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Tuesday, January 23, 2018
Tax professionals say helping small-business owners make the best decisions for their tax returns is harder than ever this year. That’s not because of changes to the tax code in 2017, but rather potential changes in 2018 if a new tax bill is approved by Congress and signed by...
The town of Monument, the largest of three communities in the Tri-Lakes region (Palmer Lake and Woodmoor being the other two) adopted its 66-page comprehensive plan in February. The timing was fortuitous, as the guiding document — the first since 2003 — came just in time for the biggest...
Once Thanksgiving is over, shoppers don’t have to wait until just before Christmas, Hanukkah or Kwanzaa for the shopping rush to begin. Each year, masses of families get together on Thanksgiving and then head to their favorite stores the same night to take advantage of steep discounts, even before Black...
Since women comprise nearly half the U.S. workforce, it is startling to see how few have attained CEO status or serve in board positions for major companies. The numbers are improving, but many say not fast enough. Just more than 5 percent of Fortune 500 companies are led by female...
Local manufacturers want to make Colorado Springs a manufacturing hub, and they’re collaborating on major contracts to make it happen. Instead of competing individually and settling for small contracts, a handful of Springs companies are working together on selected projects to attract larger customers that have previously been out of...
Ent Credit Union executive Rich Scholes knows firsthand how quickly new technology can make a difference, and he says the banking industry is working hard to keep up with an ever-changing world.
Carolyn Fox is proud of the newest building on the UCCS campus, and not just because she calls the Ent Center for the Arts “a piece of artwork in itself.” Fox touts the acoustics of the five performance venues, the continuous lobby that offers views of Pikes Peak, and the...
Creating a startup company is a little like leaving the path on a hike and breaking new trail through the woods, said Erik Boles, the founder and CEO of Gearmunk. Boles, who has initiated five startups in the last 20 years, said it’s not for the faint of heart. “You’re...
Startup companies are often a work in progress, a fact well known to longtime entrepreneur Jan Horsfall. So he wasn’t surprised that the company he has now, Maxletics, actually began as something different. Maxletics, which Horsfall calls “a new breed of sports marketing agency,” connects companies with Olympians and Olympic-hopefuls...
Arts advocates locally and nationally frequently point to the economic, social and community benefits that come to cities where the arts thrive. Economic analyses, such as that recently commissioned by the Cultural Office of the Pikes Peak Region (COPPeR), have quantified the impact of the arts. “We recognize that a lively arts community contributes significantly […]
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By Jeanne Davant The Westside Avenue Action Plan is going to be a dream come true for Westside businesses along the Manitou-Colorado Avenue corridor. The project envisions a smooth ribbon of pavement with two lanes of traffic, a center turn lane, bike lanes, sidewalks, buried utilities, new lighting and landscaping...
Call it natural progression. When a city grows in one direction and newer housing takes root, businesses soon follow. Older neighborhoods often see the departure of businesses that seek greener pastures and higher-income residential areas. It’s a city’s version of Charles Darwin’s evolutionary theory often referred to as survival of...