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    1. Denver cybersecurity company adds former U.S. senator to its board

      Denver cybersecurity company adds former U.S. senator to its board

      A Denver cybersecurity company said it's adding a former U.S. senator from Colorado to its board of directors. SecureSet, a private intensive cybersecurity training course, said former U.S. Sen. Mark Udall is joining its board. “I find SecureSet’s mission compelling, both from a security and economic perspective. Universities are an important part of the solution, but we have to be far more agile and nimble to address emerging threats.

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    2. Take3: Skyline Beer Garden opens downtown (Video)

      The Denver Business Journal's Rachael Long joins Denver City Council President Albus Brooks and Tami Door, president and CEO of the Downtown Denver Partnership, for the opening of downtown's newest summer attraction -- the Sklyline Beer Garden.

      Find out what the venue has to offer in this video -- and be sure to watch to the end to see Brooks and Door get their groove on.

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    3. Hole-y drone delivery! LaMar's takes a flier on aerial doughnut dropoffs in Denver

      Hole-y drone delivery! LaMar's takes a flier on aerial doughnut dropoffs in Denver

      Keep looking to the skies, LaMar’s Donuts fans.

      The Denver-based doughnut purveyor will make its first delivery of “dronuts” next week in Denver.

      LaMar’s plans to make four drone deliveries on May 31, including to the Denver City & County Building, the police and fire headquarters and on the 16th Street Mall. It’s working with a company called Drone Dispatch for the deliveries.

      The aerial deliver is a promotion for LaMar’s National Donut Day sweepstakes, with the grand prize being…

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    4. Denver cybersecurity training school moves to new Blake Street location

      Denver is quite the hotbed when it comes to cybersecurity. In April, it was reported that CyberGRX, a cybersecurity company that moved to Denver last summer, said it raised $20 million in venture capital. In March, Denver-based Optiv Security Inc. bought Comm Solutions, a 71-person cybersecurity and IT networking consulting practice based in Pennsylvania. Now, a Denver cybersecurity training academy said it's moving to a new Blake Street location that it said will allow it to grow. SecureSet…

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    5. Dish Network announces a few deals with Amazon

      Dish Network Corp. said it's made a few deals with Amazon.com. The Douglas County satellite TV provider (Nasdaq: DISH) announced two deals on Monday morning: The first will allow Dish's Hopper digital video recording set-top box to work directly with Amazon's intelligent personal assistant Alexa. Dish is the first TV provider to offer direct compatibility with Amazon Alexa, the company said.

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    6. Colorado ranks high among big states for startup activity, report says

      Colorado ranks high among big states for startup activity, report says

      It looks like 2016 was a good year for Colorado entrepreneurs. Among the 25 largest states by population, Colorado was among the top five for startup activity, according to the 2017 Kauffman Index on Startup Activity released today. Kauffman releases a series of studies each year that also look at main street entrepreneurship and growth startups. This report looks at the:

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