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    1. Pikes Peak Community College program pays for training interns in technology, manufacturing, construction | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

      Pikes Peak Community College program pays for training interns in technology, manufacturing, construction | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

      Colorado's Innovative Industries internship program grants pay up to $5,000 per intern for at least 130 hours of on-the-job training over a maximum of six months in the advanced manufacturing, aerospace, bioscience, construction, electronics, energy and natural resources, engineering or information technology industries. The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment will accept applications Jan. 1-Feb. 15 for a second round of grants for training for up to 125 internships.

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    2. UCCS entrepreneur lab allows students to wade into shark tank

      UCCS entrepreneur lab allows students to wade into shark tank

      The University of Colorado at Colorado Springs has opened a laboratory where its student entrepreneurs can wade into the shark tank.

      Instead of competing for an investment, six student teams have to show continued progress to stay in The Garage, a space that previously housed a prototyping lab in the school's engineering building that student companies can use to turn their business ideas into companies that generate revenue and profits.

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    3. Suthers' support for technology gets statewide notice | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

      Suthers' support for technology gets statewide notice | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

      Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers was tickled to receive a technology award this week, saying his daughters make fun of his lack of technological know-how. But while he may not be expert in high-tech undertakings, Suthers was recognized Wednesday as the Colorado Technology Association's technology "Advocate of the Year," for making a real, measurable impact on the advancement of the state's technology industry.

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    4. Colorado Springs company joins forces with academy to counter cyberattacks

      Colorado Springs company joins forces with academy to counter cyberattacks

      Colorado Springs-based cybersecurity provider root9B announced Monday that it will work with the Air Force Academy to develop technology to counter cyber attacks. Under the agreement, root9B and the academy will create a research team to recognize and protect industrial control systems from threats...

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    5. New CEO named for cybersecurity center in Colorado Springs

      New CEO named for cybersecurity center in Colorado Springs

      The National Cybersecurity Center didn't have to go far to find its first CEO. The center's board selected Ed Rios, vice chairman of its Cyber Institute and a Colorado Springs-based cybersecurity consultant, to head the center as of Saturday.

      Board members unanimously selected Rios from 13 applicants, including two other finalists who were interviewed by the board, said Ed Anderson, the center's interim executive director...

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    6. 'Gamification' brings video-game approach to learning for Colorado Springs school district | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

      'Gamification' brings video-game approach to learning for Colorado Springs school district | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

      More than 100 educators from elementary, middle and high schools in Academy School District 20 will play games Friday, all in the name of learning. Next semester, some students will apply the strategies of Warrior, Sage and other gaming characters in math, science, social studies and English lessons. Eagleview Middle School is hosting a day-long training in the developing classroom trend of gamification, or game mechanics.

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    7. New Colorado law could boost crowdfunding

      New Colorado law could boost crowdfunding

      A year-old state law probably will make crowdfunding the most popular way to fund small business, according to speakers at a workshop Thursday on entrepreneurial finance at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.

      The 2015 legislation along with similar federal rules enacted earlier this year widens fundraising for startups beyond wealthy individuals to a much wider audience of potential investors who may want to back a new business with a few thousand dollars, said Karl Dakin, a Denver-based consultant who heads one of the new platforms Colorado investors can use to seek crowdfunding. He was one of three speakers ...

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    8. Investment firm buys Verizon complex on Garden of the God Road for $31 million

      Investment firm buys Verizon complex on Garden of the God Road for $31 million

      A New York-based investment group has acquired the Verizon complex on Garden of the Gods Road for $31 million in the second-largest real estate transaction this year.

      A limited liability company created by Fortress Investment Group LLC bought the 726,528-square-foot complex on 129 acres at 2424 Garden of the Gods Road Aug. 10 from Verizon Business Network Services Inc., according a deed filed with the El Paso County Clerk and Recorder's Office...

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    9. Colorado Springs-based defense contractor adding 85 jobs

      Colorado Springs-based defense contractor adding 85 jobs

      Colorado Springs-based defense contractor Intelligent Software Solutions Inc. plans to hire up to 85 employees, most of them locally, to complete work on Air Force contracts recently or soon to be awarded, CEO Jay Jesse said.

      ISS has received more than $60 million in contracts, extensions and task orders so far this year and is expected to receive another task order soon valued at $40 million that, along with other classified work the company cannot disclose, is triggering the hiring push, Jesse said.

      "The previous two or three years were down for us, triggering layoffs, But now we have several ...

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