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    1. Co-working space to launch in Longmont

      Co-working space to launch in Longmont

      LONGMONT – Terry Gold and his partners aren’t trying to replicate Boulder’s startup community in Longmont. But they do believe the city has a niche all its own that can lead to a thriving startup scene nonetheless.

      That’s part of the reason the group is opening Launch Longmont, a co-working space in the Longmont Times-Call building that eventually will morph into an incubator and accelerator as well.

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    2. Tech startup of the month: OpenSnow

      Tech startup of the month: OpenSnow

      Initial Lightbulb: OpenSnow CEO Joel Gratz started skiing when he was 4 years old and avidly watched The Weather Channel throughout childhood. So, it’s no wonder he became a meteorologist.

      He started the Colorado Powder Forecast blog and newsletter in 2007 after a ski trip to Breckenridge in 2005, during which 6 inches at Breck was dwarfed by a storm up north.

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    3. O’Neil Group plans ‘innovation district’ for downtown Springs

      O’Neil Group plans ‘innovation district’ for downtown Springs

      The Colorado Springs-based O’Neil Group Company bought the historic Homburg buildings with plans to create an “innovation district” in downtown Colorado Springs. Company executives announced their plans Friday morning to transform the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railroad Passenger Depot and surrounding buildings near the corner of Colorado and Pikes Peak avenues into what will be… Continue Reading O’Neil Group plans ‘innovation district’ for downtown Springs

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    4. Boulder's Training Peaks creates top athletes with web and mobile apps

      Boulder's Training Peaks creates top athletes with web and mobile apps
      Step inside Training Peak's office in north Boulder and you’re likely to notice the "pain cave." That’s the nickname affectionately given to their indoor fitness facility, complete with trainers, weights and cardio equipment. It's a testament to the company's mission and the drive within their employees — working out is more than just a side activity for the staff here.
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    5. FCC clears Level 3 purchase of TW Telecom

      FCC clears Level 3 purchase of TW Telecom

      The Federal Communications Commission on Friday gave the go ahead for Level 3 Communications Inc.'s $5.3 billion purchase of TW Telecom Inc. The FCC approval comes days before the shareholders of both Denver metro-area telecoms vote on the cash and stock deal. Broomfield-based Level 3 (NYSE: LVLT) and Douglas County-based TW Telecom (Nasdaq: TWTC) announced the cash and stock deal June 16. The overall deal's value reaches $7.3 billion including TW Telecom's $1.6 billion in corporate debt. The…

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    6. Boulder VCs invest $5.5 million in Ello's ad-free social network

      Boulder VCs invest $5.5 million in Ello's ad-free social network

      Don't count Foundry Group and Bullet Time Ventures among the skeptics of startup social network Ello's prospects as a business. The Boulder-based venture capital firms invested in a $5.5 million round to Ello, the companies announced Thursday. The money helps fuel the booming startup's expansion as it's been inundated with people joining by the hundreds of thousands.

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    7. WÜF aims to unleash smart dog collar

      WÜF aims to unleash smart dog collar

      With the introduction of the Apple Watch and a host of other smart watches that are already on the shelves, the idea of smart, wearable technology is heating up, and not just for humans. Now dogs are getting wearable tech, too.

      Technologically advanced dog collars already exist and allow owners to communicate or track their pups with GPS. WÜF is aiming introduce a new smart collar that includes a variety of different sensors to help train dogs -- and their owners -- to be better pals.

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    8. Faster Internet feeds Boulder's Zayo: IPO jumps 16%

      Faster Internet feeds Boulder's Zayo: IPO jumps 16%

      Shaky financial markets didn't stop Zayo Group Holdings Inc. from going public Friday. The Boulder-based Internet company, which has thrived while quenching the world's thirst for faster Internet, jumped 20 percent before ending its first day on the New York Stock Exchange at $22, up 15.8 percent, and valuing the company at $5.3 billion.

      The volatile market forced Zayo to lower its expectations of raising $650 million this week by offering 28.9 million shares priced $21 to $24.

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    9. Colorado companies continued to attract more VC funds through Q3

      Colorado companies continued to attract more VC funds through Q3

      Colorado isn't seeing more venture capital deals in 2014 than it did in 2013, but the amount of funds invested through the third quarter was significantly higher than it was in the same period last year. Through the third quarter, Colorado companies attracted $443.2 million in VC funding, compared with $362.4 million through the first three quarters of 2013, according to a MoneyTree report released late Thursday.

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