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    1. Tech PR firm expands to Denver, cites Colorado’s 'burgeoning tech scene'

      A California-based public relations firm that specializes in the technology industry said it's opening a new office in Denver. 10Fold Communications said it will initially staff its Denver office at 2950 Walnut St. in the RiNo neighborhood with a director, senior account executive and two account executives.

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    2. Colorado cybersecurity company in trouble; faces auction of its assets

      Colorado cybersecurity company in trouble; faces auction of its assets

      A Colorado cybersecurity company that moved its headquarters to the state late last year is in danger of having its assets auctioned. Root9B Holdings Inc. (Nasdaq: RTNB), which moved its corporate headquarters to Colorado Springs from Charlotte, North Carolina in December, said it received a foreclosure notice indicating that its secured creditors intend "to sell substantially all of RTNB's assets at an auction to conclude on August 31."

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    3. Why go into the office? Denver area embraces telecommuting

      Why go into the office? Denver area embraces telecommuting

      Why should you go into the office when telecommuting is available for many workers? The Denver and Boulder areas are some of the top telecommuting cities in the country, according to a new report. According to the " 2017 State of Telecommuting in the U.S. Employee Workforce" report created by FlexJobs and Global Workplace Analytics, Boulder is the nation's top telecommuting city, with 8.5 percent of the total workforce who telecommute.

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    4. Dish and Amazon reportedly thinking about making a wireless deal

      Dish and Amazon reportedly thinking about making a wireless deal

      Dish Network Corp. and Amazon.com Inc. are reportedly in talks to make some sort of wireless deal. The Wall Street Journal reported that Douglas County-based Dish (Nasdaq: DISH) and Seattle-based Amazon (Nasdaq: AMZN) are talking about creating a partnership that could allow Amazon to finance a Dish-built "internet of things" network, or one that would allow Amazon Prime customers a dedicated phone plan.

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    5. Denver cybersecurity company adds former U.S. senator to its board

      Denver cybersecurity company adds former U.S. senator to its board

      A Denver cybersecurity company said it's adding a former U.S. senator from Colorado to its board of directors. SecureSet, a private intensive cybersecurity training course, said former U.S. Sen. Mark Udall is joining its board. “I find SecureSet’s mission compelling, both from a security and economic perspective. Universities are an important part of the solution, but we have to be far more agile and nimble to address emerging threats.

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    6. Denver cybersecurity training school moves to new Blake Street location

      Denver is quite the hotbed when it comes to cybersecurity. In April, it was reported that CyberGRX, a cybersecurity company that moved to Denver last summer, said it raised $20 million in venture capital. In March, Denver-based Optiv Security Inc. bought Comm Solutions, a 71-person cybersecurity and IT networking consulting practice based in Pennsylvania. Now, a Denver cybersecurity training academy said it's moving to a new Blake Street location that it said will allow it to grow. SecureSet…

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    7. Dish Network announces a few deals with Amazon

      Dish Network Corp. said it's made a few deals with Amazon.com. The Douglas County satellite TV provider (Nasdaq: DISH) announced two deals on Monday morning: The first will allow Dish's Hopper digital video recording set-top box to work directly with Amazon's intelligent personal assistant Alexa. Dish is the first TV provider to offer direct compatibility with Amazon Alexa, the company said.

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    8. Broomfield video on demand firm raises $5.6 million

      Intelivideo, a Broomfield company that allows fitness businesses to sell their videos for streaming or downloading, said it's raised $5.6 million. The round of funding was led by existing investors, the company said, and the money will be used to "support growth efforts to enter into new video on demand (VOD) categories as well as bolster sales, marketing and product development initiatives."

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