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    1. Apple plans to more than double the size of its workforce in Boulder

      Apple plans to more than double the size of its workforce in Boulder

      Apple is doubling down on its commitment to high-tech jobs and its workforce nationwide, and that includes more jobs in Colorado. The iPhone maker on Thursday announced plans for a $1 billion, 5,000-job campus in Austin, Texas, but added it has plans to add tech jobs in a number of cities, including Boulder, Pittsburgh and New York.

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    2. Colorado hospital uses AI to get patients out the door faster

      Colorado hospital uses AI to get patients out the door faster

      Several years ago, Noomi Hirsch’s team at Lutheran Medical Center took a closer look at how the hospital discharged patients and the results were eye-opening. “We figured out there were 279 individual steps a patient needed to go through before they could leave the hospital,” said Hirsch, vice president of operations for the SCL Health-owned hospital in Wheat Ridge. “At that point, it really kicked off our focus of streamlining that part of the operation.” Since October, Lutheran has been piloting Qventus, an artificial intelligence platform that aims to make the process of discharging patients more efficient.

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    3. New University of Colorado Hospital CEO brings robust telehealth experience

      New University of Colorado Hospital CEO brings robust telehealth experience

      Gessner, 52, comes from Pennsylvania where he was president of University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Children’s Hospital and Western Psychiatric Hospital. While there, he launched a number of virtual health services, including an international pediatric telemedicine center, and embedded behavioral health services in primary care settings.

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    4. Colorado startup starts shipping snow-fighting robots, but expects lawn maintenance to be the money-maker

      Colorado startup starts shipping snow-fighting robots, but expects lawn maintenance to be the money-maker

      There’s a flurry of activity up in Longmont as a startup there prepares to launch a fleet of snow-fighting robots. As winter gets ready for another season, Left Hand Robotics’s 14-person team is working to ship out 20 SnowBot Pro machines to a variety of clients, including one of the country’s largest colleges and some municipalities that are looking to cut down on personnel and overtime costs when it comes to clearing unpredictable snow.

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    5. Slack's arrival is 'huge stamp of approval' for Denver as next big tech hub

      Slack's arrival is 'huge stamp of approval' for Denver as next big tech hub

      Validation. It’s a word that a handful of executives uttered over the past few months when asked what it means for Denver to attract Slack — one of the hottest tech companies right now that’s rumored to undergo a huge initial public offering next year — to pick the city as the site for a potential second headquarters and hire as many as 550 employees.

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    6. Dish Network taps Colorado's CIO as its next chief digital officer

      Dish Network taps Colorado's CIO as its next chief digital officer

      The woman who overhauled Colorado’s antiquated computer systems to make things like applying for food stamps and driver’s licenses more efficient is bringing her expertise back to a well-known satellite TV operator in the state. Dish Network said Wednesday that it has hired Suma Nallapati as its senior vice president and chief digital officer. Nallapati currently serves on Gov. John Hickenlooper’s cabinet as secretary of technology and as the state’s chief information officer.

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    7. How this Denver cybersecurity is spending its $30 million raise

      How this Denver cybersecurity is spending its $30 million raise

      A Denver cybersecurity firm that helps businesses assess the vulnerability of their vendors continues to grow after closing its third round of funding in as many years. Cyber Global Risk Exchange Inc. (CyberGRX) raised $30 million in a Series C funding round led by Scale Venture Partners. The firm, located in Denver’s Lower Downtown neighborhood, has now raised $59 million since it was founded in 2015.

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    8. Lime launches bright green e-bikes in Denver

      Lime launches bright green e-bikes in Denver

      New e-bikes hit the streets of Denver today and you won’t have a hard time spotting them. Lime, which brought bright green scooters to the Mile High City earlier this year, launched its even-brighter e-bikes on Monday. Similar to Uber’s Jump bikes, which launched in August, the e-bikes pedal like a traditional bicycle, but also include an electric motor that provides an extra boost during the trip.

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    9. Tech firm that has grown 300% in Denver over past year moves into new downtown office

      Tech firm that has grown 300% in Denver over past year moves into new downtown office

      A San Jose software maker that has grown its Denver headcount by 300 percent in the past year has moved into a new office downtown to accommodate its rapid growth. Last month, Vista Equity-owned Xactly moved into two stories in the Chase Bank building in downtown Denver at 1125 17th St., where it plans to grow a headcount larger than any of its other offices, including its headquarters in California. It previously operated at Blake and 19th streets. Today, 220 employees, from engineers to sales, work in Denver.

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    10. Denver gov-tech firm not done buying companies, after 4th acquisition in past year

      Denver gov-tech firm not done buying companies, after 4th acquisition in past year

      Denver-based Granicus keeps growing as it closed its fourth acquisition in the last 12 months this week. The cloud software maker for state and local governments acquired government records management provider SouthTech Systems. Financial terms of the deal with the Southern California-based gov-tech company weren’t disclosed, but Granicus will add its two principals, Grant Gyulnazaryan and Jose Dominguez, in addition to the company’s 50 employees, to its headcount.

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    11. Facebook officially opens downtown Denver office (Photos)

      Facebook officially opens downtown Denver office (Photos)

      Facebook has officially friended Denver. Employees of the social media giant started working out of their downtown Denver office at 1900 16th St. on Monday, company officials confirmed. Those employees are focused on building out and maintaining Facebook’s infrastructure. Facebook has leased 23,663 square feet of space on one floor in the building, which can support more than 100 workers. The Menlo Park, California-based company started hiring for jobs in Denver last spring. 

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    12. New Colorado Bioscience Association CEO says finding new capital for industry is top priority

      New Colorado Bioscience Association CEO says finding new capital for industry is top priority

      The Colorado Bioscience Association announced Jennifer Jones Paton as its new president and CEO Thursday. Jones Paton, 31, has served as the association’s vice president, responsible for partnerships, communications and policy work, since 2016. She replaces April Giles as CEO, who took a position with the Fitzsimons Innovation Community in August.

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    13. Another Bay Area tech company has growth plans for its Denver office

      Another Bay Area tech company has growth plans for its Denver office

      Add Sumo Logic to the ring of Silicon Valley tech companies growing their Denver offices. The data analytics software maker opened its Denver office in 2015 with three people and has since expanded to 35 employees in an office at 17th and Arapahoe. The company plans to hit at least 50 employees in the next two years, said Chris Bowman, who leads the Denver office.

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