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  1. Marques takes over in PPWFC leadership changeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 8 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    El Paso County Commissioner Stan VanderWerf, who is also chairman of the committee that oversees the Pikes Peak Workforce Center, said he's not worried about the organization's future despite multiple personnel changes that include Executive Director Lisa Rice's exit in November. "There have been a lot of changes recently, but I'm not really concerned," VanderWerf said.

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  2. Historic Michelle sign will shine againRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 7 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    The iconic Michelle sign - more than half a century old - will shine on N. Tejon Street again if Sara Kinney and Randel Castleberry have their way. Kinney, CEO of Rim Technologies, and Castleberry, CEO of Aspen Logix, are taking a novel approach to preserving the sign, which has been dark for a decade.

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  3. Blog: Sky Sox to market 'warm weather' team starting in 2019Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 7 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Wearing a stocking hat that also has a face protector is not part of the preferred uniform for baseball players. That's one reason the coldest game of my college baseball career is also one of my most vivid memories.

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  4. Software firm Formstack announces expansion into Colorado SpringsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 6 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    The Colorado Springs office, set to open in April 2018, will "serve as a hub for the company's outbound sales, mid-market and enterprise team, bringing high-quality jobs to the area," according to a news release issued by Formstack. "Formstack has a largely remote workforce with employees scattered across the United States and around the globe, and we saw a concentration taking place in the Colorado Springs area, including myself," Sapp said in the release.

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  5. Analysis: High-speed rail a wistful dream or 21st-century solution?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 6 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Is bringing high-speed passenger rail to the Front Range a wistful dream of railroad buffs or a 21st-century solution to congested roadways? Pueblo County Commissioner Sal Pace and Colorado Springs City Councilor Jill Gaebler are firmly in the latter camp. Both elected officials are members of the Southwest Chief and Front Range Passenger Rail Commission, which submitted a legislative proposal for the development of a Front Range passenger rail system from Trinidad to Fort Collins to the Colorado State Legislature Dec. 1. "We are working towards bringing Colorado into the 21st Century so we can compete with any state in the country for jobs and economic development," Pace said.

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  6. Business experts advise budding entrepreneurs at UCCS eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 5 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Experts from Colorado Springs' small business and startup development community gave practical advice on starting a business - and navigating the rocky side of entrepreneurship - at an event at UCCS Dec. 4. Hosted by the UCCS Entrepreneurship Club, the panel included Matthew Metzger, assistant professor of entrepreneurship and innovation at UCCS; Aikta Marcoulier, director of the Pikes Peak Small Business Development Center; Michelle Parvinrouh, executive director of Peak Startup; Jacob Eichengreen, executive director of the QUAD Innovation Partnership; and Chris Franz, long-time high tech entrepreneur and former president of Peak Startup.

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  7. The Colorado Springs Business JournalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 1 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Hackers are using stolen data to make threats against children, and the U.S. Department of Education is warning school districts nationwide to beef up... By Kristian DePue Only a few years ago, Suzanne Wells was on a medical school track, graduating from UCCS with a double major in psychology... After receiving approval for a new kind of charter school in Colorado Springs in 2014, Patrick Cush and his brother, David Cush, CEO of... Colorado Springs residents may periodically complain about utility rates, but they're in pretty good shape compared to their southern neighbor, Pueblo.

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  8. Springs ranks No. 2 among likely choices for homebuyersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 1 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Colorado Springs is predicted to be one of the top markets where buyers will move in the last few months of this year. A popular destination for many out-of-state buyers, the city will continue to see high sales numbers in the fourth quarter of 2017.

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  9. 2018 Book of Lists ReceptionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 1 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Presented by Bryan Construction and the Colorado Springs Business Journal, join the official release of the 2018 Book of Lists January 25, 2018. Don't miss out on the best networking event in the new year.

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  10. Cease and desist order issued to Scott, Legacy Planning MastersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 1 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    William Clyde Scott and his company, Legacy Planning Masters, Inc., both of Colorado Springs, have been issued a cease and desist order by Colorado Securities Commissioner Gerald Rome for alleged violations of the Colorado Securities Act. The order is in response to free lunch events that Scott offered in 2009, so he could solicit investors with the promise of maximizing their retirement funds.

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  11. Veterans benefit from starting and owning businessesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 1 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    After deciding not to pursue engineering, Calder Curtis, who served in the Air Force, opened Cockpit Craft Distillery in 2016 in Colorado Springs, where he holds a networking night for veterans every Thursday. He said it was difficult wearing his heavy gear in the desert, where temperatures reached 115 degrees Fahrenheit.

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  12. New cryotherapy spa offers whole-body experienceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 1 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    After being diagnosed with diabetes and fibromyalgia, Debbie Mabon tried a cryotherapy sauna in 2016 in Cortez and decided to open a whole-body cryotherapy spa in Colorado Springs this year. Though not approved by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration, the number of cryotherapy providers continues to climb as users claim the treatments help relieve chronic pain.

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  13. Give!: RMFI maintains local trails, open spacesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 1 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Rocky Mountain Field Institute has mountains to climb - and trees to plant and fish to save and trails to repair - and they look to the Give! Campaign to help them keep up the pace. Executive Director Jennifer Peterson describes RMFI as the "boots-on-the-ground organization" taking care of southern Colorado's parks, trails and open spaces.

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  14. Wells strives to be the one to beatRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 1 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Only a few years ago, Suzanne Wells was on a medical school track, graduating from UCCS with a double major in psychology and biomedical science. That changed - starting with a first date that put her in the hospital.

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  15. Raze Drake and join the 21st centuryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 1 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Watching the Colorado Springs City Council consider closing the downtown Drake coal-fired power plant last week, I remembered what William Faulkner wrote 66 years ago: "The past is never dead. It's not even past."

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  16. School districts prime targets for cyber attacksRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 1 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Hackers are using stolen data to make threats against children, and the U.S. Department of Education is warning school districts nationwide to beef up their cybersecurity in response. The threats - some of which have been sent directly to parents - are personal and specific, and are intended to extort money from school districts.

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  17. Cush leads young entrepreneurs in second yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 1 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    After receiving approval for a new kind of charter school in Colorado Springs in 2014, Patrick Cush and his brother, David Cush, CEO of Virgin America Airlines, enrolled 40 students in Launch High School in 2016. Now 75 students are enrolled in the school's second year and that number is expected to increase to 120 next year, according to Patrick, head of Launch and former assistant principal and dean of students in Colorado Springs School District 11. Launch High School, which is focused on entrepreneurship and innovation, uses curriculum shared by Virgin Unite, a nonprofit branch of the Virgin Group owned by Richard Branson that provides resources for entrepreneur ideas and opportunities.

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  18. Businesses must work to avoid credit card fraudRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 1 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Credit card fraud can be costly to companies, but there are methods business owners can employ to limit their losses. It's not a new problem, but most of the fraud now occurs in the e-commerce realm, rather than at the checkout counter.

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  19. 2018 Cos Ceo Leadership Lessons SeriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 11, 2017 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Join the 2018 COS CEO Leadership Lessons presented by Kaiser Permanente, Herring Bank and the Colorado Springs Business Journal.

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  20. In-N-Out Burger announces Colorado Springs plansRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 30 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    In-N-Out Burger has announced it is in the "early planning stages" of an expansion to the Centennial State. In-N-Out Burger is excited to be in the early planning stages of its expansion to the state of Colorado.

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