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    1. OCC students to have new robots thanks to GM

      Students in the Robotic Automation Program at Oakland Community College Auburn Hills Campus will have new opportunities to reprogram automotive robots to new uses with the donation of used plant floor machines by General Motors Corp..

      The bulky yellow giants appeared as though sleeping after a long career working in the automotive plans as they were unloaded from a truck at the Technology building.

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    2. Century Communities shares fall on first day

      Century Communities shares fall on first day

      Shares of Century Communities, a fast-growing homebuilder based in Greenwood Village, lost 7.6 percent of their value on the first day of trading.

      Colorado's newest public company came out at $23 a share, the low end of a proposed $23 to $26 a share range. After jumping briefly at the opening Wednesday to $23.40, the shares, ticker CCS, moved lower and ended the day at $21.25.

      Century Communities offered 4 million shares directly, raising $92 million before fees. Insiders offered 480,000 shares.

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    3. Colorado Springs preparing for its first 1 Million Cups event

      Colorado Springs preparing for its first 1 Million Cups event

      Katherine blunt katherine.blunt@gazette.com -

      If the standing room-only crowd was any indication, there's plenty of interest among Colorado Springs business people who want to share ideas about entrepreneurial successes and failures.

      Nearly 40 people crowded into a room Wednesday in the former Ivywild Elementary School on South Cascade Avenue to learn about the effort to launch 1 Million Cups - a weekly educational program for entrepreneurs - in Colorado Springs.

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    4. Galvanize lands $18 million in venture capital to broaden its education focus

      Galvanize lands $18 million in venture capital to broaden its education focus

      Denver-based startup hub Galvanize LLC raised $18 million venture capital in a round led by New York City-based University Ventures Fund, attracting investors to Galvanize’s vision of becoming a new kind of education company teaching entrepreneurship and technology skills.

      The money will fund expansion of Galvanize’s education programs in San Francisco and Denver — where it’s building a second and larger location in the Platte River neighborhood — and at its existing Boulder location,…

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    5. Women in Tech event draws 550 female tech leaders to gain insight, inspiration, networking

      Women in Tech event draws 550 female tech leaders to gain insight, inspiration, networking

      By Lee Porter

      InnovatioNews

      DENVER — Five hundred and fifty Colorado women — all engaged in technology – learned how to cope and thrive in the male-dominated industry during the Women in Tech Conference presented by the Colorado Technology Association on June 13.

      The event, held at the Denver Botanical Center’s Chatfield facility, offered insight, inspiration and networking to those attending.

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    6. Inaugural Boomtown Boulder Demo Day to launch six promising startups on June 27

      Inaugural Boomtown Boulder Demo Day to launch six promising startups on June 27

      BOULDER — Boulder is about to launch six promising new technology startups – the first group to complete Boomtown Boulder’s intensive 12-week accelerator program.

      The Boomtown Demo Day will feature each of the six companies as they unveil the latest breakthroughs in facial recognition, home automation, wearable technology, content marketing, image processing and connected devices.

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    7. Pixorial announces July 18 shutdown after seven years of operation

      Pixorial announces July 18 shutdown after seven years of operation

      CENTENNIAL – Pixorial Inc., a video-and-photo-sharing company, is discontinuing its services on July 18, the company announced to its users on Tuesday.

      “Today, we are sorry to announce that the Pixorial service will shut down on July 18, 2014,” the announcement said.

      “Making this decision was extremely difficult for our team because Pixorial has over 636,000 users, 2.7 million minutes of video and countless photos, and we know that this media represents your most meaningful moments.

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    8. Cloud Elements attracts VC funding and adds to its board

      Cloud Elements attracts VC funding and adds to its board

      Cloud Elements LLC, a Denver-based startup, raised $3.1 million in venture capital to expand the business just as it's moved into new offices and added a new board member. The 18-month-old company makes a technology platform that helps software developers more easily make applications work well with cloud computing systems. Cloud Elements already has millions of dollars in annual revenue and hundreds of customers, said CEO and co-founder Mark Geene. With the venture capital infusion, it aims to…

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    9. Pixorial video-, photo-sharing service shutting down

      Pixorial video-, photo-sharing service shutting down

      Pixorial Inc., the video- and photo-sharing company based in Centennial, announced Tuesday evening it will shut its doors on July 18. The privately held company, which said it has more than 636,000 users, 2.7 million minutes of video and "countless photos," told users via email "this decision was extremely difficult for our team ..."

      Andres Espiñeira, a former employee of Netscape, founded Pixorial in 2007. The company said that earlier this year it held talks with "numerous companies about an…

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    10. Five top TW Telecom execs to receive $88 million after Level 3 merger

      Five top TW Telecom execs to receive $88 million after Level 3 merger

      TW Telecom's top five executives are in line to receive cash-and-stock payouts valued at more than $88 million if the company's proposed merger with crosstown peer, Level 3 Communications, closes.

      Larissa Herda, who has led Douglas County-based TW Telecom since 1998, is scheduled to receive nearly $42 million in cash, accelerated stock awards and other benefits, according the change-of-control terms in her employment contract and based on Level's 3 purchase price of $40.86 per share.

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    11. Versicor launches Ideas to Action contest for technology companies

      Versicor, an electronics, software and controls development company based in Royal Oak, has launched its inaugural "Ideas to Action" (I2A) contest. This exciting new program is designed to help technology entrepreneurs transform their medical, clean-tech, or transportation project ideas into products. Versicor will provide a total of $250,000 worth of electronics, controls and software development services to award recipients.

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