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    1. MapQuest growing in Denver with Commute app

      MapQuest growing in Denver with Commute app

      Denver-based MapQuest is forging a new path with a highly-ranked mobile app, Commute, and is on the road to create new jobs.

      Released in September, the Commute app for iOS, Android and Windows devices from the first Internet mapping company was born out of a 24-hour hackathon. It uses real-time traffic data and push messages to help people better plan their travel routes -- even during rush hour.

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    2. Private lessons

      Private lessons

      Throughout countless business community conversations, you’ll hear the same call to action:

      “We need a big success; we need an IPO,” said Pete Khanna, CEO of TrackVia last year on a Rocky Mountain Tech Meetup panel.

      Often initial public offerings are interpreted as symptoms of big things brewing and validation that the rest of the world is watching. Bold, buzz-worthy IPOs secure a spotlight and generous payday for the companies as well as the communities they’re stationed in.

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    3. Denver Business Journal ranks 2014 fastest-growing companies (Slideshow)

      Denver Business Journal ranks 2014 fastest-growing companies (Slideshow)

      The Denver Business Journal honored its 2014 Fastest-growing Private Companies at a luncheon event held at the Hyatt Regency Denver Tech Center. Companies were ranked based on the percentage growth for fiscal years 2011, 2012 and 2013. Each company had to report a minimum of nine months of operations in the base year of 2011. To see how the companies ranked in each of the five size categories, click on the logo above. The categories were determined by taking into consideration the reported…

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    4. 7 fast growing Colorado tech companies hiring right now

      7 fast growing Colorado tech companies hiring right now

      Part of the process of getting a tech job is really knowing the company you are applying for. We've given you a headstart with short profiles on each tech company and a few words from their HR teams about the great perks they provide. There's something in here for everyone as these companies are hiring everything from developers and sales representatives.

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    5. Local impacts for HP split unclear

      Local impacts for HP split unclear

      The local impacts of Hewlett-Packard’s split into two companies might not be known for a few months as more specifics of the restructuring are detailed.

      HP announced Monday that it is splitting into two publicly traded companies, HP Inc. and Hewlett-Packard Enterprise. HP Inc. will focus on the company’s personal computer and printing business, while Hewlett-Packard Enterprise will be geared toward technology services like data storage, servers and software.

      HP has a presence in both Fort Collins and Boulder. Those operations have a large enterprise component, though Fort Collins has significant operations on the personal computer and printing ...

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    6. Report: Hewlett-Packard to split in 2 companies

      Report: Hewlett-Packard to split in 2 companies

      Personal computer and printer maker Hewlett-Packard Co. reportedly plans to split itself into two separate companies by spinning off its technology services business.

      The Wall Street Journal reported the pending split Sunday citing people familiar with the matter, who said the company announcement could come as soon as Monday. A spokeswoman for HP declined to comment.

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    7. Insurance software company expands in downtown Colorado Springs

      Insurance software company expands in downtown Colorado Springs

      Colorado Springs-based Insurance Technologies is expanding its downtown office in response to customer demand.

      The company, which creates and provides software for insurance and financial service firms, announced this week that it has experienced a 30 percent increase in life and annuity customers in the past year, so it is expanding its office space by about one-third and adding employees.

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    8. Rivet Software and staff to stay in Denver, acquisition aims for growth, CEO says

      Rivet Software and staff to stay in Denver, acquisition aims for growth, CEO says

      Last week’s purchase of Rivet Software Inc. won’t immediately change much about the Denver company.

      Equity Administration Solutions Inc., the Pleasanton, California-based company that bought Rivet, plans to keep Rivet's Denver office and its 70 employees. Madelaine Rohan, who had been CEO, stayed with the company to be vice president of the combined operation’s international business.

      What’s hoped for in the deal is expansion, said Michael Boese, Equity Administration CEO, and what motivated…

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