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    1. 18th annual APEX Awards spotlight state’s tech leaders

      18th annual APEX Awards spotlight state’s tech leaders

      DENVER -- Colorado Technology Association (CTA) hosted its 18th annual APEX Awards, presented by Accenture at the Seawell Grand Ballroom, to recognize the leaders, companies and accomplishments that have contributed to the success of the state’s technology sector.

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    2. Northern Colorado Economic Alliance chief to step down

      Northern Colorado Economic Alliance chief to step down

      Northern Colorado Economic Alliance CEO Andy Montgomery plans to leave his position at the end of the year. Montgomery joined the Loveland-based economic development agency as its first chief executive in 2016. He is stepping down to pursue a yet-to-be announced new business venture, he said. The alliance’s board is close to identifying a successor, he said. Montgomery said he will stay in his position beyond the end of the year if his replacement is not yet in place.

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    3. Denver area has some of the top 'digital cities' in the U.S.

      Denver area has some of the top 'digital cities' in the U.S.

      The city and county of Denver rank No. 4 among large cities on a list of the top digital cities in the U.S. for 2018. The list was put together by the Center for Digital Government, a research and advisory institute on information and technology policies based in Folsom, California. Westminster ranks No. 1 in the 75,000-124,999 population category; Boulder ranks No. 3 and Pueblo ranks No. 5. Fort Collins ranks No. 5 in the 125,000-249,999 population category. 

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    4. Report: Amazon will split HQ2 into two locations

      Report: Amazon will split HQ2 into two locations

      Amazon.com Inc. plans to split its second headquarters between two locations rather than picking one site. The Seattle-based e-commerce and cloud computing company is weighing evenly distributing its needs for up to 50,000 employees among the two areas, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday, citing an unidentified person familiar with the matter. The company has not made a final decision on which two it will pick, but a decision could come as early as this week.

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    5. Hickenlooper proposes $31B budget that would impact college tuition, job-training tax credits

      Hickenlooper proposes $31B budget that would impact college tuition, job-training tax credits

      In his final budget proposal, Gov. John Hickenlooper on Thursday rolled out a financial plan for the 2019-20 fiscal year that seeks to build on his past economic-development accomplishments and to build opportunities through new initiative like a one-year tuition freeze and a boost in workforce-development tax credits.

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    6. Polis, Stapleton plot ways to improve workforce development in Colorado

      Polis, Stapleton plot ways to improve workforce development in Colorado

      During the first gubernatorial debate, Democrat Jared Polis raised some eyebrows by acknowledging he agreed with Republican nominee Walker Stapleton on a lot of Stapleton’s plan to address workforce development. But while the kumbaya moment was a nice one in the otherwise contentious Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce/Denver Business Journal debate, it also glossed over the differing approaches to the subject that the hopefuls will take.

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    7. 'Remote Presence' Tech Lets U Colorado Boulder Students Attend Class from Afar -- Campus Technology

      'Remote Presence' Tech Lets U Colorado Boulder Students Attend Class from Afar -- Campus Technology

      The University of Colorado Boulder has formally introduced a 'remote presence' technology to enable students who can't be physically present in a course to attend remotely. Kubi is a robotic neck that holds a tablet and is controllable by the remote user to allow him or her to look around the room through a Zoom videoconference meeting.

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    8. CU Denver is Colorado's only CIBER school. Here's what that means for business.

      CU Denver is Colorado's only CIBER school. Here's what that means for business.

      U Denver just received $1.28 million in federal funding to remain a Center for International Business Education and Research, or CIBER. That makes it one of just 15 CIBERs in the nation, and one of the top three when considering total grants received. But what is a CIBER, and what does it mean for Colorado? Denver Business Journal asked CIBER faculty leader and Associate Professor of International Business Manuel Serapio to lay it out.

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    9. Are You Part of Colorado’s Gig Economy?

      Are You Part of Colorado’s Gig Economy?

      Are You Part of Colorado’s Gig Economy? Freelancer. Side Hustler. Solopreneur. What exactly is the gig economy, who’s contributing to it, and what does it look like in Colorado? Features What is the Gig Economy? From the Lyft and Uber drivers zipping along our thoroughfares to neighboring homes morphing into Airbnb rentals to a vibrant startup culture that inspired Amazon to rank Colorado fourth on a list of the top 10 states for entrepreneurial-ness, the gig economy seems to be everywhere in the Centennial State. 

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    10. Doug Robinson teams up with Ogdon Ventures to form Dry Fly Capital

      Doug Robinson teams up with Ogdon Ventures to form Dry Fly Capital

      Doug Robinson, the co-founder of investment banking firm St. Charles Capital and recently a primary candidate for the Governor of Colorado has joined forces with the partners of Ogdon Ventures, a family-run private equity firm, to launch Dry Fly Capital. The firm intends to acquire legacy companies in the lower middle market that have multiple years of positive EBITDA.

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