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    1. Bennet, Gardner urge FCC to ensure access to affordable broadband in rural communities | General | hpj.com

      Bennet, Gardner urge FCC to ensure access to affordable broadband in rural communities | General | hpj.com

      Colorado U.S. Senators Michael Bennet, D, and Cory Gardner, R, along with a bipartisan group of nearly 40 senators, recently sent a letter to Federal Communications Commission officials urging them to affirm their commitment to provide affordable and reliable broadband for consumers in the hardest to reach communities across rural America.

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    2. It's official: SendGrid makes moves toward an IPO

      It's official: SendGrid makes moves toward an IPO

      This week, Denver-based SendGrid filed an S-1 registration statement with the SEC relating to the proposed initial public offering of its common stock. The Techstars grad, which delivers cloud-based email services for more than 55,000 customers worldwide, was founded in 2009 and has since grown steadily, opening offices in London, San Francisco and Orange County and expanding to a team of more than 400 employees across markets.

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    3. New CEO remaking National Cybersecurity Center as think tank

      New CEO remaking National Cybersecurity Center as think tank

      Vance Brown wants to turn the Colorado Springs-based National Cybersecurity Center from a membership-based fire department for computer hacks suffered by small businesses into a self-supporting think tank for online security.

      That's a major change from Gov. John Hickenlooper's vision when he unveiled plans for the center last year during his State of the State address.

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    4. Apple hiring software engineers to work in Denver

      Apple hiring software engineers to work in Denver

      Apple Inc. is hiring experienced software engineers to work on network, big data and mapping technologies in Denver, joining the stream of big tech firms adding local offices. Since Sept. 12, the Cupertino, California-based tech giant has posted three software engineering jobs openings for a location in Denver. The openings come after spring rumors Apple could lease significant space in downtown for a technology development office.

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    5. Amazon should follow DaVita’s lead and not fall for the best cash offer

      Amazon should follow DaVita’s lead and not fall for the best cash offer

      Amazon recently made the day of chamber and economic development officials around the country when it announced plans to open a second corporate headquarters somewhere in North America. Communities are now busy preparing bids for the project, which many speculate will create a spirited competition to out-tax-break and out-incentivize each other to attract a headquarters with as many as 50,000 high-paying, quality jobs.

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    6. Colorado's HomeAdvisor and Angie's List combine into new public company

      Colorado's HomeAdvisor and Angie's List combine into new public company

      HomeAdvisor Inc.’s acquisition of rival Angie’s List has closed, and shares of the combined company -- connecting homeowners with remodeling contractors -- are trading publicly for the first time Monday morning.

      Shareholders of Angie’s List approved the transaction Friday and this week marks the start of a new public company, called Angi Homeservices Inc. (Nasdaq: ANGI).

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    7. A Colorado university lands in Reuter's 'Top 100' most innovative institutions in the world

      A Colorado university lands in Reuter's 'Top 100' most innovative institutions in the world

      A Colorado university system is among the world's 30 most innovative institutions, according to Reuters' third annual "Reuters Top 100."

      The University of Colorado (CU) system placed 29th in the ranking, up from 45th in last year's ranking. The CU system is made up of CU Boulder, CU-Colorado Springs, CU-Denver and CU Anschutz Medical Campus in Aurora.

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    8. Here are the 25 people helping Gov. John Hickenlooper rethink the state’s public school system | Chalkbeat

      Here are the 25 people helping Gov. John Hickenlooper rethink the state’s public school system | Chalkbeat

      Colorado Education Commissioner Katy Anthes and state Rep. Bob Rankin, a Carbondale Republican, will lead a group of lawmakers, state and school officials and community members charged with reimagining Colorado public schools, the governor’s office announced Tuesday.

      The council was established in 2011 but became inactive. The 25-member task force’s new mission is to develop a strategic vision for the state’s public school system to help better prepare students for the 21st century workforce.













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