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    1. Dish Network giving up ad-skipping tech in deals with broadcasters

      Dish Network giving up ad-skipping tech in deals with broadcasters

      A detail lost in some of the noise over Dish Network Corp. resolving its contract spat with CBS last week was this: the satellite TV company gave up some commercial-skipping features of its Hopper set-top box to get a deal. It's not the first time Douglas County-based Dish Network has altered the set-top Hopper's ad-skipping, either.

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    2. WorldRemit establishes North American headquarters in Denver

      WorldRemit establishes North American headquarters in Denver

      Denver will be the North American headquarters of WorldRemit, a London-based financial services firm.

      The firm has leased 11,126 square feet of office space at 600 17th St. in downtown Denver. It expects to open the office early next year with a staff of 100 anticipated by December 2015. The company projects its staff will grow to 218 employees within five years.

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    3. MapQuest Professors Host “Hour of Code” Academy

      MapQuest Professors Host “Hour of Code” Academy

      MapQuest, Inc., today launched a weeklong program dedicated to providing Denver Public School students with an “Hour of Code” instruction. Over the course of Computer Science Week (Dec. 8-14), each MapQuest employee in its headquarter office will lead an “Hour of Code” session providing code curriculum, an introduction to real careers that STEM education can lead to ...

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    4. Blackstone picks Zayo's Dan Caruso to help startups get to next level

      Blackstone picks Zayo's Dan Caruso to help startups get to next level

      The Blackstone Entrepreneurs Network, an organization created to help startups get to the next level, added Zayo Group CEO Dan Caruso as its steering committee chairman for 2015.

      Caruso, who co-founded Boulder-based Zayo in 2007, led the company to one of the biggest technology public offerings this year.

      "The Front Range is home to so many innovative startup companies, and we must continue to foster collaboration and growth to keep them in Colorado," Caruso said.

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    5. More Denver-area CIOs plan to add IT workers in early 2015

      More Denver-area CIOs plan to add IT workers in early 2015

      A new survey of Denver-area chief information officers shows that 18 percent plan to add to their information-technology teams in the first half of 2015 — up six percentage points from the results of a similar survey six months earlier.

      The Robert Half Technology IT Hiring Forecast and Local Trend Report for Denver, released Tuesday, indicates that another 67 percent of local CIOs plan to hire to fill vacant IT positions in early 2015, but not to add to their staffs. Seventy-nine percent gave…

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    6. DIA grants ride-sharing permit to UberX days after granting it to Lyft

      DIA grants ride-sharing permit to UberX days after granting it to Lyft

      Denver International Airport on Monday said it's given an operating permit to Uber that will allow its ride-sharing service, UberX, to pick up and drop off passengers on the public levels of the airport — Levels 4 and 6. Uber's black car service already picks up and drops off passengers on Level 5, the level set aside for public transportation and commercial vehicles such as taxis and limousines.

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    7. Behind the scenes of Kickstarting a smart dog collar

      Behind the scenes of Kickstarting a smart dog collar

      Just before midnight on Thanksgiving, Lizelle van Vuuren hit the green button on her computer screen and Wüf, a smart dog-collar under development for nearly two years, launched its Kickstarter campaign.

      Within minutes, Wüf got its first backer. Sure, it was a good friend of van Vuuren's. But that's how many crowdfunding projects should start — with support from friends and family. Twelve hours later, the campaign was at 10 percent of its $50,000 goal.

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    8. Denver E-Commerce Startup Active Junky Preps for Holidays, Big 2015

      Denver E-Commerce Startup Active Junky Preps for Holidays, Big 2015

      Michael Davidson

      Whether on the ski slopes or outside shops, it’s going to be a busy next few days for a lot of people in Colorado.

      Shoppers will be lining up for Black Friday bargains or surfing for Cyber Monday steals. Up in the high country, skiers and snowboarders from around the world will be flocking to resorts while on their holiday breaks.

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    9. Led by Sherpa, ski areas go high-tech

      Skiing in Colorado has turned high-tech, with smartphone apps specific to markers on mountains, giving directions to the deep snow and even telling the users what’s on the menu. Hand in hand with the high-tech, terrain at some ski areas has been molded to the younger skier, targeting families introducing young children to the sport.… Continue Reading Led by Sherpa, ski areas go high-tech

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