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    1. Hot Denver startup bought by California's VSCO

      Hot Denver startup bought by California's VSCO

      Artifact Uprising, the fast-growing Denver online photobook startup, has been bought by Visual Supply Co., an Oakland, California-based maker of apps and software for creative industries. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Artifact Uprising will remain in Denver as an autonomous business, the companies said. The deal is intended to help the 14-employee Artifact Uprising expand and keep adding online sales of its hand-crafted photobooks.

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    2. 5 Colorado startups to help you make the most out of 2015

      5 Colorado startups to help you make the most out of 2015
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      It's that time again. That time when you look back at the past 12 months and resolve not to eat so many cookies, skip the gym so much, and be such a workaholic. With so much amazing technology available at our fingertips, especially from local companies grown in Colorado, there's no excuse not to put those resolutions into action this year by utilizing these local startups and their products. If your resolution is to...

      Get fit:

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    3. Colorado Springs faces tough question: Where have all the workers gone?

      Colorado Springs faces tough question: Where have all the workers gone?

      On the surface, the numbers are encouraging: The Colorado Springs area's unemployment rate declined by nearly a third, from 7.8 percent in October 2013 to 5.4 percent in October of this year.

      But dig a little deeper, and a bleaker picture emerges. Nearly half of the drop in the jobless rate resulted from more than 3,500 area residents leaving the local labor force. The cause is unclear, since there's no up-to-the-minute Census data that might help explain it.

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    4. Colorado Roundup: Missile Batteries, Blue Ocean, and Funding News

      Colorado Roundup: Missile Batteries, Blue Ocean, and Funding News

      Here are a few bits of recent news from startups around Colorado:

      Solid Power goes ballistic: Solid Power, a Louisville, CO-based startup spun out of the University of Colorado-Boulder, announced a unique partnership earlier this month. It’s working with the Air Force to make batteries for the intercontinental ballistic missiles that carry nuclear warheads.

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    5. In-depth report: The high tech worker shortage & how Obama's executive order on immigration changes it

      In-depth report: The high tech worker shortage & how Obama's executive order on immigration changes it
      President Obama’s November executive order deferring the deportation of millions of illegal immigrants has set off a lot of angry news talk. Unfortunately, that chatter has drowned out straight discussion about the part of the executive order that deals with high tech workers and about why immigration reform is needed in the first place. For those of us in the startup community, this reform is particularly interesting.

      What's the problem?

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    6. Denver lands Panasonic Enterprise Solutions near airport

      Denver lands Panasonic Enterprise Solutions near airport

      Panasonic Enterprise Solutions will locate a new technology center and business solutions hub near Denver International Airport, bringing about 300 jobs to Denver, city officials confirmed Thursday.

      The facility will be located at a 400-acre transit-oriented development called Peña Boulevard Station at 61st Street and Peña Boulevard, where a commuter rail line is expected to open in 2016.

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    7. Boulder won't stand in the way of Google

      Boulder won't stand in the way of Google

      The Boulder City Council won't second-guess the planning board's approval of Google's plans to build a four-acre campus in town. The Daily Camera reports that although some members of the city council expressed concerns about a few aspects of the project, they didn't recommend reviewing the planning board's decision, which was reached earlier this month after a seven-hour meeting.

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    8. Colorado secures $65M for health care innovation

      Colorado secures $65M for health care innovation

      Colorado has been given $65 million that will be used over the next four years toward developing a plan to integrate physical and mental health care. The State Innovation Model funding came from the federal Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. Gov. John Hickenlooper on Tuesday announced the awarding of the grant. The governor said in a statement the money "will support our efforts in another critical factor of well-being, which is the integration of physical and behavioral health.

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    9. 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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