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    1. Fort Collins startup QuadshoX appoints Bill Cobb chairman, CFO

      FORT COLLINS — QuadshoX LLC, a Fort Collins-based startup that is developing technology to equip manual wheelchairs with rear-wheel suspension, has appointed former CH2M Hill executive Bill Cobb as chairman and interim chief financial officer. Cobb mentored company founder and chief executive John Morris through Colorado State University’s Accelerator Program as he worked on a business model for his company.

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    2. Comcast Business brings 10-gig Ethernet services to Castle Rock businesses

      Comcast Business brings 10-gig Ethernet services to Castle Rock businesses

      CASTLE ROCK -- Comcast Business is bringing its full portfolio of Ethernet services to Castle Rock, the company announced. Capable of up to 10 gigbits-per-second, the services are specifically designed for businesses, hospitals and other organizations that require more capacity, multiple location networks or connection to a third-party data center, Comcast said.

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    3. Women tech leaders ask tech companies: Show us your diversity numbers

      Women tech leaders ask tech companies: Show us your diversity numbers

      A torrential downpour Friday morning didn't stop nearly 600 women from attending the Colorado Technology Association's Women in Technology Conference, held outdoors under a massive tent at Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield. Stepping in marshy puddles and having water slosh around in their shoes were, clearly, the last things on their minds.

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    4. LogRhythm appoints finance veteran Karen Blasing to directors board

      LogRhythm appoints finance veteran Karen Blasing to directors board

      BOULDER -- LogRhythm announced the appointment of Karen Blasing to its board of directors. Blasing most recently served as CFO and treasurer of Guidewire Software Inc., where she played a key role in the company’s rapid growth, successful IPO and its initial years as a public company. A veteran financial professional, Blasing has held positions including CFO at Force 10 Networks, senior VP of finance at Salesforce.com, VP and CFO at Nuance Communications and CFO at Counterpane Internet Security.

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    5. Comcast Business Now Offers 10 Gigabit-Per-Second Ethernet Services in Castle Rock

      Comcast Business today announced that its full portfolio of Ethernet services is now available to businesses in Castle Rock, CO. Capable of up to 10 gigabits-per-second (Gbps) of performance, these services are specifically designed for businesses, hospitals and other organizations requiring more capacity, looking to network multiple locations together, or planning to connect their offices to a third-party data center.

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    6. Faction cloud service platform now powering Chicago Sun-Times’ content system

      Faction cloud service platform now powering Chicago Sun-Times’ content system

      DENVER -- Faction, an enterprise-class Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) cloud service provider offering private, public and hybrid cloud solutions, announced its enterprise-class cloud service now powers the Chicago Sun-Times news platform. The Chicago Sun-Times’ content management system is where journalists and staff submit stories, store research and manage a vast amount of information every day.

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    7. Charter-Time Warner Cable deal easier for feds to like than Comcast tie-up, says John Malone

      Charter-Time Warner Cable deal easier for feds to like than Comcast tie-up, says John Malone

      John Malone says he doesn’t foresee Charter Communications’ $89.1 billion acquisition of Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks drawing the type of scrutiny from regulators that sunk Comcast Corp.'s bid to buy Time Warner. The scale of combined a Charter-TWC-Bright House cable-broadband company is too different — in terms of number of subscribers and ownership of TV content businesses — than Comcast’s acquisition would’ve been, Malone said.

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    8. Chris Satchell Joins Comcast as Executive Vice President and Chief Product Officer

      Comcast announced today that Chris Satchell will join the company as Executive Vice President and Chief Product Officer for Comcast Cable. In this role, Chris will lead Comcast’s product team in Philadelphia, Denver and Silicon Valley to develop and design the company’s consumer products that are enjoyed by millions of people every day. Chris succeeds Charlie Herrin, who now serves as Executive Vice President of Customer Experience.

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    9. Colorado Venture Summit set for June 11 with Scott McNealy giving keynote

      Colorado Venture Summit set for June 11 with Scott McNealy giving keynote

      DENVER -- The Colorado Venture Summit, the state’s premier venture capital event, is set for June 11 at Coors Field in downtown Denver. This year’s keynote speaker is Scott McNealy, co-founder of Sun Microsystems. The event allows participants to meet most of Colorado’s venture-backed CEOs, along with venture capitalists from dozens of firms, organizers said. Last year, 42 venture capitalists attended the event with 23 from out-of-state.

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    10. Boulder startup VerbalizeIt wins $250,000 CSU Blue Ocean Enterprises Challenge

      FORT COLLINS — VerbalizeIt, a startup based in Boulder and New York, won the second annual CSU Blue Ocean Enterprises Challenge business pitch competition on Saturday, taking home $250,000 cash and a suite of mentoring, professional services and other prizes. VerbalizeIt uses human translators and automation to allow businesses to communicate with global customers in their own language.

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    11. Scott McNealy, founder of Sun Microsystems, takes the helm at Denver tech startup

      Scott McNealy, founder of Sun Microsystems, takes the helm at Denver tech startup

      Scott McNealy, founder of Sun Microsystems, has stepped in to be CEO of Denver-based Wayin , a social media technology company he founded four years ago and where he has served as chairman. He becomes the third CEO since deciding to launch Wayin from Denver in 2011 instead of from his home state of California.

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    12. Comcast's 2 gigabit Internet service coming to Colorado this summer

      Comcast's 2 gigabit Internet service coming to Colorado this summer

      Comcast will unleash 2-gigabit-per-second Internet service to most Colorado customers this summer. Until then, you'll need to be content with 250 megabits per second, which becomes available Thursday for $150 a month. Comcast won't share the price for 2 gbps, which it calls Gigabit Pro, until service starts. But one site, DSLReports, spotted a $300 price online before Comcast pulled the pages. On Wednesday, Comcast's top speed in Denver was 150 mbps for $115 a month.

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    13. Woodward, GE in joint venture for aircraft fuel systems

      Woodward, GE in joint venture for aircraft fuel systems

      Colorado manufacturer Woodward Inc. says it has launched a joint venture with the aviation unit of General Electric Co. for fuel systems for GE's large commercial aircraft engine lines. The 50-50 joint venture "will design, develop, source, supply and service the fuel system, including components from the fuel inlet up to the fuel nozzle," for GE Aviation's GE90, GEnx and GE9X commercial engines and all future large commercial engines it develops, Fort Collins-based Woodward (Nasdaq: WWD) said in a statement. Woodward said will receive $250 million in cash from GE (NYSE: GE) as part of the joint venture ...

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    14. Last year’s winner among judges named as CSU Blue Ocean Enterprises Challenge nears

      FORT COLLINS — Organizers of the second annual CSU Blue Ocean Enterprises Challenge have announced the panels of judges for each round of the $250,000 business pitch competition. The judges – many of whom are successful entrepreneurs in their own right – will hear 28 companies pitch on stage before a live audience at Lory Student Center on the campus of Colorado State University.

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    15. Comcast is creating a campus, adding jobs in south metro suburbs

      Comcast is creating a campus, adding jobs in south metro suburbs

      Comcast Corp. has leased 300,000 square feet of office space that used to house Charles Schwab Corp., consolidating some office locations in Denver's southern suburbs while making room to add 300 or more local jobs. The Philadelphia-based cable giant (Nasdaq: CMCSA) plans to move into buildings on East Panorama Circle in Centennial, just off Interstate 25 at Dry Creek Road, starting early next year.

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    16. Lockheed Martin gets a credit rating upgrade to "A-" on Thursday

      Lockheed Martin gets a credit rating upgrade to "A-" on Thursday

      Lockheed Martin's credit rating was upgraded to A-minus Thursday, indicating it is at a low risk of default, and its stock was assigned a two-star rating out of five by market analyst Morningstar.

      Morningstar joins several analysts such as MarketWatch, Octafinance and Stifel, which have recommended a "buy" for the aerospace and defense contractor's stock following its first-quarter 2015 earnings report.

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    17. New digital-health campus names first tenants, adds prototype lab

      New digital-health campus names first tenants, adds prototype lab

      Developers of a new digital-health campus said Wednesday that the facility, Catalyst, will include a prototyping lab and a mix of tenants ranging from startups to Fortune 20 companies.

      "Catalyst will transform the digital-health economy in ways we haven't envisioned yet and we are thrilled to have so much support," said president Mike Biselli.

      Catalyst is a Koelbel and Company project.

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    18. Weather Channel sweeps up Dish Network exec

      Weather Channel sweeps up Dish Network exec

      The Weather Channel's parent company has hired a longtime programming executive from Dish Network Corp.

      David Shull, Douglas County-based Dish Network’s former chief commercial officer, assumes a new role for The Weather Co., overseeing all the Atlanta-based company’s TV programming and distribution, its technology and addressable TV advertising.

      Shull is scheduled to start as the Weather Channel Television Group president on May 4.

      “The landscape is changing, and we are evolving with it.…

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    19. Does Google want you? Here's what they're searching for in Boulder

      Does Google want you? Here's what they're searching for in Boulder

      If you’re wondering what it takes to get a job working for Google Inc. in Boulder, Amanda Dufresne would be a good person to get to know.

      She’s the Boulder technical recruiter for the Mountain View, California-based web search and online technology giant. Google’s aggressively trying to hire software engineers to help it build online payments, 3-D image data, cloud storage and other technologies it works on in Boulder.

      ( DBJ subscribers can learn more about Google's growth plans in my story…

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