BBB’s CEO Odell to retire in 2013

Carol Odell, CEO and executive director of the Better Business Bureau of Southern Colorado, will retire in May 2013. Odell began her career with the BBB in 1992, serving as the director of member services. She was named to her current position in 1999. Odell is credited with building a stronger financial organization; under her […]
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How to increase interest in elections?

The League of Women Voters of the Pikes Peak Region is exploring the question of how to increase citizen engagement and representation. They will discuss...

Postcards give small-businesses a tax-break heads up

The Internal Revenue Service is mailing postcards to four million small businesses and tax-exempt organizations to remind them about the recently enacted small-business health care...

Henderson helps Griffis company with multi-family supervision

Fallon Henderson has spent the past seven years bouncing back and forth between Colorado Springs and Denver, working in the multi-family housing industry. Starting...

Field of Dreams, Victory Ridge moving forward

Craig Ochs envisions thousands of families from the Pikes Peak region and surrounding states coming to the Field of Dreams youth sports complex for...

Restructuring at Hayes Motor

One of the city’s oldest auto dealerships has sold off its inventory as part of a restructuring and plans to start selling cars again soon after making a few cosmetic upgrades to its location.

Springs gets lowest marks statewide for economic growth

Colorado Springs trails the rest of the state's metropolitan areas in creating and sustaining jobs and economic growth.

Revenue North summit free for Business Journal readers

Business Journal readers are invited to attend the Revenue North Business Growth Summit free of charge. The summit is designed to help businesses  increase revenue growth...

Assessor expects 7% drop in commercial valuations

Early next month, property owners in El Paso County will receive reappraisal notices from the assessor’s office, and the damage done to property values in the region from July 1, 2008 to June 30, 2010 will be starkly apparent. Just seeing those dates on paper is enough to make most property owners cringe, and it’s […]
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Securities division issues cease-and-desist order

An Indiana company has been ordered to stop selling securities in Colorado for gas wells in Texas, Louisiana and Michigan. Earth Energy Developments from Jeffersonville,...

Mr. Spock, The Space Foundation and The Broadmoor – a logical...

Attention,  Trekkies: Leonard Nimoy has accepted an invitation to headline the Space Foundation-sponsored 2010 Space Technology Hall of Fame dinner set for April 15...

Pikes Peak Hill Climb celebrates century mark

The 100th anniversary (and 94th running) of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb will kick off with Fan Fest this weekend, culminating in the...