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Anschutz: Business icon making his mark on Colorado Springs

Anschutz: Business icon making his mark on Colorado Springs

Why write about Philip Anschutz? His ownership of The Broadmoor, The Gazette and other rumored or potential business ventures in the Pikes Peak region makes him a natural subject ­— but that’s not even the tip of the iceberg. Anschutz is to business what Babe Ruth is to baseball, John Elway to football, Michael Jordan… Continue Reading Anschutz: Business icon making his mark on Colorado Springs

Anschutz speaks through corporate, nonprofit, global messages

You probably never have spoken to Colorado billionaire Philip Anschutz — but chances are, he’s spoken to you. His Foundation for a Better Life sends inspirational messages that reach more than a billion people every year — billboards, television commercials and digital messages at stadiums, arenas and convention centers. His movies send a similar message.… Continue Reading Anschutz speaks through corporate, nonprofit, global messages

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Anschutz’s biggest creation taking shape in Wyoming

You can’t accuse Phil Anschutz of thinking small. Sometime next year, construction will start on two renewable energy megaprojects, with a total estimated cost of $9 billion. Anschutz-owned companies have been planning the projects since 2006. Estimated completion date: 2019. That’s typical of Anschutz deals. As a man with long experience in the oil and… Continue Reading Anschutz’s biggest creation taking shape in Wyoming

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Anschutz museum reflects his moxie

If you want to understand what makes Philip Anschutz tick, you might want to take a look at his eponymous art collection, housed at the American Museum of Western Art in Denver. Open to the public since May 2012, the museum houses more than 300 iconic paintings of the American West, most executed between 1820… Continue Reading Anschutz museum reflects his moxie

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This story begins on a wintry night in March 1987. Well more than a hundred people gathered at the home of William Thayer Tutt, who had ruled over The Broadmoor and its presence in the sports world for most of his adult life. Tutt, using Broadmoor and El Pomar Foundation resources, had done more personally… Continue Reading Anschutz could earn his place among city’s legends

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