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    1. Colorado's role in 'asset-sharing' economy argued in bill to regulate car-sharing services

      Colorado's role in 'asset-sharing' economy argued in bill to regulate car-sharing services

      Crafting first-of-their-kind regulations for a disruptive industry sector is neither a simple process nor one that tends to create consensus between the newcomers and the older, heavily regulated competition — a fact that a Colorado legislative committee discovered Wednesday during a two-hour hearing on rules for the ride-sharing sector.

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    2. JPMorgan Is Hiring For More Blockchain Jobs Than Any Other Wall Street Firm

      JPMorgan Is Hiring For More Blockchain Jobs Than Any Other Wall Street Firm

      The biggest bank in America is continuing on a blockchain rampage by posting more jobs in the industry than any other financial firm. According to results released today by job-hunting site Indeed.com, JPMorgan Chase was the only financial firm in the top ten companies posting jobs with the words “blockchain,” “cryptocurrency,” or “bitcoin” over the past year.

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    3. Checkr expected to start small with Denver HQ2 as big-block space remains tight downtown

      Checkr expected to start small with Denver HQ2 as big-block space remains tight downtown

      San Francisco tech startup Checkr was in Denver last week scouting real estate for a second headquarters. Colorado economic development officials are hoping to lure the company and 1,500 jobs it’s promising to the Mile High City after approving a $27.9 million incentive package — the second largest in state history.

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    4. Capitol Business Preview: Battle brews in Colorado over regulating car-sharing services

      Capitol Business Preview: Battle brews in Colorado over regulating car-sharing services

      One of the many machinations of the sharing economy in Colorado involves car-sharing services like Turo, through which automobile owners can list their vehicles for others to use for a price at specific times. As these services have grown over the past few years, however, the state has allowed them to operate largely without regulation — a situation that is about to change and is stirring controversy, particularly for rental-car companies.

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    5. ANGI Homeservices Keeps Its Marketing Mix In Good Repair With Combo Of Brand And Performance

      ANGI Homeservices Keeps Its Marketing Mix In Good Repair With Combo Of Brand And Performance

      Allison Lowrie is at home with data-driven marketing tactics. As CMO of ANGI Homeservices, the IAC-owned parent of Angie’s List, HomeAdvisor and Handy, Lowrie is helping the company infuse a performance mindset into how it approaches offline channels. HomeAdvisor, which connects homeowners with home improvement professionals online, advertised during the Super Bowl for the first time this year. The brand is always looking for an opportunity to expand its reach, Lowrie said.

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    6. Colorado bill to study how blockchain could solve water rights issues dies in committee

      Colorado bill to study how blockchain could solve water rights issues dies in committee

      A bill that would have authorized the study of how blockchain technology could be used to ameliorate water rights issues died on Thursday afternoon. If passed, Senate Bill 19-184 would have directed the Colorado Water Institute, an affiliate of Colorado State University, to study the potential uses of blockchain technology to manage a database of water rights. Best known for supporting cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, blockchain is a technology that allows computer networks to communicate without relying on a centralized authority.

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    7. Colorado launching program to help companies convert to employee ownership

      Colorado launching program to help companies convert to employee ownership

      Two years ago, then-Gov. John Hickenlooper signed a law pushing Colorado into the business of helping people convert their companies into employee-owned businesses. It set aside money for the state to offer advice on the practice, allowed for the creation of a commission to oversee the task ... and then basically was forgotten.

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    8. Uber adds rental service Getaround for Denver drivers

      Uber adds rental service Getaround for Denver drivers

      With the Uber app in Denver, you can reserve an electric bike, order food delivery, buy a bus ticket, get a ride; and now drivers have access to rideshare vehicles. Uber announced it’s expanding its partnership with car-sharing service Getaround to Denver, after launching the program in San Francisco in 2017. The partnership launched on Monday. Using the Uber app, drivers will be able to rent Getaround vehicles to drive for Uber, earning money without owning a car.

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    9. Charge scooters for parking? Some cities are trying it

      Charge scooters for parking? Some cities are trying it

      A pilot program is trying manage the use of electronic scooters. Passport, a mobile-payments firm based in Charlotte, North Carolina, is heading up the micro-mobility pilot with its own platform. Charlotte, Detroit and Omaha, Nebraska, are participating in the six-month pilot. Using Passport's platform, city officials can see and control scooter use as well as manage curb use with payment options.

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    10. CU tech transfer impacts U.S. economy by $1.9B

      CU tech transfer impacts U.S. economy by $1.9B

      The domestic economic impact of commercialization activities at the University of Colorado Boulder over the past five years amounted to $1.9 billion, with $1.2 billion of that in Colorado. The impact of the university’s technology transfer — the transfer of university research and inventions to the private sector — was recorded in a recently released report titled, Economic Impact of Tech Transfer on the State and National Economy.

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    11. Colorado eco-devo director Betsy Markey plans to focus on these priorities - Denver Business Journal

      Colorado eco-devo director Betsy Markey plans to focus on these priorities - Denver Business Journal

      Now that she has two-and-a-half months under her belt as the executive director of the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade, Betsy Markey has come up with three major areas of focus for her term moving forward: Renewable energy, hemp and an increase in employee-owned businesses.

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    12. 5 citywide plans aim to address Denver development, transit issues

      5 citywide plans aim to address Denver development, transit issues

      Street-facing development, more frequent transit routes and wider sidewalks are parts of five citywide plans aimed at creating a more inclusive, connected and healthy city over the next 20 years. Denver officials introduced the plans on Tuesday, which come after the city's three-year Denveright outreach and planning effort and more than 25,000 comments and pieces of input from residents, neighborhood groups and community leaders. 

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    13. List Extra: Denver's Largest tech employers share growth plans

      List Extra: Denver's Largest tech employers share growth plans

      The companies on this year's list of largest tech employers didn't get there by remaining stagnant in the hiring department, and many told Denver Business Journal their Denver presence will continue to grow substantially. Here are 12 companies that shared how many employees they're planning to hire in Denver in the next 12 months.

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