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    1. AG Weiser seeks to be top 'cop' against irresponsible companies

      AG Weiser seeks to be top 'cop' against irresponsible companies

      Weiser, in a recent interview, explained that he plans to be more active in filing legal actions against businesses that, say, recklessly expose their customers to data breaches or endanger public safety or lie to the public about the risks of their products — particularly as he looks at expanding the already filed lawsuit against Purdue Pharma to other opioid manufacturers who may have helped to grow the current addiction crisis. And the reason he is taking that tact, he explained, is so that entrepreneurs and innovators have room to plant their seeds and grow in Colorado without fear of competing ...

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    2. As Ibotta hits $500M cash-back milestone, a new way to get that cash is in the works

      As Ibotta hits $500M cash-back milestone, a new way to get that cash is in the works

      To CEO Bryan Leach, it’s more than just a big number. This week, his Denver-based shopping app Ibotta announced it had given back $500 million to users. The half-billion-dollar milestone took six years to hit, accelerating each year as the tech startup continues its rapid growth. More than $190 million in rewards were redeemed in 2018, a record year for that specific metric.

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    3. Denver-based Visible launches on Android, plans to sell smartphones

      Denver-based Visible launches on Android, plans to sell smartphones

      Visible, the all-digital wireless phone service that doesn’t have physical stores, is becoming more of store, and will soon be available to Android users. Officials with the Verizon Wireless-backed startup, which launched its $40-per-month unlimited phone service exclusively for iPhone users last May, say access for Android users has been the most requested feature to date.

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    4. UnitedHealthcare, Techstars to launch startup accelerator later this year

      UnitedHealthcare, Techstars to launch startup accelerator later this year

      UnitedHealthcare is teaming with Techstars to launch a health care startup accelerator that will select 10 startups to participate in a three-month program later this year. Operated by Boulder, Colo.-based Techstars, the UnitedHealth accelerator seeks to drive new health care innovations "that support payer and care provider efforts to help people live healthier lives and make the health system work better for everyone."

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    5. 5 minutes with Adam Enbar, the founder of a WeWork-owned coding school that’s coming to Denver

      5 minutes with Adam Enbar, the founder of a WeWork-owned coding school that’s coming to Denver

      Adam Enbar, founder and CEO of the New York-based Flatiron School says Denver is one of the best cities in the U.S. So, it was a no-brainer to expand his coding school, which was acquired by WeWork in 2017, to the Mile High City. The coding bootcamp is now accepting applications for its inaugural class here, which is slated to begin in March. There are only a few employees in Denver today, but Enbar expects to hire as many as 20 this year.

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    6. Two Colo. firms among top 100 companies for remote jobs

      Two Colo. firms among top 100 companies for remote jobs

      Two Colorado companies made the top 100 companies for FlexJobs’ annual list of businesses to watch for remote jobs. "As we saw in the latter part of 2018, we expect 2019 to continue to be a job seeker's market where companies will need to offer flexible/remote benefits to remain competitive and attract and retain the best talent," Sara Sutton, the founder and CEO of FlexJobs, said in a news release.

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    7. 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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