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  1. BlogsBlue Dot opens first downtown apartments in decadesRead the original story

    Jan 29, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    On Sept. 4, 2014, Kathy Loo and Darsey Nicklasson hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for Blue Dot Place, a planned 33-unit apartment building at 418 S. Nevada.

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  2. TechnologyBlackstone Entrepreneurs Network picks ISSAC for nurturingRead the original story

    Jan 29, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Blackstone Entrepreneurs Network has selected Colorado Springs technology firm ISSAC to join its network of emerging technology businesses believed to be on the brink of explosive growth. Founded by U.S. Navy veteran Tim Jones, ISSAC is an acronym for Innovative Support Services and Analytics Consulting.

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  3. HazlehurstNeeded: More owners to invest in downtownRead the original story

    Jan 29, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    After first opposing tax-increment financing for two downtown apartment complexes, the Downtown Development Authority's board acceded to the requests of Buck Blessing and Chris Jenkins and agreed to rebate 100 percent of authority levies on the properties for the next 20 years. The developers argued the projects are inherently risky, tapping a market that doesn't yet exist.

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  4. Daily NewsKCMJ launches on the FM dialRead the original story

    Jan 29, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    At 93.9 on the FM dial, KCMJ radio station is streaming live as the only local, licensed Colorado Springs member-run community radio station. Its launch party tonight will take place at the Stargazers Theatre with three area bands and a "ceremonial flipping of the switch," said Dennis Apuan, founder and chair of the station.

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  5. South NevadaGuadagnolis to bring creekside dream to lifeRead the original story

    Jan 29, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Ever since local entrepreneurs Sam and Kathy Guadagnoli purchased rundown property between Nevada Avenue and Tejon Street 12 years ago, they've seen beauty among the ruins. Amid abandoned, critter-infested buildings, weeds and trash-strewn side streets, lies Cheyenne Creek and a wide stretch of green grass and trees.

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  6. OpinionCity facing battle over baseballRead the original story

    Jan 29, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Since a single headline in The Gazette a few weeks ago, there hasn't been a word spoken or reported about the possibility of Colorado Springs losing its Triple-A minor-league baseball franchise. But it could happen, and that story was legitimate.

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  7. Amusement and RecreationBroadmoor land swap proposal divides southwest neighborhood 6 1Read the original story

    Jan 29, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    The proposed land swap between The Broadmoor hotel and the city of Colorado Springs is the culmination of years of negotiations, discussions and brainstorming between the two parties, as well as other stakeholders. But despite the negotiations, residents surrounding the city-owned parkland are picking sides - and even some open-space groups are undecided if the deal is good for the city and its parks.

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  8. Daily NewsVMware cuts 48 positions in Colorado SpringsRead the original story

    Jan 29, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    About 48 people in Colorado Springs will be laid off as part of a restructuring and realignment by Palo Alto, Calif., company VMware. All told, the company plans to lay off 800 people, including 86 in Colorado - 48 in the Springs and 38 at offices in Broomfield, according to reports.

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  9. Daily NewsNew realtor group awards achievementsRead the original story

    Jan 28, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Heavy-hitters in the Colorado Springs commercial real estate community gathered Wednesday night to celebrate their successes selling and leasing commercial property in the region. At their first formal gathering since forming last year, nearly 100 members of the Southern Colorado Commercial Brokers met to distribute "Deal Maker Awards 2015" as the organization's inaugural event.

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  10. Daily NewsSprings unemployment at 4 percent for December 2015Read the original story

    Jan 26, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    The Colorado Springs area has the third-highest unemployment rate in the state - but it's not as grim as it sounds. The local Metropolitan Statistical Area's unemployment rate is at 4 percent for December.

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  11. Daily NewsOutdoor recreation industry group createdRead the original story

    Jan 26, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    No matter what it's called, a new industry group could mean big things for playing outside in Southern Colorado. "ORIA is in the mode," said David Leinweber, the founding member of the group and owner of Angler's Covey, a fly fishing retailer in Colorado Springs.

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  12. Young ProfessionalPhaneuf plans - epic' events 1Read the original story

    Jan 25, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Since 2013, Colorado Springs native Rhea Phaneuf has served as the marketing and events project manager for the El Pomar Institute for Innovation and Commercialization at UCCS. She has worked in marketing and events for more than 15 years, including stints with Ent Credit Union, BluSky Restoration Contractors and the Professional Bull Riders.

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  13. One on OneO'Neil spurs downtown economic development 1Read the original story

    Jan 25, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    A Colorado Springs native and CEO of The O'Neil Group, he works passionately to enhance the city's economy by bringing more companies to Colorado Springs. He's purchased five buildings downtown, created a campus to train engineers and offer collaborative research, and is in the process of developing a million-dollar cybersecurity research-and-development operations center in Colorado Springs.

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  14. Other VoicesDeveloping cyber industry requires trust, social benefitRead the original story

    Jan 25, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Cybersecurity is a team effort - one of those soundbites often heard in the cyberspace industry, usually mentioned in connection to the need for more public-private partnerships. What it really means, as MainNerve CEO Bruce Parkman likes to say, "We're all in this together."

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  15. UncategorizedCity Center Series to kick off with HsuRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 25, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    For many, thoughts of Las Vegas conjure the bustling Strip, bright lights and miles of contiguous retail and commercial development. Hsu is director of the Las Vegas Downtown Project and is chief of staff to Tony Hsieh, CEO of online apparel behemoth Zappos, an Amazon.com company.

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  16. OpinionSprings poised for cybersecurity successRead the original story

    Jan 22, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Last week, Gov. John Hickenlooper announced that Colorado Springs would be home to a national cybersecurity research and development center. Last month, the Catalyst Campus announced that it received a $750,000 grant to work on cybersecurity for space and satellite systems.

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  17. HazlehurstOffice incident leads to culture questionsRead the original story

    Jan 22, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    It's 4 p.m. last Wednesday. The workday is almost over. I'm meeting a friend for coffee in a few minutes, so I'm leaving early.

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  18. MilitaryMind the gap: Veteran voicesRead the original story

    Jan 22, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    Whether service members are medically discharged, leave at the end of their enlistment contract or retire after 20 years, they all face a transition forcing them to find new goals and a new source of income. Whether veterans choose to immediately look for full-time work in the civilian sector or further their education, the challenges they encounter affect each service member differently, said Alex Muehleisen, a satellite communications systems operator-maintainer at Fort Carson whose Army enlistment contract ends this month.

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  19. BlogsRitter: Keep funding tourismRead the original story

    Jan 21, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    A representative from the state's tourism office was the in the Springs this week, pitching the return-on-investment for tourism promotion money as the state's General Assembly begins the grim business of deciding where to cut the budget in order to meet an expected multi-million dollar shortfall. Kathy Ritter, director of the Colorado Tourism Office, told the breakfast crowd of tourism leaders Thursday that the return on investment in Colorado for the tourism industry reached 13,000 percent last year.

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  20. 2015 Rising StarsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 21, 2016 | Colorado Springs Business Journal

    If you want to get something done, you give it to a busy person. If you want to find the easiest way to do something, you give it to a lazy person.

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