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Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, retail experts were saying that the end was near for traditional indoor malls like The Citadel and Chapel Hills. Online sales were gaining popularity, anchor tenants were folding — and the pandemic was expected to deliver the death blow.

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For most fledgling artists, getting their work into a national retail outlet like Walmart would be a major boost for their career. Unless, of course, they didn’t know it was happening. Jeresneyka Rose, a Colorado Springs artist, found out her artwork was being sold on canvas prints for $14.9…

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Since March, the COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on the business community. The springtime lockdown led to significant losses for retailers. On Nov. 13, El Paso County moved to Safer at Home Level Orange, which limits restaurants, retail businesses and others to 25 percent capaci…

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The focus of the Nov. 3 election might be candidates vying for national and local offices, but the 2020 ballot is also packed with issues that voters are being asked to decide.

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Every holiday season, smaller retailers face increasing competition from online marketing giants. This year, the COVID-19 pandemic is likely to impel even more holiday shoppers to order online.