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Thinking inside the box: Business booming for packaging machine manufacturer »

Merritt Kinsey, president of Western Slope Industries, displays some of the folding cartons made by machines manufactured at the Grand Junction company. WSI machines make cartons for everything from Mexican beers to Russian cranberry juice. (Business Times photo by Phil Castle)

Phil Castle, The Business Times Like most successful business executives, Merritt Kinsey spends part of his time thinking outside the box, the well-worn metaphor for considering different perspectives or unconventional approaches. But Kinsey can be forgiven for spending a lot of time thinking inside the…

May 13 2015 / Leave A Comment / Read More »

With oil prices, what goes down must come up »

While lower crude oil and, in turn, gasoline prices have saved consumers some money at the pump, they’ve also prompted energy companies to move drilling operations and capital investments to areas where production costs are lower. The long-term outlook is more upbeat, though, given the projected increase in global oil demand. (Business Times photo by Phil Castle)

Phil Castle, The Business Times As an economist who’s monitored crude oil prices for 40 years, John Felmy knows from personal experience what goes down must come up. That’s why Felmy believes slumping oil prices that have saved consumers some money at the pump but…

Apr 28 2015 / Leave A Comment / Read More »

For the health of it: Hilltop offering worksite wellness services »

Phil Castle, The Business Times       Mike Stahl recites a lengthy list of the intangible benefits of efforts to promote the health and wellness of the nearly 650 employees who work at Hilltop Community Resources based in Grand Junction. To name a few,…

Apr 14 2015 / Leave A Comment / Read More »

Sunday challenge: Downtown business owners encouraged to try Sunday operations »

Phil Castle, The Business Times Allison Blevins took what she calls the Sunday challenge, opening her downtown Grand Junction store on Sundays for a full year to find out whether the extra weekend hours were a help or hindrance. More than a year later, Blevins…

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Manufacturing connections: Summit to offer networking, but also focus on workforce development »

Phil Castle, The Business Times       Eric Goertz stresses the importance of making connections among manufacturers. But Goertz also knows manufacturers face a challenge in finding qualified workers. That’s why the second version of an event that brings manufacturers together for educational presentations…

Mar 18 2015 / Comments Off / Read More »
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Elections in Anglosphere surprise — and alarm

Two elections recently took place within the Anglosphere — both with rather startling, and quite opposite, results. Despite extensive prognostication to the contrary, Great Britain granted David Cameron’s…

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