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    1. 10 entrepreneurs, 10 health care problems, 10 days to find solutions

      10 entrepreneurs, 10 health care problems, 10 days to find solutions

      For 10 years or so, early-career entrepreneurs have come together at events like startup camps and small-business incubator meetings to try to get a venture off the ground. But Tom Higley — who has started six companies and worked as CEO of two others over the past 20 years — muses that no efforts have been made to bring together proven entrepreneurs to find market-based solutions to societal problems. As of Tuesday, however, Higley is taking on that effort himself.

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    2. Events-app maker Veuvent relocates from Colorado to Texas

      Events-app maker Veuvent relocates from Colorado to Texas

      Vuevent Inc., a Boulder-based company that developed a mobile application designed to enable users to both find and monitor events such as concerts, has relocated to Austin, Texas. Vuevent, which was founded in 2013, moved to Austin last week so the startup could test its effectiveness in a better place than Boulder, CEO Brenton Shafer told the Austin Business Journal Friday in an interview. The company employs 11 workers, six of whom are based in Austin. "Austin is just a little bigger market…

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    3. Hot Denver startup bought by California's VSCO

      Hot Denver startup bought by California's VSCO

      Artifact Uprising, the fast-growing Denver online photobook startup, has been bought by Visual Supply Co., an Oakland, California-based maker of apps and software for creative industries. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Artifact Uprising will remain in Denver as an autonomous business, the companies said. The deal is intended to help the 14-employee Artifact Uprising expand and keep adding online sales of its hand-crafted photobooks.

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    4. Dish Network giving up ad-skipping tech in deals with broadcasters

      Dish Network giving up ad-skipping tech in deals with broadcasters

      A detail lost in some of the noise over Dish Network Corp. resolving its contract spat with CBS last week was this: the satellite TV company gave up some commercial-skipping features of its Hopper set-top box to get a deal. It's not the first time Douglas County-based Dish Network has altered the set-top Hopper's ad-skipping, either.

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    5. MapQuest Professors Host “Hour of Code” Academy

      MapQuest Professors Host “Hour of Code” Academy

      MapQuest, Inc., today launched a weeklong program dedicated to providing Denver Public School students with an “Hour of Code” instruction. Over the course of Computer Science Week (Dec. 8-14), each MapQuest employee in its headquarter office will lead an “Hour of Code” session providing code curriculum, an introduction to real careers that STEM education can lead to ...

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