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    1. Denver among top cities for blockchain jobs

      Denver among top cities for blockchain jobs

      Denver ranked 10th in the country for blockchain and cryptocurrency jobs, according to a report by Crypto Fund Research released this week. Crypto Fund Research evaluated the markets for blockchain jobs in more than 300 cities across the U.S. Simply put, blockchain allows computer networks to exchange information without relying on a central authority. It supports cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin.

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    2. National Cybersecurity Center to launch AFA CyberCamp

      National Cybersecurity Center to launch AFA CyberCamp

      The National Cybersecurity Center will launch its AFA CyberCamp in July, for 7th to 12th graders brand new to cybersecurity. “The content is designed to promote interest in [science, technology, engineering and math] and cyber so that kids can start on a pathway toward jobs in high-demand career fields,” Mary Graft, the NCC’s director of...

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    3. Bootstrappers, behemoths discuss tech industry in Boulder

      BOULDER — Boulder’s tech scene is a cross-section of various stages of companies, from the infancy-level startups to giants like Google. Jud Valeski, general manager of the new Boulder offices for Honey, a startup that helps shoppers save money online through a browser extension, and Scott Green, engineering site director for Google Boulder, discussed the city’s tech and startup environment during their Boulder Startup Week panel “From bootstraps to behemoths: the evolution and range of Boulder’s tech community.”

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    4. EY Announces Finalists for the Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2018 Award in the Mountain Desert region

      EY today announced the finalists for the Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2018 Award in the Mountain Desert region. The awards program recognizes entrepreneurs who are excelling in areas such as innovation, financial performance and personal commitment to their businesses and communities. These business leaders were selected by a panel of independent judges. Award winners will be announced at a special gala on Thursday, June 28, 2018 at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.

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    5. Colorado Springs company transformed by accelerator experience

      Colorado Springs company transformed by accelerator experience

      Participation in the first business accelerator program in southern Colorado proved to be "life altering" for a Colorado Springs startup - and a learning experience for all of the companies involved.

      Catalyst Accelerator launched in January at the Catalyst Center for Technology & Innovation in Colorado Springs with a focus on weather data and the military; predicting the weather and its impact is a key challenge for the military.

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    6. Colorado companies working on technology that could help clean up orbital debris

      Colorado companies working on technology that could help clean up orbital debris

      Space is a mess -- and getting messier. Remember the 2013 movie "Gravity"? Sandra Bullock plays an astronaut stranded in space after her ship is hit by flying remnants of a wrecked Russian satellite.

      Fictional, yes. But the movie touches on a very realistic possibility. Tons of trash -- also known as "orbital debris" -- are floating in space, thanks to wrecked satellites, detached rocket engines and spacecraft that has gone incommunicado.

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    7. California mandates solar-powered homes; Denver solar firm's share soar

      In the wake of the state of California mandating that all new homes built after 2020 be powered by solar energy, shares in a Denver solar company soared Wednesday. Yesterday, the Denver Business Journal reported that the California Energy Commission unanimously approved a mandate requiring that all new housing in the state built after 2020 come with installed solar power.

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    8. Vodafone agrees to buy Denver-based Liberty Global’s European assets – The Denver Post

      Vodafone agrees to buy Denver-based Liberty Global’s European assets – The Denver Post

      LONDON — Telecom giant Vodafone has agreed to buy Liberty Global’s operations in Germany, the Czech Republic, Hungary and Romania in a deal valued at 18.4 billion euros ($21.8 billion) as the industry moves toward “next-generation” technology carrying voice, data and video over a single network. Vodafone says the transaction will help it become “the leading next-generation network owner in Europe,” with a total reach of 110 million homes and businesses.

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    9. Techstars Boulder Demo Day shows off new companies

      Techstars Boulder Demo Day shows off new companies

      BOULDER — Techstars Boulder held its 12th Demo Day Tuesday, when several entrepreneurs pitched their startups to about 1,000 attendees from the Boulder community. The companies represented several states across the United States, as well as the United Kingdom and France. One company, Los Angeles-based Ordermark, announced it would be opening its second location in Colorado in the fall.

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    10. Colorado Springs unemployment rate declines in March to 9-month low

      More jobs were created than people entering the labor force in the Colorado Springs area in March, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports.

      The area's 3.2 percent unemployment rate was down from 3.5 percent in February, where it had remained six months, and was the lowest monthly rate since 3.2 percent in June.

      The local rate reached a 16-year low of 2.9 percent in March 2017.

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    11. Denver among Forbes' best cities for jobs in 2018

      Denver among Forbes' best cities for jobs in 2018

      The Denver metro ranks No. 12 on Forbes’ 2018 list of the best cities for jobs. The Mile High City posted 2.3 percent growth with 1.47 million jobs in 2017. For the second year, Dallas claims the top spot after it dethroned San Francisco in 2016. Its two-year reign stems from consistent job growth over the past several years, Forbes reported. Dallas is leading what Forbes dubbed the “surging south,” as many of the list’s top spots went to southern cities.

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    12. Intellectual-property law firm opens Boulder office

      BOULDER — A 125-year-old law firm based in Chicago that specializes in intellectual-property issues has opened an office in Boulder. Leydig, Voit & Mayer Ltd., which also has offices in Washington, D.C., the San Francisco Bay area and Frankfurt, Germany, opened today with its full complement of a dozen staffers at 4875 Pearl East Circle, Suite 301 in W.W. Reynolds Cos.’ Pearl East Business Park.

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    13. FrontRange Software has become Ivanti and has big growth plans in Colorado Springs

      FrontRange Software has become Ivanti and has big growth plans in Colorado Springs

      Once one of the biggest names in Colorado Springs software, FrontRange Solutions Inc. became far less visible when it moved its headquarters and most operations to California in 2004.

      But the company never left entirely, keeping a small team that supports its information technology service management software and related products. It has survived more than a decade of mergers, acquisitions and buyouts.

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    14. Colorado makes magazine's top 10 for 'Best States for Business'

      An economic development magazine has named Colorado one of the top 10 in its "Best States for Business" ranking. Colorado leaped five spots in the annual standings of Chief Executive magazine's list, taking eighth place this year. The magazine's competitive selection placed the Centennial State 27th for taxation and regulation, 10th for workforce quality and No. 1 for living environment.

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