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    1. 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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    2. 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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    3. New Colorado business committee chairwoman vows to bring business, labor together

      New Colorado business committee chairwoman vows to bring business, labor together

      Six years ago, when she was named chairwoman of the House Business Affairs and Labor Committee, then-Rep. Angela Williams called representatives from business, labor and other organizations together and informed them things would be different under her oversight. Before controversial measures came before the committee, she would sit down with both sides — either together or separately — understand their issues and try to find common ground.

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    4. Denver was a magnet for some of the world's most recognizable tech companies in 2018

      Denver was a magnet for some of the world's most recognizable tech companies in 2018

      The flock of Bay Area tech companies expanding into Denver picked up speed as the year went on, establishing the city as the country’s next big tech hub. In January, Strava, maker of an exercise-tracking software, announced the opening of its Denver office. The company has 20 people in Denver today, but it’s currently advertising a slew of engineering jobs for its office here. Throughout the year, a number of large and well-known companies, in addition to some smaller startups, announced plans to expand into Denver, promising hundreds of jobs.

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    5. Incentives garner Colorado more than 6,800 new jobs in 2018

      Incentives garner Colorado more than 6,800 new jobs in 2018

      State officials garnered a lot of attention in 2018 for their successful recruiting of VF Corporation’s headquarters, which will relocate from Greensboro, North Carolina, to Denver’s Union Station neighborhood in mid-2019. But that company was just one of 20 that accepted job-growth incentive tax credits from the Colorado Economic Development Commission this year to create as many as 6,821 new jobs in the state over the next eight years.

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    6. 7 Questions With The Doctor Who Doesn’T Like Riding Scooters, But Is Helping Others Find One

      7 Questions With The Doctor Who Doesn’T Like Riding Scooters, But Is Helping Others Find One

      Dr. David Mintzer is a hospitalist at Denver Health who dabbles in making smartphone apps. But he also realizes how popular the dockless scooters have become in Denver and across the country. That’s why he decided to develop “Scooter Life” in his spare time. The free smartphone app takes the location data from all of the e-scooter companies and places it onto a single map. 

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    7. Meet the CEO of cryptocurrency exchange business ShapeShift growing its Denver presence

      Meet the CEO of cryptocurrency exchange business ShapeShift growing its Denver presence

      ShapeShift, a cryptocurrency exchange business based in Zug, Switzerland, has big plans for its operations in the Denver metro area. CEO Erik Voorhees said the company has more than 120 employees here and plans on hiring “at least” between 30 and 50 more people within the next year. Voorhees is also active in the community. In June, Gov. John Hickenlooper appointed 12 people, including Voorhees to the Colorado Council for the Advancement of Blockchain Technology.

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    8. Apple plans to more than double the size of its workforce in Boulder

      Apple plans to more than double the size of its workforce in Boulder

      Apple is doubling down on its commitment to high-tech jobs and its workforce nationwide, and that includes more jobs in Colorado. The iPhone maker on Thursday announced plans for a $1 billion, 5,000-job campus in Austin, Texas, but added it has plans to add tech jobs in a number of cities, including Boulder, Pittsburgh and New York.

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    9. Colorado's eco-devo director: Why I'm leaving for a new opportunity

      Colorado's eco-devo director: Why I'm leaving for a new opportunity

      After nearly 30 years as a leader in the telecommunications industry, Stephanie Copeland never expected to transition into the public sector — a change that was “unexpected and unbelievably fulfilling.” Copeland and Gov. John Hickenlooper announced Monday that she would be stepping down as the leader of OEDIT on Dec. 31 to become the first CEO of The Governance Project, a nonprofit effort that will work with local governments to give them the tools they need to take advantage of government programs to spur their economies. 

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    10. Colorado hospital uses AI to get patients out the door faster

      Colorado hospital uses AI to get patients out the door faster

      Several years ago, Noomi Hirsch’s team at Lutheran Medical Center took a closer look at how the hospital discharged patients and the results were eye-opening. “We figured out there were 279 individual steps a patient needed to go through before they could leave the hospital,” said Hirsch, vice president of operations for the SCL Health-owned hospital in Wheat Ridge. “At that point, it really kicked off our focus of streamlining that part of the operation.” Since October, Lutheran has been piloting Qventus, an artificial intelligence platform that aims to make the process of discharging patients more efficient.

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    11. Colorado gives online retailers a temporary reprieve from new sales-tax rules

      Colorado gives online retailers a temporary reprieve from new sales-tax rules

      Online retailers who are worried about how to comply with Colorado’s new sales-tax rules got a couple of months more to figure things out Thursday from the Colorado Department of Revenue. State officials extended by two months — from March 31 to May 31 — the deadline for retailers to comply with rules announced in September that require sellers of online goods to remit taxes to the state and to the local jurisdictions in which the purchasers reside. Revenue department leaders have exempted from the rules out-of-state businesses that make less than $100,000 in revenues or do less than 200 ...

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    12. Colorado wants to be an epicenter of blockchain technology. Can it succeed?

      Colorado wants to be an epicenter of blockchain technology. Can it succeed?

      Headlines are buzzing about the demise of the popular cryptocurrency bitcoin. But many experts in Colorado say these reports obscure the growing promise of the technology that supports cryptocurrencies: blockchain. “Even if cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin are seeing a fall in prices, blockchain, as an underlying but independent technology, is following its own path of advancement,” says Emily Garnett, an attorney at the Denver law firm Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck. Colorado — and the Denver metro in particular — is home to many promising blockchain startups, while established businesses in the area are looking into using blockchain technology. The state's government ...

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    13. New University of Colorado Hospital CEO brings robust telehealth experience

      New University of Colorado Hospital CEO brings robust telehealth experience

      Gessner, 52, comes from Pennsylvania where he was president of University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Children’s Hospital and Western Psychiatric Hospital. While there, he launched a number of virtual health services, including an international pediatric telemedicine center, and embedded behavioral health services in primary care settings.

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    14. Colorado startup starts shipping snow-fighting robots, but expects lawn maintenance to be the money-maker

      Colorado startup starts shipping snow-fighting robots, but expects lawn maintenance to be the money-maker

      There’s a flurry of activity up in Longmont as a startup there prepares to launch a fleet of snow-fighting robots. As winter gets ready for another season, Left Hand Robotics’s 14-person team is working to ship out 20 SnowBot Pro machines to a variety of clients, including one of the country’s largest colleges and some municipalities that are looking to cut down on personnel and overtime costs when it comes to clearing unpredictable snow.

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    15. Uber reportedly scooting around idea of buying Bird or Lime

      Uber reportedly scooting around idea of buying Bird or Lime

      Uber is bullish on shared electric scooters — so bullish that the ride-hailing giant reportedly is considering buying Bird Rides Inc. or Lime. Uber has held talks with both companies, reported both The Information and Financial Times. Uber already holds a minority stake in Lime and added its scooters to its ride-hailing app this summer. The company also bought Jump Bikes, a dockless electric bicycle-sharing system that has introduced scooters, earlier this year. 

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