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    1. Startups no more? Denver's maturing tech scene getting funded and finding tech workers

      Startups no more? Denver's maturing tech scene getting funded and finding tech workers

      Used-car app Blinker takes aim at market dominated by Craigslist, eBay VictorOps, which has added 15 of its 60 employees since November, is also among a growing number of Colorado technology companies maturing beyond startup mode. Even as many startups fail, dozens of others are attracting millions in venture capital, hiring like mad and giving hope to the many other founders starting a venture of their own here.

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    2. Regis to open innovation center with $1 million gift from a neighbor

      Regis to open innovation center with $1 million gift from a neighbor

      Construction began Tuesday on a multidisciplinary space aimed to help Regis University’s business school train students to think critically, creatively and in a way that’s applicable to business needs a decade from now. The private Jesuit school plans to open the Gronowski Innovation Incubator Lab on May 1.

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    3. Galvanize to train Colorado’s transportation employees in data science – The Denver Post

      Galvanize to train Colorado’s transportation employees in data science – The Denver Post

      Through the partnership, Galvanize instructors will teach state employees about tools and methods to make sense of all the data collected via street sensors, connected cars, autonomous vehicles and other future transportation technologies. In return, Galvanize can use state data to give students real-world problems to solve. “Building new lanes and bridges has its limits,” said Jim Deters, a Galvanize co-founder.

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    4. Galvanize to expand tech developer bootcamps with new $45M investment – The Denver Post

      Galvanize to expand tech developer bootcamps with new $45M investment – The Denver Post

      New York man rescued after fall on Crestone Needle With a fresh $45 million round of investment announced Monday, tech educator Galvanize plans to expand the way it teaches the business of web development and data science to students and helps companies looking to upgrade skills of existing employees. Online and off-campus classes intermingled with the traditional six-month, in-building program are in the works...

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    5. Denver-area tech companies growing up, growing out of startup office spaces – The Denver Post

      Denver-area tech companies growing up, growing out of startup office spaces – The Denver Post

      Bill McCartney, legendary CU Buffs football coach, has late-onset Alzheimer’s Denver’s technology startups are growing up and the real estate industry has noticed. CBRE, a commercial real estate broker, found that tech was the most active industry to expand in metro Denver office space last year, outdoing the perennial leader of financial services...

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    6. AOL founder Steve Case coming to Denver in a bus in search of startups – The Denver Post

      AOL founder Steve Case coming to Denver in a bus in search of startups – The Denver Post

      Darryl Glenn issues explanation of 1983 assault charge involving his father In life after co-founding America Online, Steve Case is riding a bus. Or at least he will be in early October, when he and his Revolution Growth investment team visit Denver in search of startups for his Rise of the Rest bus tour. “Denver is emerging as a great startup city and I think people in Denver sense that...

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    7. Comcast extends discounted internet service to another 1.3 million people

      Comcast extends discounted internet service to another 1.3 million people

      June 16, 2016 Boulder property owners now required to compost In Colorado, approximately 49,182 households receive HUD assistance, according to Comcast. For $9.95 a month, Internet Essentials subscribers get a Wi-Fi router and 10 megabits-per-second internet service. Users also can buy a computer for $150 and attend free tech classes . Internet Essentials launched in 2011 with Colorado being one of the first states to participate...

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    8. HomeAdvisor’s new home sweet home will be in Denver’s RiNo neighborhood – The Denver Post

      HomeAdvisor’s new home sweet home will be in Denver’s RiNo neighborhood – The Denver Post

      Walls are decorated with photographs of employee’s dream homes at the HomeAdvisor offices in Golden, CO March 01, 2013. Denver Post file In a move to attract more young workers, Golden-based HomeAdvisor has picked a new urban home in Denver’s River North Arts District, which has become a hub of hip restaurants, coworking spaces and construction, as developers eye their next dilapidated warehouse to renovate. The new headquarters, at 3601 Walnut St., is not yet built...

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    9. Comcast moving 1,000 employees to new Centennial location – The Denver Post

      Comcast moving 1,000 employees to new Centennial location – The Denver Post

      A new five-story office building going up in Centennial will house about 1,000 Comcast Corp. employees as part of an effort by the cable TV provider to consolidate several office leases. These are mostly not new jobs, said Comcast’s regional spokeswoman Leslie Oliver, who shared the update to last week’s story, “ Comcast signs up for five-building spec office project in Centennial .” Rather, folks employed by the Comcast Business division will move from existing Denver-area office locations where leases are expiring. “The majority of the employees will support our Comcast Business services operations and care support,” she said ...

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    10. Convercent raises $11 million, aims for profitability

      Convercent raises $11 million, aims for profitability

      Convercent raises $11 million, aims for profitability Denver firm aims to make compliance technology useful Share this: The 10 most memorable concerts in Red Rocks history A Denver tech firm that helps much larger companies stay in compliance with regulators and company ethics will announce Tuesday that it raised $11 million in its quest for profitability.

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    11. Mobile apps for food trucks, drilling and job matching win big at Go Code Colorado

      Mobile apps for food trucks, drilling and job matching win big at Go Code Colorado

      Esquire picked the 18 best bars in America, and two are in Denver Members of the Foodcaster team that won the Go Code Colorado 2016 challenge. Photo courtesy of Go Code Go Code Colorado , a statewide coding competition to create mobile apps for the good of Colorado residents, culminated Thursday night with three $25,000 winners .

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    12. Heck yeah, we're from Denver: MyHub

      Heck yeah, we're from Denver: MyHub

      Welcome to our feature highlighting the numerous Colorado tech companies that make cool stuff. These little snippets are intended for readers to explore the technology being made right here. One company at a time, of course.

      Ever plan a get together with the expectation that friends will chip in some money? Yeah, good luck with that. But your chances may be greater for covering party costs with the MyHub app, which merges the invite process with money collection.

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    13. AT&T invested $25 million to improve mobile service in Denver last year

      AT&T invested $25 million to improve mobile service in Denver last year

      Has your AT&T mobile service improved in the past year? The company sure hopes so. It spent about $25 million in Denver to upgrades its networks and improve coverage, reliability and speed, the company said Thursday.

      Officially, AT&T shared that it invested $300 million in its Denver wireless networks between 2013 to 2015. A year ago, in a similar update, AT&T invested $325 million between 2012 to 2014. If my math is correct, that means 2015 saw $25 million in improvements.

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    14. Denver gets 3rd place biz-innovation honor

      Denver gets 3rd place biz-innovation honor

      Add another honor to Denver and its business community. The latest is “Innovation That Matters 2016” from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, its Free Enterprise initiative and the 1776 global incubator. After studying 25 cities’ “readiness to capitalize on the inevitable shift to a digital economy,” Denver placed third...

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