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See someone skiing on Tejon Street? It might be a Mountain Chalet employee on the way to work. Like most employers, the store’s owners want employees to get to work when it snows, if they can. But most also put safety first. Your employees should know what’s expected of them when it snows, human resources […]
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  PlanCOS has won official approval, but the hard work of implementing it has just begun. As the plan goes into effect, the city will continue to seek input from business owners, employees and residents. Led by a blue-ribbon steering committee, thousands of residents, business owners and employees and representatives of the city’s nonprofits helped […]
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Jenny and Tyler Sherman first met at the Mining Exchange in the 2000s — Tyler was the general manager tasked by owner Perry Sanders with opening the hotel. Jenny was the general manager of the hotel’s restaurant, Springs Orleans. The couple has since moved on from working for others in the hospitality industry, opening not […]
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By Pam Zubeck The dreaded “R” word appears only once in the city’s 2019 budget, but fear of a recession might be driving the city’s revenue forecast, which is less optimistic than the previous year’s prediction. The 2018 city budget’s outlook predicted sales and use tax revenue would exceed $207 million in 2023 and noted […]
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Furloughed federal employees are feeling the pain of missing two paychecks during the lingering government shutdown, but for most local businesses, the effects appear to be minimal — at least so far. Local businesspeople and officials say they are concerned, however, that the impacts will worsen if the shutdown stretches on much longer. According to […]
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On the booming Powers corridor, vacancies are rare and quickly filled.
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PPCC is undergoing its most significant expansion since the opening of the Rampart Range campus in 1998.
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Bitcoin survived a savage 2018, losing about three-quarters of its value between Jan. 1 and Dec. 31. Ether and Ripple fared worse, and the year’s end brought a slew of headlines asking, “Is Bitcoin Dead?” and “Is Cryptocurrency Dead for Good?” It’s complicated, but the short answer is no. Undoubtedly, the crypto industry had a […]
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El Paso County Public Health is perhaps best known as a place where flu shots are given and as an agency that inspects restaurants. But the department also provides a broad spectrum of services and works with a range of businesses to address safety issues and keep the workforce healthy. Governed by a volunteer board […]
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Mayor John Suthers is bullish about Colorado Springs in 2019. “There’s going to be a lot of good news,” Suthers said in a year-end interview with the Business Journal. “There are so many things in the pipeline all coming to fruition in 2019. … I’m a little nervous about the national economy but, you know, […]
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The challenges presented by a lack of affordable housing, along with the continued commercial development downtown and to the north, dominated area real estate news in 2018. The Colorado Springs housing market is predicted to be the hottest in the nation next year, according to Realtor.com. Median house prices across Colorado, including in Colorado Springs, […]
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The cyber landscape shifted again in 2018. Colorado Senate Bill 18-086 injected much-needed public funding for cybersecurity, the National Cybersecurity Center launched an array of training programs and research initiatives, and c-Watch kicked off its first official cohort. Blockchain bill When Gov. John Hickenlooper signed Senate Bill 086 into law at the end of May, […]
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