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    1. WeWork rebrands as The We Co., plans expansion in residential and education markets

      WeWork rebrands as The We Co., plans expansion in residential and education markets

      WeWork, which rose to prominence as a go-to company for creatives who need space to work on innovative ideas, has rebranded as The We Co. In a prepared statement, co-founder and CEO Adam Neumann said the company will consist of three distinct entities — WeWork, WeLive, and WeGrow.

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    2. 2019 is the year of artificial intelligence for Arrow Electronics

      2019 is the year of artificial intelligence for Arrow Electronics

      It was about a decade ago when leadership at Arrow Electronics needed to make a critical decision that would carry the business into the future: Either continue selling components and grow the customer base, or be part of the design and future of where those parts were going. CEO Michael Long chose the latter and the investment in engineers is bearing fruit. Sales at the Centennial-based business are up 21 percent from two years ago and profit is up 33 percent.

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    3. Denver-based Healthgrades acquires Birmingham firm to expand footprint

      Denver-based Healthgrades acquires Birmingham firm to expand footprint

      Healthgrades, the online portal that lets consumers read reviews on hospitals, doctors and other health care providers, has acquired a Birmingham company that’s going to allow it to expand its customer relationship management business and add new offerings to its suite of products. Rob Draughon, CEO of the Denver-based company, announced at the 37th annual J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference on Tuesday, that Healthgrades acquired Birmingham, Alabama-based Influence Health, a company that offers web development, social media and search optimization products for health care customers.

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    4. Denver adopts new rules for electric scooters

      Denver adopts new rules for electric scooters

      After months of confusion surrounding rules related to those electric scooters that invaded Denver over the summer, city council members voted on Monday night to approve changes on where they are allowed to operate. Dockless scooters are now classified as "Electric Mobility Scooters," subjecting them to a different set of rules. The biggest change is that scooter users should now use bike lanes whenever they are available.

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    5. Dish Network to double down on 'huge gamble' — a narrowband IoT network

      Dish Network to double down on 'huge gamble' — a narrowband IoT network

      Dish is ultimately working toward building out a true 5G network which it estimates will cost about $10 billion. The narrowband IoT network it plans to build out by March 2020 will be beneficial to municipalities and other organizations looking to create more smart city features — things like sensors that can track traffic and weather. 

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    6. The WeWork expansion in Denver 'nowhere near finished'

      The WeWork expansion in Denver 'nowhere near finished'

      In Denver's commercial real estate market, coworking giant WeWork is one of, if not the, top office tenants to watch in 2019. The New York-based company ended 2018 with signed leases for nine locations, bringing its total amount of leased space to 628,029 square feet. It signed its first lease in LoDo's Triangle Building just three years ago.

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    7. 2018 was a watershed year for data and network security

      2018 was a watershed year for data and network security

      Data breaches and identity theft are now everyday events. That state of affairs doesn’t make them any less dangerous, distasteful and annoying. However, most people with an online footprint understand that at some point in their lives they are going to be the victim of an internet crime, that is, if they have been fortunate enough to avoid it to this point. What made 2018 different was seeing the pendulum begin to swing toward a new approach to privacy rights and a disruption of the digital status quo. There were several significant events and tipping points that marked 2018 ...

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    8. Dish Network patent reveals plans for the ultimate universal remote

      Dish Network patent reveals plans for the ultimate universal remote

      Dish Network wants to help you control everything inside your home from a single device. A recently approved patent by the Colorado-based satellite TV company describes a remote control that can do much more than just change the channel. From turning off a smart light to pausing an Apple TV or Roku streaming device, the remote would know which device you want to control by simply pointing it in the direction of the product you want to access.

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    9. Colorado Gov.-elect Polis announces new economic-development director

      Colorado Gov.-elect Polis announces new economic-development director

      Gov.-elect Jared Polis appointed former U.S. Rep. Betsy Markey as executive director of the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade, choosing a one-time business owner with extensive experience in government to replace a slew of private-sector leaders without government experience whom outgoing Gov. John Hickenlooper put in charge of the state’s business recruitment and retention efforts.

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    10. Colorado needs more economic incentives for companies to create apprenticeships, report states

      Colorado needs more economic incentives for companies to create apprenticeships, report states

      Though Colorado is making progress in terms of the number of its residents who are obtaining advanced degrees, the gap between current figures and where the state needs to be remains a “big deal,” and the state may need to look at providing economic incentives to companies to further expand the infrastructure needed to develop successful career pathways, a new Colorado Department of Labor and Employment report says.

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    11. WeWork picks Cherry Creek for ninth Denver location

      WeWork picks Cherry Creek for ninth Denver location

      WeWork is breaking out of Denver's downtown bubble for its next location. The New York-based coworking company has signed a lease for 18,000 square feet, or room for more than 300 desks, at a new office building in Cherry Creek. Come late summer or early fall 2019, it will occupy floors two and three of the Financial House building located at 2727 E. 2nd Ave., the same corner lot as 205 Detroit St.

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    12. Wells Fargo debuts banking app for Uber drivers, other gig workers

      Wells Fargo debuts banking app for Uber drivers, other gig workers

      Wells Fargo has created a banking app designed for the income volatility that comes with driving for Uber, delivering for Postmates or working other gig-economy jobs. The San Francisco-based bank created the standalone Greenhouse app to allow consumers to simplify their bills and make it easier to see how much money they have to spend by maintaining two balances. 

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