Capital summit will showcase 40 companies

Looking for investment capital for your business? Forty companies will be selected to present at the Angel Capital Summit on Nov. 17 at the Colorado...

St. Francis 
awarded an A in hospital safety

Designed to rate how well hospitals protect patients from accidents, errors, injuries and infections, the latest Hospital Safety Score honored St. Francis Medical Center...

Delta Solutions among 50 fastest-growing women’s businesses

Colorado Springs-based Delta Solutions & Strategies earned a spot on The Women Presidents’ Organization list of the 50 fastest growing women-owned or women-led businesses in the nation.

Bach encourages support of RTA projects at annual address

Mayor Steve Bach urged a crowd of 700 to get behind the Regional Tourism Act projects, to think big and to ignore critics of the city’s actions. “This is our time,” he told the crowd of business leaders Thursday at the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance’s State of the City luncheon at The Broadmoor. “And […]
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Christmas list notes dangerous toys

The Colorado Public Interest Research Group has created a mobile-phone Web site that offers information about hazardous toys. The site, www.toysafety.mobi is available on Internet-enabled cell...

Crocs a shoe-in for revival?

Crocs has high hopes for a comeback. Three inches high, in fact.

Spectranetics ‘optimistic’ after legal troubles, financial losses

After years of legal wrangling, indictments and raids by the federal government, Spectranetics is finally hoping to reorganize, regroup and regain market share. The restructuring comes as its CEO, president and chairman of the board, Emile Geisenheimer, retires, and as Spectranetics stock this week reached a 52-week low of $4.73 a share. Spectranetics stock has […]
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Janska founder issues American-made challenge

For every $1 spent on items made in the United States, $1.35 is invested in the nation’s economy, according to the U.S. Bureau of...

Colorado company joins Cheyenne Mountain Zoo to save orangutans

A Colorado-based peanut butter company has teamed with Cheyenne Mountain Zoo to save the orangutans. Justin’s Nut Butter, based in Boulder, will feature Cheyenne Mountain Zoo’s “Orangutan Friendly” logo on its products, which are sold in Safeway, King Soopers, Vitamin Cottage and Whole Foods stores in Colorado Springs. The logo aims to draw awareness to […]
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State economy predicted to continue growth

Despite a dip in new business filings in the fourth quarter, employment in Colorado is expected to continue to grow, according to the latest...

What If?! festival of innovation gets creativity moving

What if you were walking down Cascade Avenue and you met a guy who made the most far-out bicycles you’ve ever seen? What if you got to talking to an engineer about the principles of flight and it inspired you to make your own invention? It could happen at this Saturday’s “What If?!” festival in […]
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State takes strides in reducing unemployment overpayments

The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment is working to address improper unemployment benefit payments. A federal review of the state’s programs found massive overpayments, and the feds stepped in to help state officials correct the problem. So far, it’s working. Colorado reduced overpayments by $1.1 million, said Ellen Golombek, executive director of the state’s […]
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