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Colorado Springs voters will have another opportunity to elect representatives to Colorado Springs City Council April 2. With the job of mayor and three at-large council seats up for grabs, this is an opportunity for voters to choose candidates who are prepared to make decisions about the role of our city government in laying the […]

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Small-business owners are almost always concerned about finances, but they usually have other business challenges that also demand their attention. And they often lack the skills to handle them. Those owners and their companies can greatly benefit from professional consultants who provide expertise in critical areas of business where owners may be inexperienced. Those resources […]

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Small-business owners often want assistance from outside sources, and while that may come in the form of education on the many aspects of operating a successful business, the foremost need is generally financial. Community banks, big banks and credit unions are the obvious places to seek additional capital for a company, but there are also […]

Almost everyone uses a bank, or credit union, except for people who prefer to stuff their money in the mattress or bury it in their backyard. Not all banks are the same, however, as some are locally owned and others — the bigger ones, often — are headquartered elsewhere, usually out of state. Most individuals may […]

By Bob Stephens Pikes Peak National Bank Chairman and CEO John Georgeson and President Robin Roberts met Tuesday with legal representatives of their prospective new owner. Antoun Sehnaoui, a 44-year-old Lebanese banker and businessman, agreed to buy PPNB on May 5, starting the 60-day clock for review by the U.S. Office of the Comptroller of […]