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    1. More companies are offering telehealth services. So why aren't employees tuning in?

      More companies are offering telehealth services. So why aren't employees tuning in?

      The increasing demand for telemedicine services centers on an employees' desire for more convenient doctor appointments and lower out-of-pocket costs. And employers are hearing those demands loud and clear. According to a new survey by human resources consulting firm Mercer, 71 percent of employers with at least 500 employees offer some type of telemedicine service to employees.

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    2. Greeley ag-tech company raises nearly $9 million

      Greeley ag-tech company raises nearly $9 million

      Xiant Technologies Inc., an agricultural-tech company, has raised nearly $9 million in capital. The Greeley-based company raised $8,999,941, according to a Form D filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Aug. 16. The company raised the funds through an equity offering, as well as an option to acquire other securities and securities to be acquired upon exercise of an option. The date of first sale was Aug. 8.

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    3. Software firm to grow Denver headcount to 300 at new U.S. headquarters

      Software firm to grow Denver headcount to 300 at new U.S. headquarters

      There was plenty of celebrating — including 90 minutes of mimosas and some live jazz to start the morning — on the fourth story of the newest building in Denver’s lower Highland neighborhood this week. Xero, the cloud accounting software maker, officially moved from its offices in the Denver Tech Center into a hip, new 30,000-square-foot space on the top floor of the Circa Building, 1615 Platte St., between Commons Park and I-25, on Monday.

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    4. Tata Consultancy adding 120 jobs in Denver

      Tata Consultancy adding 120 jobs in Denver

      An India-based technology company is expanding its Denver operation. The Denver Business Journal reports that Tata Consultancy Services will add 120 jobs to the 600 it already supports around the state, with the new jobs based in the Denver Tech Center, where the company operates at 7979 E. Tufts Ave. Tata also operates a call center in Boulder. The company is seeking workers in computer science, analysts, developers and architects, according to the Business Journal.

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    5. Gusto hiring up to 100 in Denver, growing office faster than San Francisco HQ

      Gusto hiring up to 100 in Denver, growing office faster than San Francisco HQ

      Gusto, a company that offers cloud-based payroll and HR resources for small businesses, is planning to hire as many as 100 employees in Denver by the end of the year. “For context, we currently have more than half of our employees in Denver,” Gusto spokesperson Rick Chen said in an email. “Our Denver office is growing faster than San Francisco, and to support that growth, we are also expanding our office space downtown.”

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    6. Denver data center developer completes $38M D.C.-area land deal

      Denver data center developer completes $38M D.C.-area land deal

      Add Cologix Inc. to the list of data center developers in Loudoun County in northern Virginia. The Denver company is planning to construct three data centers totaling nearly 1 million square feet across 22.6 acres at Beaumeade Corporate Park in Ashburn. The company bought the site for $38 million, or $1.68 million per acre, from the Christian Fellowship Church in late July.

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    7. Denver-based Galvanize raises $43.3M

      Denver-based Galvanize raises $43.3M

      Galvanize, the Denver-based company that provides technology education and startup resources, has raised $43.3 million. BusinessDen reports that Galvanize reported the fundings in a Form D filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The funds included $32 million in Series C funding, plus a convertible note. Some of the funds will be used to acquire Hack Reactor, a San Francisco-based coding school.

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    8. Is downtown becoming Denver's new tech hub?

      Is downtown becoming Denver's new tech hub?

      Denver's tech scene is growing up and moving up. Downtown high-rises built in the late '70s and early '80s are seeing new energy as tech tenants plant their flags in or near the city's Central Business District. The movement has been driven by tech companies that may historically have favored LoDo (Lower Downtown) and the Central Platte Valley, in smaller scale buildings with fewer tenants but hip spaces. 

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    9. Colorado blockchain, cryptocurrency startup secures $10 million in funding

      Colorado blockchain, cryptocurrency startup secures $10 million in funding

      Radar Relay, a blockchain-based wallet-to-wallet cryptocurrency trading platform, has secured $10 million in Series A funding, it announced Wednesday. The Colorado-based company is on something of a roll. In May, Radar Relay became the first blockchain-based and cryptocurrency-related company to receive funding from the state of Colorado through the Advanced Industry Accelerator Program.

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