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    1. Colorado oil and gas industry competition seeks cleantech innovation

      Colorado oil and gas industry competition seeks cleantech innovation

      The Colorado Cleantech Industries Association has teamed up with some of the state’s biggest oil and gas companies — Noble Energy, Encana and ConocoPhillips — on a national and international search for cleantech companies that have great ideas to pitch to the state's oil and gas industry.

      The association, which promotes Colorado’s cleantech sector, is throwing what it believes to be the nation’s first business competition — called the Oil & Gas Cleantech Challenge — designed to connect…

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    2. 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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    3. CenturyLink makes Denver a 'Gig city' with ultra-fast Internet offering

      CenturyLink makes Denver a 'Gig city' with ultra-fast Internet offering

      CenturyLink Inc. is moving to win the Internet speed wars in Denver, unveiling 1 gigabit-per-second residential service in some Denver neighborhoods starting today. A gigabit per-second is equal to 1,000 megabits per second (mbps), or 10 times faster than the highest speed CenturyLink has been offering for residential and small business accounts. It should allow movie and other media downloads to take seconds, not minutes.

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    4. ViaWest sold for $1.2 billion

      ViaWest sold for $1.2 billion

      Data center and colocation company ViaWest Inc. is being bought for $1.2 billion by Shaw Communications Inc., a Canadian telecommunications company. Shaw (NYSE: SJR) plans to keep ViaWest as a subsidiary operated from Greenwood Village. Nancy Phillips, a co-founder and CEO of ViaWest, and the rest of its current management team will continue to run the 350-employee company here. It will keep the name ViaWest.

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    5. Webroot expands its enterprise class security solutions with BrightCloud service portfolio

      Webroot expands its enterprise class security solutions with BrightCloud service portfolio

      BROOMFIELD – Webroot, a market leader in cloud-based, real-time Internet threat detection, announced it is expanding its enterprise-class security solutions with the introduction of BrightCloud Security Services for Enterprise.

      The product is a new portfolio of services that makes Webroot’s threat intelligence available through integration with popular network security and management platforms.

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