Chicago pitches Navy Pier to USOC

Crain’s Chicago Business reported yesterday that Mayor Richard Daley’s administration has proposed building a home for the United States Olympic Committee on...

Unsafe buildings under scrutiny

The El Paso County Board of Commissioners is considering an ordinance that would require the removal of unsafe buildings from unincorporated areas of...

Fewer mortgage lenders online

It was bound to happen. In light of contracting trends in the credit industry mortgage lenders are “disappearing from the ranks of the biggest Internet advertisers,” Mortgage Daily.com reported this week. At the same time, spending by some mortgage lead generators and their parent companies remained strong. Nielsen Online’s Top 10 Advertisers by Estimated Spending […]
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Yo-ho-ho and fewer bottles of rum

A bill that would lower a boat operator’s allowable blood alcohol content to 0.08 from 0.1 unanimously passed out of the Senate...

Front Range foreclosures jump 40 percent

Colorado homeowners are feeling the pinch of the collapse of the subprime market – foreclosure filings jumped 40 percent in 2007.The Colorado...

Drop in jobless claims seen as temporary

Associated Press WASHINGTON_ The number of newly laid off workers filing claims for unemployment benefits fell last week, but the larger-than-expected drop was...

Beware of health and beauty products on auction Web sites

The National Retail Federation is alerting online customers to be careful when purchasing common household items through online auction sites. The cosmetics, health and beauty products could be stolen or possibly tainted, the retail industry nonprofit said. Well-known products found in health and personal care aisles nationwide are being targeted by organized retail crime rings. […]
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Investors seek green companies

Investors view the environment as a major long-term investing opportunity, said a survey of investors released by Allianz Global Investors. Of the 1,003...

Cimarron Bridge invites public to become girder gazers

Cimarron Street Bridge is still a work in progress, and now the public is invited to gaze upon its girders tomorrow as...

Executive Systems sells to Boulder company

Executive Systems, Inc., a Colorado Springs-based executive suite, virtual office, conference center and live-answer receptionist provider since 1991 has been acquired by...

Consumer prices on the rise again

The Associated Press Consumer prices rose by a bigger-than-expected amount in January, reflecting big increases in the cost of food and health care,...

Nonprofit to specialize in oil shale education

A new nonprofit organization will advocate for the responsible development of oil shale in the United States. Headquartered in Glendale Springs, the ...