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Dia de los Muertos, the Day of the Dead, is a celebration this time of year recognizing those who are no longer with us. In Colorado Springs, departed people are not the only ones celebrated on this holiday. On Nov. 1, Epicentral Coworking and Peak Startup hosted the third annual...
Small-business owners often want assistance from outside sources, and while that may come in the form of education on the many aspects of operating a successful business, the foremost need is generally financial. Community banks, big banks and credit unions are the obvious places to seek additional capital for a...
For some professionals, it’s easier to have a meeting with co-workers from the comfort of their homes.
It was 8 a.m. Aug. 31, the Thursday before Labor Day weekend, when Springs-based manufacturer Qualtek Manufacturing learned it had been hit with ransomware.
A new cybersecurity program — a partnership between SecureSet and Fort Carson — is offering active duty soldiers a fast track to cybersecurity careers in the civilian world. The pilot Cybersecurity Career Program aims to bridge the gap between military experience and civilian cybersecurity requirements, and smooth the transition to...
A fast-growing business without much credit history can still access cash and spur further growth by selling its invoices to a factoring company. It’s not a new process, but it is new territory for Herring Bank, which is starting an Invoice Purchasing Program. Herring Bank Market President Aileen Berrios, who...
China isn’t the only country on the hunt for American intellectual property, but it’s the largest and most efficient — and inventors and tech startups in particular need to take precautions. Colorado Springs’ concentration of military bases and educational institutions makes it an appealing target for foreign actors looking to...
Pay raises, replacing the city fleet and parks maintenance were the big winners when Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers presented his 2018 balanced budget to City Council Oct. 3. The $288.9 million budget is $16.3 million — or 6 percent — higher than the 2017 version. The 640-page proposal likely...
(Editor’s note: This is the second in a two-part series exploring banks and cryptocurrency.) Cryptocurrencies promise to disrupt and transform the financial system — a promise that grows as central banks around the world experiment with the idea of issuing their own cryptocurrencies. The Bank of England, the Bank of Canada,...
The past two weeks have seen a flurry of talk and head-scratching over what’s next for cryptocurrencies. The Bank of International Settlements — known as “the central bank for central banks” — has told central banks they’ll have to reckon with cryptocurrencies, and perhaps issue their own; Goldman Sachs is...
Debbie Balch wanted to expand her home-based marketing research and consulting business but finding the proper office building was a concern. That’s when a discussion with her accountant made the decision an easy one. Turns out the building Balch and her husband, Jeff, were looking at was part of the...
When President Donald Trump unveiled the broad framework for his proposed changes to the federal tax code, it raised more questions than it answered. Of course, it was simply the first step in what could be a lengthy congressional debate about the tax code. And Trump’s nine-page proposal — including...