraud at being cool. I use the Internet as a “cool engine” that… Continue Reading As coolness expands, content companies tremble

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The Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies is offering a series of online public information sessions about legislation that goes into effect Jan. 1. The laws will change licensing and registration requirements, responsibilities and deadlines in a number of professions – addiction counselors, advance practice nurses, certified public accountants, electricians, licensed professional counselors, marriage and family therapist,s doctors,… Continue Reading DORA hosting information sessions about licensing changes

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Amazon is cutting off affiliates that help it sell products in Colorado because of a new tax on online sales. Affiliates earn money by using their Web sites to link customers to online sellers like Amazon. Amazon told affiliates in an e-mail on Monday it would no longer pay them advertising fees because of the… Continue Reading Amazon cuts off Colo. affiliates because of tax

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ARRA grant applications online

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Business owners interested in applying for six grants offered through the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act should take a look at the Governor’s Energy Office Web site for information and an application. Grant topics include: – Energy Efficiency and Training – Innovation Funding for Energy Efficiency – LEED for Existing Buildings Certification – Energy Efficiency… Continue Reading ARRA grant applications online

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Web retailers generally don’t have to charge sales taxes in states where they lack a store or some other physical presence, but a number of states aching under the weight of the recession are seeking a way around that rule. Because companies like Amazon.com Inc. get help drumming up sales from online affiliates – people… Continue Reading States crafting ways to gain tax revenue from Web sales

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