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    1. Report: Hewlett-Packard to split in 2 companies

      Report: Hewlett-Packard to split in 2 companies

      Personal computer and printer maker Hewlett-Packard Co. reportedly plans to split itself into two separate companies by spinning off its technology services business.

      The Wall Street Journal reported the pending split Sunday citing people familiar with the matter, who said the company announcement could come as soon as Monday. A spokeswoman for HP declined to comment.

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    2. Insurance software company expands in downtown Colorado Springs

      Insurance software company expands in downtown Colorado Springs

      Colorado Springs-based Insurance Technologies is expanding its downtown office in response to customer demand.

      The company, which creates and provides software for insurance and financial service firms, announced this week that it has experienced a 30 percent increase in life and annuity customers in the past year, so it is expanding its office space by about one-third and adding employees.

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    3. Six days devoted in Colorado Springs to inspiring entrepreneurs, helping them find backers

      Six days devoted in Colorado Springs to inspiring entrepreneurs, helping them find backers

      Denver has one. So do the booming northern Colorado towns of Fort Collins and Boulder.

      Now, it's Colorado Springs' turn to experience Startup Week, a six-day series of events designed to raise awareness about and celebrate the accomplishments of entrepreneurs - and perhaps inspire others to start new companies.

      More than 4,000 people are expected to attend the nearly 30 events during Colorado Springs' inaugural event, which comes the week after Denver's.

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    4. We're Number ... well, something: Colorado Springs lands on lots of lists, but what does it mean?

      We're Number ... well, something: Colorado Springs lands on lots of lists, but what does it mean?

      n a Thumbtack.com survey this year of 12,000 business owners nationwide, Colorado Springs ranked No. 1 among 82 cities as the friendliest place for small businesses. - SmartAsset.com ranked Colorado Springs No. 2 on a list of best cities to be a tech worker. - The Springs came in at No. 6 on Outside Magazine's ranking of best big cities for active families and was No. 29 on Forbes' best places for business and careers.

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    5. Cognizant buying TriZetto for $2.7 billion

      Cognizant buying TriZetto for $2.7 billion

      Cognizant is buying health care software company TriZetto for $2.7 billion in cash.

      Privately held TriZetto Corp. is based in Englewood, Colorado. The company and its 3,700 workers will join Cognizant's existing health care information technology business.

      Cognizant Technology Solutions Corp., based in Teaneck, New Jersey, plans to finance the transaction with available cash and debt.

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    6. Colorado Springs company has a nose for medical devices

      Colorado Springs company has a nose for medical devices

      If the thought of post-surgery stitches or staples in your nose make you wince, you may soon have Colorado Springs entrepreneur Michael Larson to thank for developing a more palatable alternative.

      Larson, owner of Mind Rocket LLC, and his business partner Randall Bast are trying to raise up to $1 million from angel investors to begin clinical trials of Larson's medical device, which uses a laser to fuse human tissue, and is being promoted as a quicker-to-use, quicker-to-heal alternative to stitches or medical staples in nasal surgeries.

      The 2-year-old company hopes to sell ...

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    7. Futurist: Say goodbye to a 'job,' say hello to freelance

      With a shift to a more freelance economy, communities should focus less on attracting companies to provide jobs and more on attracting high-level executives who can bring a budget and staff with them to wherever they decide to locate, Thomas Frey said in an interview after his speech at the "State of the Workforce" event, hosted by the Pikes Peak Workforce Center.

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    8. Colorado Springs-based Cherwell Software acquires Seattle IT firm

      By rich laden rich.laden@gazette.com -

      Cherwell Software, a fast-growing Colorado Springs-based software developer, said Tuesday it has acquired Express Metrix, a small Seattle information technology and software asset management company.

      Neither of the privately held companied released terms of the deal, but Cherwell marketing vice president Jason Haggar said the transaction involved cash and Cherwell stock.

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    9. Air Force Academy program opens millions in research to Pikes Peak area entrepreneurs

      Air Force Academy program opens millions in research to Pikes Peak area entrepreneurs

      BY Katherine Blunt katherine.blunt@gmail.com -

      The Colorado Springs Technology Incubator will introduce a program at its Aug. 20 MashUp event that allows local businesses to jump-start growth using the resources of the Air Force Academy.

      The MashUp is a networking opportunity for local entrepreneurs.

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    10. Air Force Academy expanding tech transfer program to help area businesses

      Air Force Academy expanding tech transfer program to help area businesses
      Katherine Blunt katherine.blunt@gmail.com -

      Colorado Springs businesses will soon have more opportunity to jumpstart their growth, with help from the U.S. Air Force Academy.

      The academy is about to introduce an expansion of its technology transfer program to increase its collaboration with the private sector by giving businesses the chance to access its labs, intellectual property and research talent.

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    11. Colorado entrepreneurs gather to share, get feedback on their concepts

      Colorado entrepreneurs gather to share, get feedback on their concepts
      By Katherine blunt katherine.blunt@gazette.com -

      Ian Lee had to yell to silence the group.

      Fifty people paused their conversations and turned their attention to the center of the room, where three entrepreneurs were about to share what each hoped would be the next big idea.

      Lee and his cousin, Nick Lee - two organizers of Colorado Springs New Tech, a pitch night hosted by Peak Startup - fed the crowd's excitement with 10 pizzas, a keg and boxed wine.

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    12. Denver, Fort Collins rate high for careers; Colorado Springs also on list

      Denver, Fort Collins rate high for careers; Colorado Springs also on list
      The Denver Post -

      Denver and Fort Collins each climbed two rungs to round out the top five in Forbes' 16th annual list of Best Places for Business and Careers.

      Denver, No. 6 last year and No. 4 this year out of 200 cities, was dinged for business and living costs that are higher than any other city among the top five but was praised for its diverse economy and outdoor recreation opportunities that draw young employees.

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    13. Colorado Springs-based Cherwell Software gets new president

      Colorado Springs-based Cherwell Software gets new president

      by WAYNE HEILMAN wayneh@gazette.com -

      Four months after he joined Cherwell Software's board, Craig Harper has been named president of the Colorado Springs-based software developer.

      Harper, who has spent more than 15 years in executive marketing and sales posts in software and information technology, will oversee marketing, sales, services and support for the company, which develops software that keeps computers, networks and other information technology equipment running properly.

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