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    1. 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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    2. 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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    3. Inside the massive Amazon fulfillment center under construction in Aurora (Photos)

      Inside the massive Amazon fulfillment center under construction in Aurora (Photos)

      Today it's just the concrete shell, but by late summer the Amazon fulfillment center in Aurora will have 20 million items, 1,000 employees and 75 bays with trucks coming and going all day long. Amazon.com Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN) construction managers on Friday morning gave some Aurora elected officials and members of the media a sneak peak inside the 1 million square foot facility under construction and expected to be completed by late summer.

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    4. Colorado Legislature sends bill regulating driverless vehicles to Hickenlooper

      Colorado Legislature sends bill regulating driverless vehicles to Hickenlooper

      Colorado legislators have sent to Gov. John Hickenlooper a bill that would put the state at the forefront of regulating self-driving cars. Senate Bill 213, sponsored by Republican state Sen. Owen Hill of Colorado Springs and Democratic Sen. Dominick Moreno of Commerce City, acknowledges the existence of autonomous vehicles on state roadways, declares their regulation a matter of statewide concern and requires such cars and trucks to conform to every state and federal law of driving.

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    5. Venture capital deals and dollars soar for Colorado companies, says MoneyTree report

      A supersonic jet company, a biopharmaceutical company targeting diseases with unmet medical needs, and a company working to thwart cyber crime are among the Colorado companies that made the first quarter of 2017 a comeback quarter. Colorado companies scored big in venture capital investment money with $345 million in 43 deals in the first quarter of 2017, climbing its way to the No. 4 state in the country for the total number of venture capital deals and dollars.

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    6. 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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    7. Broomfield video on demand firm raises $5.6 million

      Intelivideo, a Broomfield company that allows fitness businesses to sell their videos for streaming or downloading, said it's raised $5.6 million. The round of funding was led by existing investors, the company said, and the money will be used to "support growth efforts to enter into new video on demand (VOD) categories as well as bolster sales, marketing and product development initiatives."

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    8. Colorado office-sharing marketplace sells to New York rival

      Colorado office-sharing marketplace sells to New York rival

      Upstart workspace providers are doing whatever they can to hold their own against the $20 billion-valued WeWork. For Brooklyn, New York-based co-working service Industrious, M&A is one way to compete. 7 photos Industrious' Nashville co-working space. PivotDesk, a Boulder-based office-sharing marketplace known for connecting growing businesses with office space, has been scooped up by Industrious for an undisclosed price.

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