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    1. San Francisco tech company opens its second-largest office in Denver

      San Francisco tech company opens its second-largest office in Denver

      CircleCI, a San Francisco-based software development company, has expanded into the Denver market. The company, which focuses on a platform that lets other software developers build, test and deliver their code continuously and without having to wait, has already hired 10 people for its Denver office with plans to bring on 15 more before the end of the year.

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    2. Angi Homeservices CEO talks revenue growth, marketing strategy after Q1 revenue bump

      Angi Homeservices CEO talks revenue growth, marketing strategy after Q1 revenue bump

      ANGI Homeservices said moving forward it's focusing on more valuable customers rather than just more customers. Those customers come from two sides of the business, which includes Angie’s List, HomeAdvisor, Handy and Fixd. On the provider side, the company is looking to capacity, CEO Brandon Ridenour told Denver Business Journal in an interview following a first-quarter conference call for ANGI and its parent company, IAC.

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    3. Zayo to be acquired for $14.3 billion

      Zayo to be acquired for $14.3 billion

      After months of speculation, Boulder-based Zayo Group Holdings Inc. has agreed to sell itself for $14.3 billion to a consortium of private equity firms. The consortium — which incudes Digital Colony Partners, EQT Fund Manager and Devonshire Investors — has acquired the telecom company for $35 per share, a 32% premium on the company’s price average. The deal includes the assumption of $5.9 billion of Zayo’s net debt.

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    4. Galvanize names new CEO, executive chairman

      Galvanize names new CEO, executive chairman

      Galvanize has named a new CEO, appointing Harsh Patel to the role. The Denver-based technology education program has also added Karl Maier as executive chairman and Bill Cummings as the executive vice president of enterprise. Al Rosabal, former CEO, is stepping down from the role. Patel has a background as an educator. He previously came on-board with Galvanize following its acquisition last year of Hack Reactor, an operator of immersive coding programs. Patel was CEO of Hack Reactor.

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    5. T-Mobile's Layer3 TV rebrand to launch in 8 U.S. cities, including Longmont

      T-Mobile's Layer3 TV rebrand to launch in 8 U.S. cities, including Longmont

      T-Mobile is launching TVision Home, a rebrand of Layer3 TV, in eight markets — including Longmont. T-Mobile purchased Layer3 TV for $325 million in January 2018. Layer3T V formed in Denver in 2013 and had about 125 employees when it was purchased. It was a cable-like TV service. At the time it was acquired, Longmont was the only Colorado city where Layer3 offered service.

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    6. New York-based tech company tripled its Fort Collins footprint

      New York-based tech company tripled its Fort Collins footprint

      A New York tech company has expanded its Fort Collins footprint, with a larger office and plans to hire more employees. Persistent Systems LLC tripled the size of its office at 5042 Technology Parkway in Fort Collins and plans to grow its employee size to at least 65 people, Adrien Robenhymer, vice president of business development, told BizWest. Persistent Systems makes technology in the mobile ad hoc networking technology space, which is also known as MANET.

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    7. Technology helped Fort Collins prepare for blizzard conditions

      Technology helped Fort Collins prepare for blizzard conditions

      While Colorado was dealing with Wednesday’s blizzard conditions, Fort Collins’ Larry Schneider was focused on it on Tuesday. Schneider, director of operations for the street department for the city of Fort Collins, said that when a weather event comes, much of the decisions on how the roads are going to be handled are made the day before. That’s because of the technology available to help make those decisions.

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    8. Gov. Polis encourages female students to participate in cybersecurity challenge

      Gov. Polis encourages female students to participate in cybersecurity challenge

      A cybersecurity competition for female students is seeking registrants who can compete for scholarships. The Girls Go CyberStart challenge is open to girls in grades 9 through 12. It’s a no-cost online game of technical challenges meant to encourage young women to explore the field of cybersecurity. Registration is open until the game starts on March 20.

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    9. Panel: Supporting women in tech means recognizing unconscious bias

      Panel: Supporting women in tech means recognizing unconscious bias

      To create an office culture that champions women in tech and a diverse workplace takes a group effort, full of speaking up and recognizing unconscious biases. The “Women in Tech/ Diversity/ Unconscious Bias” panel at Fort Collins Startup Week unpacked how people might start creating a more inclusive office. “If we want things to change, we have to take steps to change them ourselves,” said Darlene Rouleau, a software engineer at Schneider Electric.

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    10. NOAA and NCAR to partner on computer modeling

      NOAA and NCAR to partner on computer modeling

      The National Center for Atmospheric Research and the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration are have formed a partnership in an effort to better computer modeling for weather and climate forecast systems. The two organizations, which have locations in Boulder, signed a Memorandum of Agreement establishing a new state-of-the-art framework that would design common modeling infrastructure.

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    11. Carbonite to acquire Webroot for $618.5M

      Carbonite to acquire Webroot for $618.5M

      BROOMFIELD — Carbonite Inc. (Nasdaq: CARB) will acquire Webroot Inc. for $618.5 million. Carbonite, a Boston-based data protection provider has decided to acquire the Broomfield-based cybersecurity company in order to address a top vulnerability in business — the endpoint. The two will take a comprehensive approach to protection through cloud-based cybersecurity, backup and protection.

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    12. Zayo to simplify business, releases quarterly results

      Zayo to simplify business, releases quarterly results

      BOULDER — Zayo Group Holdings Inc. (NYSE: ZAYO) posted second-quarter earnings per share of 13 cents, in line with analyst expectations. The Boulder-based telecommunications company recorded net income of $30.2 million, which included $36.1 million from the Communications Infrastructure business segment but also a $5.9 million loss from the Allstream segment. Still, second-quarter income more-than doubled from the same period last year, when it was $13.2 million.

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    13. A Fort Collins company is one of Apple’s top suppliers

      A Fort Collins company is one of Apple’s top suppliers

      Apple has shared that it spent $60 billion on 9,000 American component manufacturers for its products, including Broadcom in Fort Collins. The company makes wireless communication hardware that enables global connectivity, Apple said in its news release. The global tech giant added that it grew its investment in American component suppliers by 10 percent and supported more than 450,000 jobs in 2018.

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