Can’t an employee get a little appreciation around here?

Most Americans who leave their jobs do so because they just don’t feel appreciated. That’s what the U.S. Department of Labor says. Survey takers there said...

Fort Carson hosts 6th Annual Community Sustainability Conference

Fort Carson will host the 6th Annual Community Sustainability Conference and Expo from noon to 9 p.m. Oct. 30 and from 7:30 a.m. to...

Economic census forms on the way

About 9,700 Colorado Springs-area businesses will receive 2007 Economic Census forms in December. Federal law requires all businesses that receive the forms to respond. The forms...

COPPeR hires first executive director

COPPeR, the nonprofit Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region, has hired Bettina Swigger as its first executive director. She starts the job Jan. 3. Swigger...

A burger, fries and an ice-cold coffee?

The world’s biggest drinks maker, Coca-Cola, and Italian coffee roaster illycaffe have teamed up create ready-to-drink coffee products. The companies plan to seal the deal by the end of the year. The RTD global coffee market is valued at just under $10 billion and has grown an estimated 10 percent during the past five years. […]
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Downtown shuttle service on the chopping block

The free downtown shuttle service could come to an end early next year. The city’s public transportation arm, Mountain Metropolitan Transit, had planned to pay...

FEMA team from Denver heading to California

Personnel and equipment is on its way to California from Denver to assist with wildfire response and recovery efforts in California. The team, members of...

Webster University gets $10 million gift

St. Louis-based nonprofit Webster University, which has two campuses in Colorado Springs, has received a $10 million donation from former U.S. Ambassador George H....

Premier party for Springs’ Trading Spaces episode

A premier party for a Trading Spaces television episode filmed in Colorado Springs this summer is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. tomorrow at Will's Sports...

Colorado small businesses create 25,400 jobs in 2004

Small business continued to create Colorado’s new jobs during 2004. The updated Colorado Small Business Profile, released today by the Office of Advocacy of the...

FHA-approved lenders offer subprime antidote

Countrywide Financial Corp. announced its intention this week to help 82,000 subprime borrowers facing higher payments to stay in their homes. But, the company is not the only financial institution promoting FHA fixed-rate refinanced or restructured loans to borrowers overwhelmed by high-risk escalating adjustable rate mortgages. The HUD-sponsored program, launched Sept. 5 with the support […]
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USA Basketball looking to move from Springs

USA Basketball is looking to move its headquarters and training facilities out of Colorado Springs after the 2008 Summer Games. USA Basketball, the national governing...