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    1. Lockheed CEO: Time is now to inspire next generation of space pioneers

      Lockheed CEO: Time is now to inspire next generation of space pioneers

      The nation's space sector has a golden opportunity to inspire a generation of youth to pursue space careers, Lockheed Martin Corp. CEO Marillyn Hewson said Tuesday in Colorado Springs.

      Hewson compared President Donald Trump's reformation of the National Space Council, headed by Vice President Mike Pence, to a speech by President John F. Kennedy just four months into his term that called for putting a human on the moon by the end of the 1960s.

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    2. Zayo CEO Caruso, wife, give $2 million to University of Colorado

      Zayo CEO Caruso, wife, give $2 million to University of Colorado

      Zayo Group Holdings Inc. CEO Dan Caruso, and his wife Cindy, are giving the University of Colorado $2 million. According to the school, through their foundation the Carusos are giving "$1 million toward the future connection between the business and engineering buildings, and another $1 million to support entrepreneurial activities that foster new business creation, diversity and inclusion."

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    3. Colorado Springs defense contractor Polaris Alpha plans major expansion, including Denver

      Colorado Springs defense contractor Polaris Alpha plans major expansion, including Denver

      Defense contractor Polaris Alpha LLC on Wednesday announced plans to add 450 employees by 2026 and build or lease 100,000 square feet of office space in Denver and Colorado Springs late this year.

      The moves aim to better accommodate rapid growth of the company's space, cybersecurity and intelligence analysis software and information technology services.

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    4. Denver blockchain tech company expanding

      Denver blockchain tech company expanding

      After less than a year in business, blockchain tech company Salt Lending is expanding in Denver.

      Salt, which provides cash loans for its members using cryptocurrency or other blockchain assets as collateral, started with six employees when it launched last June.

      Now, the startup employs 70 people, and is moving into a new 25,000-square-foot office this month. And the hiring isn’t slowing down anytime soon.

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    5. Denver's tops in the nation for small-business growth, says new report

      Denver's tops in the nation for small-business growth, says new report

      Denver overtook Seattle as the top-ranked metro for small business employment growth in March, according to a new report

      The latest Paychex | IHS Markit Small Business Employment Watch report, which focuses on national small-business wage and hiring trends, indicated that nationally, small-business employment growth declined slightly in March.

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    6. Western Union : Foundation Commits $250,000 Strategic Funding to Support Denver Public Schools

      Western Union : Foundation Commits $250,000 Strategic Funding to Support Denver Public Schools

      New grant to focus on college and career readiness programs aimed at addressing Colorado’s skills gap The Western Union Foundation has committed a grant of $250,000 to the Denver Public Schools (DPS) Foundation in support of innovative programs in DPS, with a strategic focus on narrowing Colorado’s skills gap. The grant is being made as The Western Union Company makes a significant and long-term commitment to Denver , as the location of its global headquarters.

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    7. Tech employment in state increases by 6,530 jobs

      Tech employment in state increases by 6,530 jobs

      DENVER — Employment in Colorado’s technology industry increased by an estimated 6,530 jobs in 2017 and the industry’s contribution to the state’s economy climbed to more than $43 billion, according to an industry advocacy association. The association, CompTIA, said in a report this week that 2017 tech employment in Colorado grew by 2.3 percent, the 10th highest rate in the country. With 285,300 workers, Colorado ranks 15th among the 50 states and the District of Columbia in net tech employment.

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    8. Denver a top 10 U.S. city for entrepreneurs, startups, says report

      Denver a top 10 U.S. city for entrepreneurs, startups, says report

      Denver's one of the top 10 cities in the country for entrepreneurs and startups, according to a new report. Business.org, a website that provides research, product reviews and recommendations to business owners, said it surveyed 300 U.S.cities and ranked the top 40, according to "their start-up friendliness, as well as financial environments and demographic cultures."

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    9. Facebook latest tech giant to hire in Denver

      Facebook is hiring tech workers in Denver as it begins to build a presence in the city. The Menlo Park, California-based company has posted online notices for 10 types of positions it wants to fill in the city. Online publication BizDen reported Tuesday that Facebook is leasing the seventh floor of a building near Union Station, at 1900 16th St. The Facebook online careers page has recently added Denver as one of its locations.

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