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    1. A new HQ for HomeAdvisor: HUB breaks ground in RiNo

      A new HQ for HomeAdvisor: HUB breaks ground in RiNo

      The HUB, a 275,00-square-foot mixed-use development at 3601 Walnut St. in Denver's River North area, broke ground Wednesday after a year of speculation about the project. Tech firm HomeAdvisor will take up 70,000 square feet of office space in the HUB, relocating its headquarters from Lakewood. The firm plans to move 350 employees there.

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    2. French driverless shuttle firm picks Denver as U.S. headquarters

      French driverless shuttle firm picks Denver as U.S. headquarters

      A French company that makes driverless shuttle vehicles has picked Denver as the site of its U.S. headquarters. EasyMile said it's moving into the Panasonic development near Pena Boulevard and Denver International Airport. Last week, the company demonstrated its autonomous shuttles with the Regional Transportation District in Denver.

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    3. Colorado cybersecurity company in trouble; faces auction of its assets

      Colorado cybersecurity company in trouble; faces auction of its assets

      A Colorado cybersecurity company that moved its headquarters to the state late last year is in danger of having its assets auctioned. Root9B Holdings Inc. (Nasdaq: RTNB), which moved its corporate headquarters to Colorado Springs from Charlotte, North Carolina in December, said it received a foreclosure notice indicating that its secured creditors intend "to sell substantially all of RTNB's assets at an auction to conclude on August 31."

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    4. Fintech and Fort Lewis College Power Durango's Growth

      Fintech and Fort Lewis College Power Durango's Growth

      Along Colorado’s western slope, the combination of a growing financial tech (fintech) sector and top-notch engineering talent coming out of Fort Lewis College has Durango well positioned for the future.

      Mercury Payment Systems – a leader in credit card processing and payments – long had been at the center of everything Durango tech, and that’s continued since Vantiv acquired them in 2014. What’s sprouted is an intriguing mix of fintech that often can be traced back to Vantiv/Mercury. Upstarts like Obsidian and Monetary are building out a presence that’s quickly making headlines.

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    5. Why go into the office? Denver area embraces telecommuting

      Why go into the office? Denver area embraces telecommuting

      Why should you go into the office when telecommuting is available for many workers? The Denver and Boulder areas are some of the top telecommuting cities in the country, according to a new report. According to the " 2017 State of Telecommuting in the U.S. Employee Workforce" report created by FlexJobs and Global Workplace Analytics, Boulder is the nation's top telecommuting city, with 8.5 percent of the total workforce who telecommute.

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