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    1. New car-sharing regulations OK'd by Colorado legislators

      New car-sharing regulations OK'd by Colorado legislators

      A bill to regulate the budding car-sharing sector in Colorado will soon be on its way to Gov. Jared Polis with a number of provisions requiring participating auto owners to meet safety and insurance standards — but not with the fee-equity requirements that rental-car companies sought over two months of debate on the legislation.

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    2. PAIRIN Launches New Hiring Tool to Help Companies Hire Smarter Through Predictive Behavioral Science

      PAIRIN Launches New Hiring Tool to Help Companies Hire Smarter Through Predictive Behavioral Science

      Denver-based PAIRIN announced the launch of its latest offering, PAIRIN Hiring, which utilizes a science-based approach to prioritize applicants based on their abilities, rather than just resumes. This approach is proven to increase diversity and greatly reduce unconscious bias in the hiring process.

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    3. Galvanize names new CEO, executive chairman

      Galvanize names new CEO, executive chairman

      Galvanize has named a new CEO, appointing Harsh Patel to the role. The Denver-based technology education program has also added Karl Maier as executive chairman and Bill Cummings as the executive vice president of enterprise. Al Rosabal, former CEO, is stepping down from the role. Patel has a background as an educator. He previously came on-board with Galvanize following its acquisition last year of Hack Reactor, an operator of immersive coding programs. Patel was CEO of Hack Reactor.

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    4. Q&A: New Colorado CIO Sees Opportunities in Digital Government and Innovation

      Q&A: New Colorado CIO Sees Opportunities in Digital Government and Innovation

      In January, Colorado gained a new CIO and executive director for the state’s Governor’s Office of Information Technology: Theresa Szczurek, co-founder of Radish Systems, a software firm that develops “voice with visuals” self-service and other live-assistance communications platforms. Szczurek previously served as a management consultant.

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    5. Governor signs employee ownership executive order

      Governor signs employee ownership executive order

      Gov. Jared Polis signed an executive order Wednesday establishing the Commission on Employee Ownership. The order is meant to encourage employee ownership of businesses. “Increasing employee ownership will help support a strong economy and promote job security in communities across the state,” said Polis when he signed the order.

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    6. Bank of America announces major expansion plans for Denver metro

      Bank of America announces major expansion plans for Denver metro

      Bank of America will open 12 bank branches in the Denver metro by 2021, according to a company announcement made Monday. The branch openings are part of the bank’s creation of 350 branches throughout the country. “In order to be there when and where our clients need us, we’ve created a high-tech, high-touch experience across all channels, including our financial centers and state-of-the-art ATM network,” David Tyrie, head of consumer advanced solutions and digital banking, said in a news release.

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    7. Longmont Economic Development Partnership to host entrepreneurship event

      Longmont Economic Development Partnership to host entrepreneurship event

      The Longmont Economic Development Partnership and the Longmont Community Foundation are hosting an event April 17 to provide the public with information on a new business accelerator program that will soon be offered in the city: Entrepreneurship for All. The event is free and will be held at the Xilinx Retreat Center, 3100 Logic Drive.

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    8. Capitol Business Preview: Battle brews in Colorado over regulating car-sharing services

      Capitol Business Preview: Battle brews in Colorado over regulating car-sharing services

      One of the many machinations of the sharing economy in Colorado involves car-sharing services like Turo, through which automobile owners can list their vehicles for others to use for a price at specific times. As these services have grown over the past few years, however, the state has allowed them to operate largely without regulation — a situation that is about to change and is stirring controversy, particularly for rental-car companies.

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    9. 5 citywide plans aim to address Denver development, transit issues

      5 citywide plans aim to address Denver development, transit issues

      Street-facing development, more frequent transit routes and wider sidewalks are parts of five citywide plans aimed at creating a more inclusive, connected and healthy city over the next 20 years. Denver officials introduced the plans on Tuesday, which come after the city's three-year Denveright outreach and planning effort and more than 25,000 comments and pieces of input from residents, neighborhood groups and community leaders. 

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    10. List Extra: Denver's Largest tech employers share growth plans

      List Extra: Denver's Largest tech employers share growth plans

      The companies on this year's list of largest tech employers didn't get there by remaining stagnant in the hiring department, and many told Denver Business Journal their Denver presence will continue to grow substantially. Here are 12 companies that shared how many employees they're planning to hire in Denver in the next 12 months.

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    11. New York-based tech company tripled its Fort Collins footprint

      New York-based tech company tripled its Fort Collins footprint

      A New York tech company has expanded its Fort Collins footprint, with a larger office and plans to hire more employees. Persistent Systems LLC tripled the size of its office at 5042 Technology Parkway in Fort Collins and plans to grow its employee size to at least 65 people, Adrien Robenhymer, vice president of business development, told BizWest. Persistent Systems makes technology in the mobile ad hoc networking technology space, which is also known as MANET.

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    12. HomeAdvisor’s new CFO is one of the youngest female finance executives at a public company

      HomeAdvisor’s new CFO is one of the youngest female finance executives at a public company

      The new chief financial officer at Angi Homeservices (Nasdaq: ANGI) is one of the youngest female executives in that role across all public companies nationwide. The combined company of HomeAdvisor and Angie’s List named Jamie Cohen as its next CFO, replacing Glenn H. Schiffman, who has held a dual role as CFO of Angi Homerservices and its parent company IAC. Schiffman will stay on at IAC.

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    13. Meet Gusto's new chief security officer from fintech giant Square

      Meet Gusto's new chief security officer from fintech giant Square

      Last week, payroll and HR software startup Gusto revealed that it had appointed Lee as its chief security officer. Lee most recently served as the head of information security at Square (NYSE: SQ), a San Francisco-based payments processing company. He has also worked at Bank of America and Twilio, a communications platform that specializes in text messaging and voice communication.

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