Judge rules for ACLU in El Paso Co. dispute over jail...

The El Paso County jail halted its policy of restricting inmates' outgoing mail to postcards after a federal judge granted a preliminary injunction Monday...

U.S. bleeding manufacturing jobs

The latest job figures show a continued decline in the manufacturing sector, the Department of Commerce said. During the last two months ...

Feds: Serious problems with Colo. welfare computer

Nearly seven years after it came online, a federal audit of the state's welfare computer system says it has "serious" problems. Results of the audit...

Bosses, employees not seeing eye to eye on retirement plans

Less than half of small-business employers believe retirement plans are crucial to attracting quality employees – but that’s not what the employees believe. Less than 40 percent of small-business employers responding to a study said retirement plans are crucial for attracting employees, but 60 percent of responding employees said such plans are an important factor. […]
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URS 3Q profit grows 29%

International engineering giant URS Corp. reported revenue growth for the third quarter of 29 percent or $1.27 billion. The San Francisco-based company is one of...

Work-related deaths decrease in 2009

Work-related deaths in Colorado decreased by nearly 24 percent, said the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment. The number of deaths decreased from 105...

How to … Plan an IPO

Considering taking your company public? Think carefully whether this is really something you want to do. While an initial public offering raises money for a company, it also brings in a slew of new players – investors and analysts with whom you, as the head of the company, will have to deal. Planning an IPO takes considerable time, trouble and expense, so it’s important to gauge early on in the process whether your company will be attractive to investors and therefore generate the necessary interest to raise capital. Does it fall into a category that is currently hot with investors? Do you have a track record of profitability in your corner?

Education officials visiting Colo. to see ‘Superman’

The U.S. Department of Education's director of community outreach is visiting Colorado. Alberto Retana will speak today at the Far Northeast Community Committee meeting at...

Econ. Development Corp. presents Leadership Awards

The Greater Colorado Springs Economic Development Corporation (EDC) presented its 2001 Leadership Awards to a receptive audience of business and civic leaders at a...

AspenPointe receives $50,000 grant

The Caring for Colorado Foundation has awarded low-income medical clinic AspenPointe a $50,000 grant to expand depression care for the uninsured. The program uses professional...

Manufacturing report bolsters hopes for recovery

WASHINGTON (AP) - An unexpectedly strong report on manufacturing activity Monday bolstered confidence that the nation's factories will help sustain an economic recovery. The report...

Pump prices head down after holiday

Drivers are finding lower gas pump prices now that the July 4th weekend is over and prices are likely to keep sliding. The national average...