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    1. Report: Colorado doing well in developing economy but must spend more to improve

      Report: Colorado doing well in developing economy but must spend more to improve

      Colorado is doing fairly well when it comes to its diverse and innovation-focused economy, but the state has some work to do to move to the uppermost tier of state economies, according to a report by the Washington, D.C.-based Information Technology and Innovation Foundation.

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    2. Cognizant buying TriZetto for $2.7 billion

      Cognizant buying TriZetto for $2.7 billion

      Cognizant is buying health care software company TriZetto for $2.7 billion in cash.

      Privately held TriZetto Corp. is based in Englewood, Colorado. The company and its 3,700 workers will join Cognizant's existing health care information technology business.

      Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp., based in Teaneck, New Jersey, plans to finance the transaction with available cash and debt.

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    3. Colorado Springs company has a nose for medical devices

      Colorado Springs company has a nose for medical devices

      If the thought of post-surgery stitches or staples in your nose make you wince, you may soon have Colorado Springs entrepreneur Michael Larson to thank for developing a more palatable alternative.

      Larson, owner of Mind Rocket LLC, and his business partner Randall Bast are trying to raise up to $1 million from angel investors to begin clinical trials of Larson's medical device, which uses a laser to fuse human tissue, and is being promoted as a quicker-to-use, quicker-to-heal alternative to stitches or medical staples in nasal surgeries.

      The 2-year-old company hopes to sell ...

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    4. Colorado Tech Roundup: Ball's Space Lasers, Zayo to Wire the NBA

      Colorado Tech Roundup: Ball's Space Lasers, Zayo to Wire the NBA

      Awards finalists: Finally, the Colorado Technology Association announced the nominees for its annual Apex Awards. The awards honor the top companies, startups, and individuals in the Colorado tech industry. The winners will be announced Nov.

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    5. Interview with Erik Mitisek, Colorado Technology Association CEO

      Interview with Erik Mitisek, Colorado Technology Association CEO

      Erik Mitisek has been leading the Colorado Technology Association (CTA) for a year and helping build the startup and technology community since 1999. He previously served as co-founder of Next Great Place Inc., a Denver-based online luxury travel company. In addition to the travel industry, Erik’s background includes real estate, big data and online radio business development as well. Over the last several years, Erik has been deeply involved in helping to raise Colorado’s innovation profile.

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    6. Colorado Tech Roundup: Tech Wages, CTA's foundation, and Orbotix

      Colorado Tech Roundup: Tech Wages, CTA's foundation, and Orbotix

      Here is a quick roundup of some news from Colorado startups and tech communities, including news about wages for local high-tech workers, the Colorado Technology Association's new foundation to develop tech talent, and Orbotix's new robot. Orbotix, the Boulder-based connected-toy startup that manufactures the Sphero robotic ball, has launched its second robot, named Ollie.

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    7. Colorado tech association launches foundation for STEM education

      Colorado tech association launches foundation for STEM education

      The Colorado Technology Association has started a nonprofit organization and funding programs to get more students technical education and ready for careers in technology. The Colorado Technology Foundation was formed in partnership with the Rose Community Foundation. The foundation has been seeded with $250,000 in funding commitments. Its mission is to connect technology companies in the state with educators and programs trying to improve science, technology, engineering and math education.

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    8. Colorado’s 5 best tech companies for new developers

      Colorado’s 5 best tech companies for new developers

      To help our city's new developers, fresh out of local universities and programs like gSchool, find the best opportunities, Built In Colorado is highlighting some our city's great tech companies. The companies on this list go the extra mile to push new developers to constantly learn and showcase their talents. To see what developer positions are currently open at these growing companies, visit our job board.

      LogRhythm

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    9. The Weitz Company to Design-Build New 16-Story Office Building

      The Weitz Company to Design-Build New 16-Story Office Building

      The Weitz Company, a full-service project and construction management firm, announced its selection as the lead for the design-build delivery of One Belleview Station, a 16-story, 340,000 square foot, Class A office building, located adjacent to the light rail station at the intersection of I-25 and Belleview Avenue in the Denver Tech Center.

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    10. Colorado Springs-based Cherwell Software acquires Seattle IT firm

      By rich laden rich.laden@gazette.com -

      Cherwell Software, a fast-growing Colorado Springs-based software developer, said Tuesday it has acquired Express Metrix, a small Seattle information technology and software asset management company.

      Neither of the privately held companied released terms of the deal, but Cherwell marketing vice president Jason Haggar said the transaction involved cash and Cherwell stock.

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    11. Air Force Academy program opens millions in research to Pikes Peak area entrepreneurs

      Air Force Academy program opens millions in research to Pikes Peak area entrepreneurs

      BY Katherine Blunt katherine.blunt@gmail.com -

      The Colorado Springs Technology Incubator will introduce a program at its Aug. 20 MashUp event that allows local businesses to jump-start growth using the resources of the Air Force Academy.

      The MashUp is a networking opportunity for local entrepreneurs.

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