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    1. CU Denver is Colorado's only CIBER school. Here's what that means for business.

      CU Denver is Colorado's only CIBER school. Here's what that means for business.

      U Denver just received $1.28 million in federal funding to remain a Center for International Business Education and Research, or CIBER. That makes it one of just 15 CIBERs in the nation, and one of the top three when considering total grants received. But what is a CIBER, and what does it mean for Colorado? Denver Business Journal asked CIBER faculty leader and Associate Professor of International Business Manuel Serapio to lay it out.

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    2. More scooters spin into Denver, but with a twist

      More scooters spin into Denver, but with a twist

      Hundreds more e-scooters are hitting Denver's sidewalks today, but the company is taking a markedly different approach than its rivals. Some might even call it a charm offensive. San Francisco-based Spin has approval from the city to deploy 350 scooters — the maximum allowed by law, and the same number competitors Lyft, Lime and Bird are each currently said to have scooting around Denver. But rather than flood the zone, Spin says it wants to ensure it understands the market before unleashing its full fleet. It's also making an effort to appeal to consumers, government and even bike-lane proponents.

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    3. Here's how many scooters and e-bikes are cruising in Denver, and how many more are in store

      Here's how many scooters and e-bikes are cruising in Denver, and how many more are in store

      This has been Denver's summer of the scooter, and the city's sidewalks are about to see hundreds more as its residents trade in their iced coffees for pumpkin spice lattes. Companies that make dockless electric scooters and bicycles have come a long way since June, when Denver Public Works was confiscating them from sidewalks.

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    4. Colorado employers add 33 percent more jobs in April, unemployment rate drops

      Colorado employers add 33 percent more jobs in April, unemployment rate drops

      Colorado employers in Colorado added 5,400 non-farm jobs to their payrolls in April, a 33 percent increase from March. The number of people actively participating in the state's labor force increased by 6,800 to just over 3 million, according to the latest report from the Colorado Department of Labor and employment. The number of unemployed dropped by 2,500, with 9,300 more people reporting themselves as employed.

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