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    1. 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.

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    2. CenturyLink to switch CEOs in May, accelerating leadership change

      CenturyLink to switch CEOs in May, accelerating leadership change

      Jeff Storey, ex-CEO of Level 3, will be promoted sooner than expected and become CenturyLink's CEO and president at the telecom's shareholder meeting in May. Glen Post III, the longtime CEO of Monroe, Louisiana-based CenturyLink. Inc. (NYSE: CTL), will retire at the company gathering, not on Jan. 1, 2019 as was previously announced. Post also will step down from being chairman of the CenturyLink board, a position he was previously expected to remain in after retiring as CEO.

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    3. Broomfield software business buys company to expand its Salesforce product lineup (Video)

      Conga, whose software is used by thousands of companies to make and manage documents with Salesforce.com’s platform, is acquiring another document-generation technology company in a move to expand Conga’s product line.

      Broomfield-based Conga reached a definitive agreement to acquire Indianapolis-based Octiv in a transaction expected to close within the quarter.

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    4. Denver metro-area jobs study finds major industries outpacing national growth

      Software and IT employment grew 32 percent in the Denver metro area over the past five years, making it fastest growing among nine major industry clusters the Denver Metro Economic Development Corp. highlights in its latest annual study, which was issued Thursday. Software and IT outpaced the industry’s growth nationwide and its growth made the Denver area the eighth-highest concentration of software and IT workers among major U.S. cities.

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    5. 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.”

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    6. 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.

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    7. Peak 10 + ViaWest changes its name following merger

      Peak 10 + ViaWest changes its name following merger

      The ViaWest brand name will begin to disappear in coming months as the data center and IT company, called Peak 10 + ViaWest, rebrands itself following last year’s merger.

      The Charlotte-based company changed its name to Flexential Inc. on Thursday.

      The $1.7 billion purchase of Denver-based ViaWest by Peak 10 last summer created a national company with 40 data centers in 21 U.S. metropolitan areas.

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