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    1. Ball gets NASA contract to work on next-generation space telescope

      Ball gets NASA contract to work on next-generation space telescope

      NASA has awarded Ball Aerospace and Technologies Corporation a $113.2 million contract to help build a next-generation space telescope. According to NASA, the Colorado company will design, analyze, develop, fabricate, integrate, test and evaluate the Wide Field Instrument Opto-Mechanical Assembly for the upcoming Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope (WFIRST) mission.

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    2. The Commons on Champa helped create 47 companies

      The Commons on Champa helped create 47 companies

      The Commons on Champa supported 63 entrepreneurs founding 47 companies in its new nine-week business development accelerator program, resulting in more than 60 new jobs in downtown Denver, according to a report from the Downtown Denver Partnership.

      The Commons on Champa is a nationally recognized public entrepreneurship center led by the Downtown Denver Partnership. Its business development accelerator program is called CO.Starters at The Commons.

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    3. Colorado employers add 33 percent more jobs in April, unemployment rate drops

      Colorado employers add 33 percent more jobs in April, unemployment rate drops

      Colorado employers in Colorado added 5,400 non-farm jobs to their payrolls in April, a 33 percent increase from March. The number of people actively participating in the state's labor force increased by 6,800 to just over 3 million, according to the latest report from the Colorado Department of Labor and employment. The number of unemployed dropped by 2,500, with 9,300 more people reporting themselves as employed.

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    4. 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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    5. 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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    6. 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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    7. 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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    8. 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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    9. 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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    10. 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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    11. 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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    12. 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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