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    1. Denver named one of 17 'entrepreneurial engines that power our nation'

      Denver's been named one of the country's "entrepreneurial engines that power our nation." That's according to the Indiana-based Lumina Foundation, which tabbed Denver as a "talent hub," and the city will receive $350,000 in grants targeted at education efforts beyond the high-school level. To be tabbed a "talent hub," the foundation said Denver met "rigorous standards for creating environments that attract, retain, and cultivate talent."

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    2. Amazon teams with Colorado labor agency on workforce development

      Amazon teams with Colorado labor agency on workforce development

      Amazon.com Inc. is teaming up with Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper's office and the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE) for a workforce development program targeting business.

      The event — to be held 8-11 a.m. Monday, Sept. 18 — will highlight Amazon’s Career Choice program, in which the company pays 95 percent of tuition for college or training programs for its fulfillment and customer service center employees.

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    3. Amazon: No front-runners yet, and Bloomberg news is wrong on Boston

      Amazon: No front-runners yet, and Bloomberg news is wrong on Boston

      Amazon.com Inc. said there aren't any front-runners yet on its decision to build a massive second headquarters outside of Seattle. Last week, it was reported that Amazon (Nasdaq: AMZN) was looking for a U.S. city to build HQ2, a $5 billion, 50,000-employee second headquarters. Cities and states were quick to line up to be chosen. But today, Amazon said no city is out in the lead yet, despite Bloomberg News' report that Boston had an edge.

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    4. Amazon quietly begins operations in Aurora fulfillment center

      Without fanfare, operations have quietly begun at the Amazon fulfillment center in Aurora, a spokeswoman said today. Some of the 1,000 employees hired to work in the 1 million-square-foot fulfillment center are expected to report Sept. 25. A spokeswoman for Amazon said there would be no media tours in the new facility this year but the company expects to allow media in early in 2018.

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    5. New CFO for Zayo

      BOULDER — Zayo Group Holdings Inc. (NYSE: ZAYO) has appointed Matt Steinfort as chief financial officer, starting Sept. 15. Steinfort is taking the place of Ken DesGarennes, who is retiring from the company but will remain with the company through February 2018 to help with filing the company’s second fiscal quarter forms. Steinfort will report directly to chairman and CEO Dan Caruso. “Ken’s been a great partner over the first 10 years of Zayo’s journey,” said Caruso, in a prepared statement.

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    6. Amazon is looking for a city where it can stick a second $5 billion HQ. Colorado’s contenders are lining up.

      Amazon.com is scouting North American cities for a second headquarters, where it plans to employ as many as 50,000 workers, the tech giant announced Thursday.

      And many Colorado cities plan to make a bid to be the one in which the Seattle-based company will invest $5 billion to build and operate the new location, which is being called Amazon HQ2.

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