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    1. Airbnb proposes new perk for hosts: A stake in the company

      Airbnb proposes new perk for hosts: A stake in the company

      Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky has long said the decade-old company would be nothing without its hosts. Now, the home-sharing giant is looking to offer them a stake in the fast-growing company. Airbnb Inc. sent a letter to the Securities and Exchange Commission asking it to revise rules that govern shareholder eligibility. The request was in response to a SEC inquiry over the summer about the potential to offer equity to contract workers.

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    2. Here's how many scooters and e-bikes are cruising in Denver, and how many more are in store

      Here's how many scooters and e-bikes are cruising in Denver, and how many more are in store

      This has been Denver's summer of the scooter, and the city's sidewalks are about to see hundreds more as its residents trade in their iced coffees for pumpkin spice lattes. Companies that make dockless electric scooters and bicycles have come a long way since June, when Denver Public Works was confiscating them from sidewalks.

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    3. Arrow Electronics to build 'Colorado Open Lab' in headquarters to advance smart city technology

      When Arrow Electronics joined The Colorado Smart Cities Alliance in 2017, Aiden Mitchell, the company’s vice president of global internet of things solutions, said the technology distribution giant would be an advisor for the group, pulling on its hundreds of suppliers around the globe to assist municipalities in making their cities smarter. On Tuesday, the company took its commitment a step further, announcing the Colorado Open Lab, an innovation center where the public and private sector can development and test smart technologies before deploying them. The lab, slated to open in mid-2019, will be located inside Arrow’s headquarters ...

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    4. Questions remain for technology sellers and service providers in the wake of the Wayfair decision

      Questions remain for technology sellers and service providers in the wake of the Wayfair decision

      For more than 50 years, vendors have controlled their sales tax compliance burden by limiting their activities in market states. But following the U.S. Supreme Court’s (the court’s) South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. ruling (Wayfair), which overturned the physical presence standard, interstate vendors are subject to tax laws in each state where they sell goods or services. This means vendors need to consider sales tax compliance requirements as soon as they begin making significant sales in another…

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    5. Siri almost started in Denver

      Siri almost started in Denver

      Hey Siri, where are you from? If the iPhone personal assistant’s co-founder had it his way, the answer would be Denver. Dag Kittlaus, the co-founder of Siri, now Apple’s personal assistant, and Viv Labs, which was acquired by Samsung for its smartphone lineup, told the Denver business community on Tuesday he wanted to start the company in the Mile High City, pointing to it as a “hot area” for tech companies.

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    6. More companies are offering telehealth services. So why aren't employees tuning in?

      More companies are offering telehealth services. So why aren't employees tuning in?

      The increasing demand for telemedicine services centers on an employees' desire for more convenient doctor appointments and lower out-of-pocket costs. And employers are hearing those demands loud and clear. According to a new survey by human resources consulting firm Mercer, 71 percent of employers with at least 500 employees offer some type of telemedicine service to employees.

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    7. Software firm to grow Denver headcount to 300 at new U.S. headquarters

      Software firm to grow Denver headcount to 300 at new U.S. headquarters

      There was plenty of celebrating — including 90 minutes of mimosas and some live jazz to start the morning — on the fourth story of the newest building in Denver’s lower Highland neighborhood this week. Xero, the cloud accounting software maker, officially moved from its offices in the Denver Tech Center into a hip, new 30,000-square-foot space on the top floor of the Circa Building, 1615 Platte St., between Commons Park and I-25, on Monday.

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    8. Spaceport Colorado lands FAA license, moving closer to space tourism flights near Denver

      Spaceport Colorado lands FAA license, moving closer to space tourism flights near Denver

      All systems are go for a small airport east of Denver to become Spaceport Colorado, a take-off spot for tourists catching rides to space. The Federal Aviation Administration on Friday approved a commercial spaceport license for Front Range Airport in Adams County, six miles south of Denver International Airport, the county said.

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