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    1. Social network Strava clips into Denver

      Social network Strava clips into Denver

      Racing into Denver is the app with a sweaty cult following.

      Strava, a social network for athletes – mainly cyclists and runners – that tracks performances on routes, signed a contract for space at Galvanize at 1644 Platte St., a Galvanize employee confirmed.

      The startup had been out looking for about 5,000 square feet. It currently lists seven positions open in Denver, including a director of engineering.

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    2. 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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    3. Denver makes Amazon's HQ2 short list, along with 19 other cities

      Denver has made Amazon.com Inc.'s short list of 20 cities that could end up with the company's new HQ2 facility. Seattle-based Amazon (Nasdaq: AMZN) on Thursday released its list of cities that could end up with the coveted new $5 billion headquarters that will employ 50,000 people. Two-hundred and thirty-eight cities submitted proposals, Amazon said.

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    4. Techstars, Colliers partner on accelerator program for real estate

      Techstars, Colliers partner on accelerator program for real estate

      TORONTO -Colliers International Group Inc. (Nasdaq:CIGI) a commercial real estate services company based in Toronto, said Wednesday it has partnered with Boulder-based Techstars to launch the Colliers Proptech Accelerator. The accelerator program will identify and mentor startups around the globe that are developing new technologies for the real estate industry.

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    5. Silicon Valley's Marketo plants office in Denver to help develop marketing messages people want to hear

      Last April, Steve Lucas walked into Marketo’s new temporary space in the Denver City Center and saw the head of human resources sitting at a desk next to the company’s only other Denver employee. “They were at two desks and that was it, just staring at each other,” said Lucas, who became CEO of the San Mateo, Calif.-based marketing technology company in November 2016.

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    6. Ergen steps down as Dish Network CEO; new chief executive named

      Ergen steps down as Dish Network CEO; new chief executive named

      Charlie Ergen is giving up his job as CEO of Dish Network Corp.

      Ergen, who founded the Douglas County company in 1980 when it was known as EchoStar Communications Corp., said he's stepping aside "to devote more attention to the company's emerging wireless business." Erik Carlson, the company's current president and COO, was named new CEO and he'll report to Ergen.

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