Bennet meets with local entrepreneurs

Colorado Sen. Michael Bennet met with local leaders of women-owned small businesses Aug. 17 at Catalyst Campus to discover ways he can best support the Colorado Springs business ecosystem and empower female entrepreneurs. During the roundtable discussion, organized by Bennet’s office, about 10 female leaders throughout the community shared their thoughts on policies, challenges and rewards of owning a […]
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Blog: CSU will have no choice but to shut down Drake

By John Hazlehurst and Amy Gillentine -  What’s going on with Drake, Neumann Systems Group, Colorado Springs Utilities and the Sierra Club? Is it possible...

Suicide Prevention Commission’s first meeting Friday

A new commission in Colorado will work to reduce the state’s high suicide rate, according to a news release. The Colorado Legislature created the Suicide...

Volunteers sought for airport, transportation advisory boards

The City of Colorado Springs seeks volunteers for the Airport Advisory Board and Citizens Transportation Advisory Board. The airport board serves in an advisory capacity...

Congratulations to the 2013 Rising Stars

Some of them come from the nonprofit sector. Others work in businesses large and small, from banks and credit unions to government. All of them...

Aerospace incubator seeks new start-ups

The Center for Space Entrepreneurship is seeking new incubator candidates for its eSpace Incubator program. The center is a nonprofit business incubator and work-force development...

Silver Key expands services

Silver Key in Colorado Springs is expanding the number of clients it serves in Colorado Springs. Through the Federal Commodity Supplemental Food Program, Silver Key can distribute 200 more food boxes to local seniors. Anyone 60 or over who meets financial guidelines and lives in Colorado Springs or Manitou Springs can quality to receive a […]
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Lottery defies downturn

Despite the poor economy, the Colorado Lottery managed to post its second best sales performance during fiscal year 2009. Sales totaled $493.4 million for the year ended June...

Tech manufacturing orders up 5.3% over 2011

Year-to-date U.S. manufacturing technology orders are up 5.3 percent over 2011. The Association For Manufacturing Technology says October orders totaled $459.16 million, a total that's down...

Stock futures rise modestly, point to higher open

Market turbulence continued to ease today after more than a week of wild swings tied to fears about growing European debt problems. Stock futures...

New FDIC rules require banks to share some risk

Banks will have to share in the risk when they sell investments of the kind that rocked the financial system in 2008 under rules...

High-end housing enters downward price trend

So far the Pikes Peak region's residential real estate prices are holding their own, but high-end neighborhoods have begun to reflect a broader downward...