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Frequent-flyer program members are significantly more likely (72 percent) than non-members (60 percent) or “elite” frequent-flyer memberships (59 percent) to book flights online, according to a recent Colorado Springs Airport marketing study. Most flyers book their own flights, with only 27 percent saying they use a corporate travel planner. Business travelers typically book flights with… Continue Reading Frequent flyers more likely to book online

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To look at this hip 31 year old bakery owner and entrepreneur, one might never guess that Stephen Boonzaaijer (pronounced Bone-zy-yer) comes from five generations of European-trained Dutch baking craftsmen. His Boonzaaijer’s Dutch Bakery location on Centennial Boulevard opened for business three years ago, and today employs three full-time bakers and four part-time personnel. “We… Continue Reading Baker has recipe for business — quality ingredients and planning

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“Here, Aibo, here Aibo. Good dog! Where’s your ball?” Put in the name of your choice, and it’s a greeting pet owners world-wide probably issue on a regular basis. But Aibo is different. You don’t have to walk him, he needs no shots, and subsists on a diet of, well, direct current. Aibo is the… Continue Reading Sony keeps tight reign on software for virtual dog

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Merchants and entrepreneurs now have another option to check guarantee services that doesn’t cost the vendor a dime. Called NSF eCollect, it is a new electronic check recovery service with an 80 percent success rate. “Colorado Springs is a transient city,” said Daniel Rogers, Director of Strategic Alliances for Merchant Services Plus Inc. “It has… Continue Reading New electronic check recovery service offered to banks in CO Springs

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John Street will be the first to tell you that he’s learned about his industry through trial and error. But it’s that perseverance that has put this businessman in the top echelon in his field. As chairman of the board and founder of USA.NET, Street shared his experiences in a seminar presented during the Rocky… Continue Reading Founder of USA.NET shares his secrets for success at Colo. Springs seminar

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The repercussions of last week’s tragedy in New York City and Washington, D.C. are likely to be felt for a long time. People perished, families were shattered, buildings were forever destroyed and a breach in security on American soil was evident. Some businesses will have a difficult time rebuilding while others were lost in the… Continue Reading Technology systems increase efficiency and security of business and government

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Athletes and employers now have a Web site where they can hook up with each other. Tagged “Athleticlink.com,” it encompasses six service areas: employers, job seekers, camps, open competition dates, consultants and speakers, and clinics and seminars. An extension of Beyond Boundaries Inc. — a Colorado Springs-based interactive information service — the Web site was… Continue Reading Athletes and employers link up on Colorado Springs-based interactive service

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Database-management company NeoCore LLC was granted two patents last December by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The Colorado Springs-based company’s patent for its method of performing a sliding-window search allows digital-pattern processing (DPP) to search for multiple and varying signatures – such as a word in a text file – at split-second speed. This… Continue Reading Briefs: Database-mgmt. co. granted two patents+

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