Local organizations host forum, seek angel investors

High Altitude Investors and the Colorado Springs Technology Incubator say it’s a good time to reintroduce angel investing to the community. There has been a lot of activity locally around entrepreneurs and startups, said Ric Denton, president and CEO of the incubator, which hosts local startups and provides them with technical and business experts and […]
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Clark testifies in D.C. before Senate committee

El Paso County Commissioner Sallie Clark testified before the U.S. Senate Agriculture Subcommittee on Conservation, Forestry and Natural Resources in D.C. on Tuesday. Clark discussed the severe impacts of the Waldo Canyon Fire and post-fire flooding on the Westside of Colorado Springs, Manitou Springs and Ute Pass, explaining how tight budgets and short-sighted management decisions […]
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More than 100 bad bridges awaiting fix

Colorado drivers are wondering why more than 100 bridges that are among the worst in the state are still waiting for repairs. The bridges are among 121 that need repairs. So far, only six have been completed. The projects are funded by higher vehicle registration fees, fines for registration and bonds. Transportation officials say some […]
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NCC to host open house at new facility tonight

National Cybersecurity Center
The National Cybersecurity Center has made the long-awaited move to its new location at 3650 N. Nevada Ave., and will have an open house...

List of Lists: Insurance Brokers

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Top 5 insurance brokers in Colorado Springs, from CSBJ’s Book of Lists, ranked by value of premiums written in El Paso County. Figures are self-reported, and...

Stewart leaving incubator CEO job, will become chairman

Duncan Stewart will step down as CEO of the Colorado Springs Technology Incubator next year to become chairman of its board of directors. Stewart will...

CDOT adopts new 25-year transit plan

The Colorado Department of Transportation adopted a Statewide Transportation Plan Thursday to guide its investment in the future of multi-modal public transit over the...

Americans can experiment with ways to reduce federal debt

Want a shot at doing what politicians in Washington can’t seem to do: balance the federal budget and erase the debt? The Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget is given ordinary Americans the chance to stabilize the debt through a budget simulator that teaches the public about changes that must be made to control the […]
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Macy’s 1Q earnings soar

Macy's Inc.'s first-quarter earnings soared because of rising revenue, tight expense controls and its efforts to tailor merchandise by region. The department store chain also...

Baggage, security top list of air travelers’ frustration

Air travel is getting more frustrating, according to a new survey by the U.S. Travel Association. Two out of five air passengers wish for some other form of transportation this holiday season. In fact, travelers want two gifts: an expansion of the trusted traveler program to allow more people into a faster screening process and […]
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Colorado sees job gains for 33 straight months

A news release from the Colorado Office of Government, Policy and Public Relations reported nonfarm payroll jobs increased 5,500 over the month from June to July to 2.4 million jobs. The data is a result of business establishments surveys. Private sector payroll jobs increased 6,000 and government jobs decreased by 500, making July the 33rd consecutive […]
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Stimulus tax-break deadlines loom

The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 provides numerous tax breaks and incentives. But, many have expiration dates. To deduct state and local taxes on...