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President hopes to make loans larger, open up credit

By Staff

President Barack Obama announced new efforts Wednesday to make operating easier for small businesses. Obama said he wants Congress to increase the cap on 7a and 504 loans from the Small Business Association from $2 million to $5 million ($5.5 ...


Banks suffering for others’ sins, association leader says

By Emily Shockley

Regulators are putting the kibosh on some bank loans, according to Colorado Bankers Association President and CEO Don Childears. At the same time, politicians and consumers are asking banks to grant more loans. Stuck in the middle, Childears ...


Debt consolidation often means bills pile higher, state official says

By Amy Hamilton

Contracting with a debt-consolidation service in Colorado may end up costing more than its worth, according to a report released last week by the Colorado Attorney General’s Office. Data collected from Colorado’s 42 registered ...


Biz Buzz, Oct. 18, 2009

By Staff

Tom and Tara Suplizio are opening a veterinary clinic in Mesa at 10911 U.S. Highway 65, across from the Wagon Wheel Restaurant. The grand opening will be from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Oct. 23. Vaccinations will be 50 percent off, and free hot ...


Sporting goods store looking at Mesa Mall

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Cabela’s, the sporting-goods chain store based in the Midwest, is looking at Mesa Mall in Grand Junction as a potential new site, sources familiar with negotiations said. The former location of Mervyn’s, which has been closed now ...


Neighborhood pub to open on 7th and Main

By Emily Shockley

Tenacious Brothers Pub plans to open at 701 Main St. by the end of the year, ushering in the first sign of life at that address since the Cabaret Dinner Theater and the Spotlight Lounge closed last year. Business partners Ben Dial, Mandi ...


Market more optimistic about near-term future, Grand Junction financial expert says

By Emily Shockley

The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed above 10,000 points Wednesday for the first time in a year. That’s a positive sign, according to financial adviser Gary Nagy of investment firm Edward Jones, 225 N. Fifth St. “Usually the ...


Halloween shops scared of slashed budgets

By Richie Ann Ashcraft

Halloween is fast approaching, and many people are finding they must be more creative when shopping for costumes on a limited budget. Economists expect people to spend 15 percent less on costumes this year than last year, according to the ...


Biz Buzz, Oct. 12, 2009

By Staff

Crossroads Wine & Spirits, which recently moved into its new home on the southwest corner of 24 and Patterson roads, is celebrating its grand opening, which began this weekend and will run through Oct. 19. The event will include storewide ...


Find your niche, entrepreneurs told at conference

By Emily Shockley

Specialty stores in downtown Grand Junction have the right idea when it comes to providing a niche that big-box stores can’t, according to one presenter Friday at the 2009 Entrepreneurship Marketplace at Two Rivers Convention ...


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