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    1. Cybersecurity firm LogRhythm partners with University of Massachusetts

      Cybersecurity firm LogRhythm partners with University of Massachusetts

      BOULDER — LogRhythm, a cybersecurity solutions and intelligence company, was selected by a major university to provide centralized network security. The University of Massachusetts System Office selected the Boulder-based firm for to provide complete security to its network — something made all the more necessary because as a university, there’s a lot of people who have access.

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    2. Metro Denver unemployment rate drops to 2.4 percent

      Metro Denver's unadjusted unemployment rate dropped to 2.4 percent in March, down from 3.6 percent one year ago. There were about 14,360 more people employed in metro Denver in March than in February, according to raw county jobs estimates released today by the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment. The 2.4 percent unadjusted jobless rate is for a 10-county area that includes Denver, Aurora, Lakewood, Broomfield and Centennial, but not Boulder County.

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    3. Colorado industry pushes for reforming high-skilled immigrant worker limits, H-1B visa program - Denver Business Journal

      Colorado industry pushes for reforming high-skilled immigrant worker limits, H-1B visa program - Denver Business Journal

      Representatives of Colorado industry groups met with U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette on Wednesday to urge immigration reforms to close the growing gap between the number of high-skilled workers allowed into the country and thousands of U.S. technology jobs going unfilled.

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    4. Funding sets stage for CU smartphone spinoff to commercialize

      Funding sets stage for CU smartphone spinoff to commercialize

      Kelvin Thermal Technologies Inc., a smartphone-technology startup from two University of Colorado Boulder professors, raised $200,000 in private equity to match a $250,000 grant from the state of Colorado. The company has developed a new method of cooling smartphones, Y.C. Lee, president and CEO, told BizWest. When phones overheat, it causes them to not operate well, and can actually be harmful to the user.

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    5. Aurora approves tax incentives for big Amazon facility

      The city of Aurora has approved as much as $1.18 million in tax incentives to Amazon.com Inc., which planning to build a huge fulfillment center in the city. The tax breaks would take effect if the e-commerce giant (Nasdaq: AMZN) creats at least 900 jobs at the 1 million square foot facility at Prologis Park 70 near the intersection of Interstate 70 and E-470, the Aurora Sentinel reports.

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    6. Foundations Commit $140,000 to Colorado STEM Education – Pagosa Daily Post News Events & Video for Pagosa Springs Colorado

      STEM Champions Gill Foundation and Ball Corporation today announced they will commit $140,000 to support Colorado STEM. Colorado STEM is a strategy of The Colorado Education Initiative (CEI). This funding will help accelerate the engagement of education, business, and community partners to continue to implement the Colorado STEM Education Roadmap, Colorado’s plan to advance science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) learning and opportunities that prepare Coloradan’s for success in college, career, and life.

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    7. U.S. News ranks Colorado's MBA, grad-school programs

      U.S. News ranks Colorado's MBA, grad-school programs

      Several Colorado universities scored top rankings in the latest U.S. News & World Report evaluation of college graduate programs in business, law, engineering and other fields. The rankings for 2018 were published today. The University of Colorado Boulder's Leeds School of Business is tied at No. 79 in the nation for its MBA program on the latest list. It ranked No. 77 last year and No. 86 the year before.

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    8. Denver tech school helps blind and visually impaired prepare for high-demand jobs – The Denver Post

      Denver tech school helps blind and visually impaired prepare for high-demand jobs – The Denver Post

      Mike Hess is helping lead a public-private partnership for a new vocational school for blind and visually impaired people to prepare them for high-demand jobs. Hess, founder and executive director of the Blind Institute of Technology, said the effort is to head off a nearly 80 percent unemployment rate among the visually impaired and blind and to get otherwise smart and qualified people into the American workforce.

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