1. Featured Articles

    49-72 of 759 « 1 2 3 4 5 6 ... 30 31 32 »
    1. Tech employment in state increases by 6,530 jobs

      Tech employment in state increases by 6,530 jobs

      DENVER — Employment in Colorado’s technology industry increased by an estimated 6,530 jobs in 2017 and the industry’s contribution to the state’s economy climbed to more than $43 billion, according to an industry advocacy association. The association, CompTIA, said in a report this week that 2017 tech employment in Colorado grew by 2.3 percent, the 10th highest rate in the country. With 285,300 workers, Colorado ranks 15th among the 50 states and the District of Columbia in net tech employment.

      Read Full Article
    2. Denver a top 10 U.S. city for entrepreneurs, startups, says report

      Denver a top 10 U.S. city for entrepreneurs, startups, says report

      Denver's one of the top 10 cities in the country for entrepreneurs and startups, according to a new report. Business.org, a website that provides research, product reviews and recommendations to business owners, said it surveyed 300 U.S.cities and ranked the top 40, according to "their start-up friendliness, as well as financial environments and demographic cultures."

      Read Full Article
    3. Facebook latest tech giant to hire in Denver

      Facebook is hiring tech workers in Denver as it begins to build a presence in the city. The Menlo Park, California-based company has posted online notices for 10 types of positions it wants to fill in the city. Online publication BizDen reported Tuesday that Facebook is leasing the seventh floor of a building near Union Station, at 1900 16th St. The Facebook online careers page has recently added Denver as one of its locations.

      Read Full Article
    4. Colorado Springs cybersecurity symposium stresses avoiding disclosing personal information

      Colorado Springs cybersecurity symposium stresses avoiding disclosing personal information

      Hackers and cyber criminals aren't so much trying to attack computer network security measures as they are looking for vulnerabilities in people who use and operate those networks as a gateway to access them.

      That point was hammered home by the winning team of hackers during a cybersecurity "war game" hosted by information technology giant SAIC last week during the Rocky Mountain Cybersecurity Symposium at The Broadmoor hotel.

      Read Full Article
    5. California OKs autonomous car testing without backup drivers

      California OKs autonomous car testing without backup drivers

      LOS ANGELES (AP) — Driverless cars will be tested in California for the first time without a person behind a steering wheel under new rules approved Monday for the fast-developing technology.

      The regulations are a major step toward getting autonomous vehicles to dealerships and onto the streets of California, where companies such as Tesla and Waymo are leading the way on the technology.

      Read Full Article
    6. Google shows off new Boulder campus, funds K-12 computer science program (Photos)

      Google shows off new Boulder campus, funds K-12 computer science program (Photos)

      Google Inc. showed off its new Boulder offices on Wednesday, letting the media tour the pair of 100,000-square-foot buildings the online giant moved its 800 local workers into Dec. 4.

      The space, off 30th and Pearl streets, is where the company plans to expand to employ 1,500 people after a third building on the property is built.

      “It’s an opportunity to grow locally,” said Scott Green, Google’s site director in Boulder “and it improves our collaboration.”

      Read Full Article
    7. Maxar Technologies, parent of DigitalGlobe, moves 800-job HQ to Colorado

      Maxar Technologies, parent of DigitalGlobe, moves 800-job HQ to Colorado

      The Canadian parent company of DigitalGlobe is moving its headquarters to Westminster and plans to create more than 800 new corporate jobs for the space technology company there in coming years. Maxar Technologies Ltd. (NYSE and TSX: MAXR) makes satellites and develops related data and analysis services to companies and government agencies.

      Read Full Article
    8. DaVita officials expound on potential acquistions with cash windfall

      DaVita officials expound on potential acquistions with cash windfall

      Flush with $4.9 billion in cash from the pending sale of its medical group and as much as $130 million in expected benefits from federal tax reform, DaVita Inc. (NYSE: DVA) CEO Kent Thiry said Tuesday that the company will look to repurchase shares, grow its kidney-care business and make “a limited number of investments” in other health-care companies.

      Read Full Article
    49-72 of 759 « 1 2 3 4 5 6 ... 30 31 32 »
  1. Popular Articles

  2. Categories

    1. Feeds:

      CTA Members Press Releases, CTA Tech Tour, Government & Policy, Tech Workforce & Education
    2. Tags:

      B2B Software, Big Data & Analytics, Business Services Provider, Cloud, Community Organizations, Consumer Software, Development, Energy Tech, Enterprise, Government, Hardware, Health IT, Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Internet of Things, Mobile, Security, Startups, Telecom, Women In Tech