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    1. Colorado employers add 33 percent more jobs in April, unemployment rate drops

      Colorado employers add 33 percent more jobs in April, unemployment rate drops

      Colorado employers in Colorado added 5,400 non-farm jobs to their payrolls in April, a 33 percent increase from March. The number of people actively participating in the state's labor force increased by 6,800 to just over 3 million, according to the latest report from the Colorado Department of Labor and employment. The number of unemployed dropped by 2,500, with 9,300 more people reporting themselves as employed.

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    2. Denver among top cities for blockchain jobs

      Denver among top cities for blockchain jobs

      Denver ranked 10th in the country for blockchain and cryptocurrency jobs, according to a report by Crypto Fund Research released this week. Crypto Fund Research evaluated the markets for blockchain jobs in more than 300 cities across the U.S. Simply put, blockchain allows computer networks to exchange information without relying on a central authority. It supports cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin.

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    3. California mandates solar-powered homes; Denver solar firm's share soar

      In the wake of the state of California mandating that all new homes built after 2020 be powered by solar energy, shares in a Denver solar company soared Wednesday. Yesterday, the Denver Business Journal reported that the California Energy Commission unanimously approved a mandate requiring that all new housing in the state built after 2020 come with installed solar power.

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    4. Denver among Forbes' best cities for jobs in 2018

      Denver among Forbes' best cities for jobs in 2018

      The Denver metro ranks No. 12 on Forbes’ 2018 list of the best cities for jobs. The Mile High City posted 2.3 percent growth with 1.47 million jobs in 2017. For the second year, Dallas claims the top spot after it dethroned San Francisco in 2016. Its two-year reign stems from consistent job growth over the past several years, Forbes reported. Dallas is leading what Forbes dubbed the “surging south,” as many of the list’s top spots went to southern cities.

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    5. Colorado makes magazine's top 10 for 'Best States for Business'

      An economic development magazine has named Colorado one of the top 10 in its "Best States for Business" ranking. Colorado leaped five spots in the annual standings of Chief Executive magazine's list, taking eighth place this year. The magazine's competitive selection placed the Centennial State 27th for taxation and regulation, 10th for workforce quality and No. 1 for living environment.

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    6. National CineMedia brings AR gaming to movie theaters

      Movie theaters may want patrons to put their mobile phones away once the film begins, but National CineMedia Inc. is encouraging them to keep their devices out during the preshow with Noovie ARcade.

      Starting Friday, moviegoers will be able to play big-screen interactive augmented-reality (AR) games on their phones through a new companion app for NCM’s ‘Noovie’ preshow.

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    7. Former Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter joins VC firm

      Former Gov. Bill Ritter, who championed the renewable-energy focused New Energy Economy for Colorado during his four-year term, has joined Boulder’s Blackhorn Ventures, a venture capital firm, as a strategy partner. The former governor, who led Colorado from 2007 to 2011, will advise Blackhorn on energy investment and building partnerships in Colorado, the firm said in a statement.

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    8. Using blockchain, Denver company tracks exactly where your coffee came from

      A Denver company's technology will enable coffee drinkers to find out exactly where their coffee's beans were harvested, down to the coffee farmer who harvested the bean. Denver startup bext360 designed technology that when used at the Ugandan coffee farm, tracks the coffee from the farmer right down to when it's sold at one of Coda Coffee's locations around Denver.

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    9. Zayo CEO Caruso, wife, give $2 million to University of Colorado

      Zayo CEO Caruso, wife, give $2 million to University of Colorado

      Zayo Group Holdings Inc. CEO Dan Caruso, and his wife Cindy, are giving the University of Colorado $2 million. According to the school, through their foundation the Carusos are giving "$1 million toward the future connection between the business and engineering buildings, and another $1 million to support entrepreneurial activities that foster new business creation, diversity and inclusion."

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