Donielle Gonzales fondly remembers the days when, as an ambassador for the Pueblo Chamber of Commerce, she attended ribbon cuttings and other ceremonies wearing a scarf, necklace and earrings adorned with the likenesses of Pueblo chiles. Now she’s the chamber’s tourism director and also executive director of the Pueblo Chile...
Today’s edition (June 16) of the Colorado Springs Business Journal includes the Health Care Quarterly, and while most of the Journal's focuses on health care in the past include interviews with doctors, nurses and traditional health care administrators, this week’s Quarterly follows up on the topic of health equity. It was...
The city of Colorado Springs and Monument resident Leslie Weise are once more engaging in a legal battle. Weise filed a notice earlier this month to sue the city of Colorado Springs for more than $1 million. The original dispute started nearly two years ago, when Weise sought to force...
Debt, whether it’s connected to a small business or personal finances, can create stress in our lives. Some people deal with that better than others; some don’t feel the stress at all, comfortable in what may have been a conscious decision to create that debt, and confident in the...
The Springs will be a special destination for thousands of out-of-town guests this summer because of two much-anticipated events.
Staff of the Joint Committee on Taxation and the Congressional Budget Office released Wednesday its estimate of the direct spending and revenue effects for a revised American Health Care Act. According to the CBO, which provides nonpartisan budget and economic information to Congress, “H.R. 1628 would reduce the cumulative federal...
“This is not about crazy drunken street parties — this is about empowering businesses to offer their customers a better experience.” — Jill Gaebler
Have you seen a movie lately? How about a movie in a theater? The temperature will surely start ticking upward soon, and with the heat comes the summer blockbuster season. At least that’s how it has worked for years. But with increased home-streaming options, the film and television industry, which...
Gov. John Hickenlooper said Thursday that he’s considering calling a special session of the legislature on Monday that would focus on transportation. Despite legislative approval of a catchall omnibus bill which removed the Hospital Provider Fee from the General Fund and authorized the state to issue $2 billion in secured...
Tyler Peoples has always been a fan of the hit ABC show Shark Tank. “I had watched Shark Tank forever,” he said. “That’s where I got all of my business knowledge from — it’s like a free, televised business school.” In all his years of watching the show, he never imagined...
A visit to the homepage of healthcare.gov, the official site of Affordable Care Act, makes no mention of its possible unraveling thanks to the American Health Care Act. The Republican counterproposal to the Affordable Care Act survived a House vote yesterday. The bill must now face a vote of the Senate,...
Numbers can be deceiving, but in the case of human-powered transportation, there’s no question. Bikes mean business. Recently, the city of Colorado Springs, using results from the first part of its PlanCOS community survey, determined that the outdoor lifestyle was one of the main reasons people enjoy living in the...