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    1. 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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    2. Denver cybersecurity school expands outside of Colorado

      Denver cybersecurity school expands outside of Colorado

      A Denver cybersecurity education company has expanded outside the state of Colorado. SecureSet, with locations in Denver and Colorado Springs, said its new Tampa, Florida location is up and running. “Cyber threats are growing exponentially, but there is a lack of qualified talent and innovation in Tampa Bay and nationally,” said Adam Sheffield, director of SecureSet’s Tampa campus, in a statement.

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    3. National CineMedia moving corporate HQ

      National CineMedia, the company behind many of the ads seen at movie theaters, announced Monday plans to move its corporate headquarters in June 2018. The Centennial-based company will move from its space at 9110 E. Nichols Ave. to a 63,000-square-foot space in the 7-story Cascades Building at 6300 S. Syracuse in Englewood. NCM CEO Andy England said the company's growth fueled the decision to move.

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    4. Officials promise new details today about Denver's bid for Amazon HQ2

      After weeks of secrecy, metro Denver economic-development officials today are expected to finally reveal some of the details of the area's joint bid for Amazon.com Inc.'s second headquarters. Some, but not all. J.J. Ament -- CEO of the Metro Denver Economic Development Corp., which submitted the bid for "Amazon HQ2" -- said there has been so much interest in the region's pitch that he will release some details this morning at the agency's executive committee board meeting.

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    5. Colorado Springs defense contractor wins Apex Award for antenna work

      Braxton Technologies of Colorado Springs received the Best Project Award from the Colorado Technology Association during its 17th annual Apex Awards on Nov. 9 in Denver.

      The award honored Braxton and partner Amergint Technologies for developing a new interface to allow Air Force Satellite Control Network users to connect with commercial antennas without modifying the network's control systems, according to a Braxton news release.

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    6. Colorado lands multimillion-dollar investment from hyperloop company

      The CEO and co-founder of Arrivo, the Los Angelos-based hyperloop transportation technology company has a simple dream for Denver – the ability to go skiing before work using Arrivo’s hyperloop technology. Brogan BamBrogan said in an interview with the Denver Business Journal on Monday that he expects to spend up to $15 million building a new research center and test track in the metro area next year. And he’s not wasting any time bringing his start-up company’s technology to Denver.

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