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    1. Why go into the office? Denver area embraces telecommuting

      Why go into the office? Denver area embraces telecommuting

      Why should you go into the office when telecommuting is available for many workers? The Denver and Boulder areas are some of the top telecommuting cities in the country, according to a new report. According to the " 2017 State of Telecommuting in the U.S. Employee Workforce" report created by FlexJobs and Global Workplace Analytics, Boulder is the nation's top telecommuting city, with 8.5 percent of the total workforce who telecommute.

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    2. Dish and Amazon reportedly thinking about making a wireless deal

      Dish and Amazon reportedly thinking about making a wireless deal

      Dish Network Corp. and Amazon.com Inc. are reportedly in talks to make some sort of wireless deal. The Wall Street Journal reported that Douglas County-based Dish (Nasdaq: DISH) and Seattle-based Amazon (Nasdaq: AMZN) are talking about creating a partnership that could allow Amazon to finance a Dish-built "internet of things" network, or one that would allow Amazon Prime customers a dedicated phone plan.

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    3. Denver startup Havenly seeks distance from VC amid sexual harassment controversy

      Havenly, a female-led Denver tech startup, is asking a one of its main investors to terminate its board relationship as allegations of unwanted sexual advances by one of the venture capital firm's founders shakes Silicon Valley.

      Technology blog The Information broke the news last week of female entrepreneurs saying Binary Capital co-founder and partner Justin Caldbeck made advances when they sought advice or talked about backing for startups, and that Caldbeck had a history of questionable behavior…

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    4. 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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