Springs staffing industry faring better than nation’s

The bad news: Staffing industry employment was significantly lower in the first quarter of 2009 compared to last year.  The good news: Colorado Springs has been spared...

Retail sales rise 0.8 percent in November

Retail sales rose for a fifth straight month in November, as the biggest jump in department store sales in two years gave the holiday...

Mission: Space jobs for the Springs

The growth of the space industry in Colorado Springs might be the best-kept secret in town. Everyone’s familiar with the Air Force Space Command. But few people realize, for instance, that NASA’s deep-space equipment — including the Mars Rover — is monitored by ITT Systems on Powers Boulevard. Boeing Corp., meanwhile, is working on missile […]
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Walgreens sees uptick in Care and Share donations

Food donations to Care and Share this year collected through Walgreens are expected to exceed the amount collected last year.  "Last year we donated about...

BEA: Earnings in Colorado grows .9-1 percent

Nationally, state personal income grew 0.9 percent on average in the first quarter of 2015, after growing 1.1 percent in the fourth quarter of...

AG requests documents from El Paso County trustee

The Colorado Attorney General office requested documents today filed by seven law firms in four Colorado counties, including El Paso County, that have been...

Health Quarterly: How businesses can improve health care

As a veteran of the business world, I certainly understand why many business owners are apprehensive about the health care system. They have enough on their plates simply dealing with the day-to-day challenges of a slowly recovering economy, meeting payroll, making a profit and keeping the lights on. Businesses already pay a bulk of health […]
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Chefs feed firefighters

Fifteen chefs from the American Culinary Federation will prepare meals from around the globe in a fundraiser Saturday, April 12. A portion of the proceeds...

Business Alliance hires lobbyists

AS the 2013 General Assembly kicks off, Colorado Springs will have a stronger voice. The Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance has set its legislative...

Bristol Brewing opens in Ivywild

Bristol Brewing Company officially opened Tuesday in its new location, the Ivywild School at 1604 S. Cascade Ave. “We were ready to serve beer in...

State has no funds to help quake victims

Colorado officials say they have no money to help earthquake victims in southern Colorado. Department of Local Affairs spokeswoman Linda Rice says the state is...

Business optimism slips during election season

Small business owners are paying attention to the presidential campaign — and a majority of them say the issues most important to them are...