Chelise Foster, 32, has made a name for herself through giving back to the community. She originated the Waldo Waldo 5K race.
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Margaret Sabin plans to use her decades of experience in health care administration, as well as her knowledge of population health management, to advance the mission of Children’s Hospital Colorado. “Population health has always been the stepchild,” the new Southern Region president for Children’s Hospital Colorado said. “My sense when approached by the CEO of […]
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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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The instant a new member swipes an entry card at an Accolade Fitness gym yellow flashes on a screen. The color acts as a signal to a worker behind the counter to greet the recent addition, said Duane Johnston, owner of the two Colorado Springs-based gyms. “We try to pat those people on the back […]
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The National Cybersecurity Center’s new chief operating officer can point to a couple of major turning points in his career — and the most recent persuaded him to leave Texas for the Springs. Jonathan Steenland was principal of chief information security officer services with Zyston, and before that served as CISO at Fujitsu, where he […]
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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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Jessica Fierro’s love for beer began when her husband, Rich, received military orders to Germany, considered by many as the beer mecca of the world. “Literally the beer was cheaper than water or wine and you got it in mass volumes,” she said. “What I knew of beer was what my dad drank, which was […]
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The area’s strong economy and diversified industries will help keep local job growth steady in 2019. Tatiana Bailey, executive director of the UCCS Economic Forum, said even if an economic downturn does begin this year, the area’s workforce should fare better than before. “The state of Colorado, Colorado Springs and even Boulder are not completely […]
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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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After protracted negotiations, the owners of the Pikes Peak Cog Railway and representatives of Manitou Springs in November reached an accord on a tax incentive agreement for reconstruction of the 127-year-old railway. The Cog’s owners, The Oklahoma Publishing Co., said in an official statement that the railway would reopen in 2021. “After a year of […]
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When a business finds a unique market niche that also reflects the passion and purposes of its owners, it’s got the makings of a big idea. In just three years, Who Gives a SCRAP has become a popular destination where thrifty teachers, artists and crafters can find affordably priced, new and gently used supplies, while […]
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Most 21-year-olds probably don’t know much about running a company. But Patrick Calhoun isn’t your average 21-year-old. Calhoun is a graduate of St. Mary’s High School and is currently completing his undergraduate degree in political science at UCCS. But when he’s not in the classroom, Calhoun is CEO of Vision Restoration International, a nonprofit he […]
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