Wayne Heilman

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Defense contractor to lay off 70 in Colorado Springs

By: Wayne Heilman

Jacobs Technology Inc. has notified the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment it will lay off its 70 Colorado Springs employees Feb. 29 after losing an Air Force contract it held for more than eight...

Colorado Springs company named world's top cybersecurity company


Colorado Springs added more ammunition to its efforts to lay claim as a national cybersecurity hub when root9B was ranked this month as the world's top provider of cybersecurity services.


Company seeks to expand gold mining operation near Cripple Creek

By: Wayne Heilman

The owners of Colorado's largest gold mine near Cripple Creek have taken the first step to begin underground mining just north of the mountain town, but there are many more hurdles to clear before the first ounce...

Matt Coleman follows late father in heading Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance

By: Wayne Heilman

Matt Coleman, Colorado president for Hub International Insurance Services, has taken over as chair of the board of directors of the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance, a similar job to the post his late...

National cybersecurity center could become 'huge economic driver' for Colorado Springs

By: Wayne Heilman

The opening of a National Cyber Intelligence Center in Colorado Springs is expected to accelerate efforts to make the city a national hub for cybersecurity that will help the thriving local industry grow more...

New Colorado Springs center to help defense contractors diversify

By: Wayne Heilman

A new center operated by two trade associations will open next month in the Catalyst Campus near downtown Colorado Springs to help defense contractors diversify into new markets to cope with military budget cuts...

Colorado Springs hotel occupancy jumps to 16-year high

By: Wayne Heilman

Tourists visited the Pikes Peak region and stayed in hotels in bigger numbers last year than they had in any other year since the boom years of the late 1990s, according to Rocky Mountain Lodging Report.


Atmel sale gives no clarity to future of Colorado Springs facility


California semiconductor manufacturer Atmel Corp. Tuesday agreed to be acquired by Arizona-based competitor Microchip Technology Inc. for $3.56 billion, but the future of Atmel's 1,000-employee plant in Colorado...