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    1. Colorado nonprofit and Uber partner to support electric car use

      Uber Technologies Inc. is working with Austin officials on the city’s Smart Mobility Roadmap by bringing its electric-vehicle pilot program to town. Executives at the San Francisco-headquartered ridesharing business said last week that the Texas capital is among seven cities nationwide participating in the program. Other participants include Los Angeles, Montreal, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco and Seattle. Uber also has partnered with the Rocky Mountain Institute to help company drivers…

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    2. Denver included in expansion of Lyft's free ride program

      Lyft and the American Cancer Society are expanding a partnership that provides free rides to cancer patients to one state and seven cities including Denver. In addition to existing partnerships in Las Vegas and Miami, the program is expanding to the Mile High City as well as Atlanta, Cincinnati, Houston, Los Angeles, Philadelphia and St. Louis as well as the state of New Jersey.

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    3. Longtime Colorado lender CoBiz bought in nearly $1 billion deal

      Longtime Colorado lender CoBiz bought in nearly $1 billion deal

      Longtime Colorado lender CoBiz Financial Inc. of Denver is being purchased in a deal valued at nearly $1 billion. Tulsa, Oklahoma-based BOK Financial Corp. (Nasdaq: BOKF) said it's buying CoBiz for $977 million, using 75 percent stock and the rest cash to make the purchase. CoBiz has assets of $3.8 billion and has 15 banking locations in Colorado and Arizona. In April, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) named CoBiz its 7(a) Small Lender of the Year.

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    4. Pilot program makes way for electric scooters to stay in Denver

      The City of Denver announced it will try to play nice with the companies that dropped off those dockless e-scooters that appeared in Denver seemingly overnight.

      Bird and Lime, the companies responsible for the scooters, were notified of Friday of the city's intention to create a pilot program that would make way for the scooters to have a more permanent home in Denver.

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    5. Aurora tech firm acquired by Connecticut credit union

      DaLand Solutions, an Aurora-based technology and professional services provider to credit unions across the country, announced Wednesday that it was acquired by Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union. Based in Rocky Hill, Connecticut, Nutmeg State Financial Credit Union has 39,000 members and $450 million in assets. The news release said it is one of the largest credit unions in the country. 

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    6. UCHealth to become big tenant in Catalyst HTI building in RiNo

      UCHealth said it will become one of the largest tenants in the Catalyst Health-Tech Innovation building, now under construction in Denver's River North neighborhood. At the development, located on the west side of Brighton Boulevard between 35th and 36th Streets, UCHealth said it plans to build an innovation lab with a “hospital room of the future, a space to test equipment and devices and actually create a new type of clinical setting."

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    7. Boulder's VictorOps selling to San Francisco firm for $120 million

      A San Francisco data management company is buying VictorOps Inc. of Boulder for $120 million. Splunk Inc. (Nasdaq: SPLK) said it will use cash and stock to buy VictorOps, which makes software that monitors companies’ software products, alerting about incidents that keep the software from functioning well and helping get started on fixing the issue.

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    8. SALT Lending nonprofit partners with Regis University to offer blockchain class

      SALT Lending nonprofit partners with Regis University to offer blockchain class

      A blockchain class that's the result of a partnership between blockchain-backed loan provider SALT Lending’s nonprofit arm and Regis University launches Wednesday.

      The four-week, not-for-credit pilot course offered through Regis University’s College of Business and Economics is titled “Blockchain for Social Impact.” It will cover basic crypto-economic concepts.

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    9. Fast-growing Colorado tech company signs big lease at 5500 South Quebec

      The owner of a Denver Tech Center office building said a fast-growing Colorado tech company has signed a big lease. Northstar Commercial Partners said internet distribution company Pax8 has signed a 74,068-square-foot agreement at 5500 South Quebec that will fill the majority of the property's entire remaining vacancy. Northstar bought the 204,945-square-foot 5500 South Quebec building $16,150,000 in 2015.

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    10. Hickenlooper signs workforce development, opioid-treatment bills

      Gov. John Hickenlooper on Tuesday participated in the final public bill-signing of his eight-year term as Colorado’s highest elected official, and he also signed into law another bill that could pump significant money into the fight against opioid abuse.

      Surrounded by dozens of department heads and lobbyists, Hickenlooper inked House Bill 1266, which extends the two-year-old Career Development Success Pilot Program that reimburses school districts and charter schools who complete internships,…

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    11. The former Google Ventures may give scooter company Lime's unicorn round a push to $250M

      Funding for scooter sharing companies is multiplying almost as fast as they are appearing on city streets and sidewalks, with news on Tuesday that Lime is lining up a $250 million round. Axios cited unnamed sources who said that GV (formerly Google Ventures) has agreed to lead the massive round for San Mateo-based Neutron Holdings Inc., the company that operates on-demand bike and scooter business Lime.

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    12. Denver-based software firm Vendavo acquires Swedish company

      Denver-based software firm Vendavo said it's acquired Swedish pricing software provider Navetti AB for an undisclosed price. "Terms of the deal are confidential," said a Vendavo spokesperson. Vendavo makes price-management software. The company's involved in a patent infringement spat with German software company Price f(x).

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