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    1. 10.10.10 tackles healthcare issues -- entrepreneur-style

      10.10.10 tackles healthcare issues -- entrepreneur-style

      On Feb. 16 a new 10-day event called 10.10.10 launches. The event will take 10 former CEOs from around the country, introduce them to 10 problems in the U.S. healthcare industry and plant the seeds to create companies that will come up with solutions for the issues.

      "These are problems with significant problems with market opportunity," says 10.10.10 founder and Tom Higley, a Denver-based entrepreneurial guru and angel investor. "They're not big problems to us, they're wicked problems."

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    2. 2 Colorado cities named among top 10 innovative tech hubs (Slideshow)

      2 Colorado cities named among top 10 innovative tech hubs (Slideshow)

      Innovation and entrepreneurship thrive in Colorado — so much so that a new study says that two Colorado cities are among America's 10 most innovative tech hubs. The cities are among eight in the western U.S. that the report, from financial website NerdWallet, named as places where the impact of tech funding, innovation and startup activity are the strongest. Only two on the East Coast made the list. Click the image above to view the top 10 innovative hubs for startups, including what the study…

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    3. Three Colorado Startups Get Chance to Make Pitch at Google Demo Day

      Three Colorado Startups Get Chance to Make Pitch at Google Demo Day

      Three Colorado startups are making plans for a possible trip to Google’s headquarters in Mountain View, CA, where they could meet Google personnel and make their pitches before Silicon Valley investors and a worldwide audience watching online.

      The three startups—Conspire, Native, and RxRevu—beat out 13 other startups last week for the chance to present at this year’s Google Demo Day. The main event is scheduled for April 2

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    4. Digital Workshop Center innovates to bring technical skills to those entering digital world

      Digital Workshop Center innovates to bring technical skills to those entering digital world

      FORT COLLINS – Like many in the startup world, Stu Crair saw an opportunity and seized upon it. Crair, founder of Digital Workshop Center, was teaching adult education classes at Front Range Community College in Fort Collins when he noticed student satisfaction level was low for tech-related classes and many were cancelling before their class was over.

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    5. TechStars raises large startup investment fund

      TechStars raises large startup investment fund

      TechStars CEO and angel investor David Cohen has his $150 million venture fund to invest in startups and growing tech businesses. Cohen announced Wednesday that he's raised the $150 million TechStars Ventures Fund. It's intended to make seed-stage and Series A investments, largely in companies in the tech startup accelerator bootcamps that Boulder-based TechStars holds in the U.S. and Europe. It's not clear what limited partners put money into the TechStars fund. "It's a small group of some of…

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    6. Jobless-rate moves in 2014: Colorado best, Louisiana worst

      Jobless-rate moves in 2014: Colorado best, Louisiana worst

      WASHINGTON (AP) — Colorado's unemployment rate fell by a third. Louisiana's jumped nearly a quarter.

      Across the country, changes in unemployment rates varied from state to state in 2014, but collectively the numbers pointed to a year of substantial improvement: Jobless rates fell in 46 states, and every one except Mississippi added jobs.

      Even Louisiana's gain masked some good news: The state added a healthy number of jobs — just not enough to keep up with population growth.

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    7. Denver cloud technology startup raises $3.9M VC investment

      Denver cloud technology startup raises $3.9M VC investment

      Dizzion, a Denver-based maker of virtual computer technologies for businesses, has raised $3.9 million in venture capital, an investment that will help the company double its staffing in coming months. The series A investment was led by Grotech Ventures, a Vienna, Virginia-based firm with a Denver presence, and Access Venture Partners, based in Westminster. Point B Capital, Correlation Ventures and Service Provider Capital also participated in the round.

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