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    1. German-based HERE mapping company is now here with new Boulder office

      HERE, a German tech company aiming to provide high-quality maps for self-driving cars, on Wednesday officially opened its new office in Boulder — with plans to grow. 

      The office currently has 20 people, and executives say they expect to have a total of 35 people in the office by the end of the year. 

      HERE traces its roots back to the mid-1980s when a small team started developing digital maps of California.

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    2. 2 Colorado cities picked for 'Smart City Collaborative'

      Two Colorado cities have made the list of 22 communities nationwide to joint the 2018 Smart Cities Collaborative. The collaborative, run by Washington, D.C.-based Transportation for America, is now in its second year. The participants will meet to discuss transportation problems and solutions. Boulder and Centennial made the list, which also includes big cities like San Francisco, Houston and Los Angeles.

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    3. Denver's tops in the nation for small-business growth, says new report

      Denver's tops in the nation for small-business growth, says new report

      Denver overtook Seattle as the top-ranked metro for small business employment growth in March, according to a new report

      The latest Paychex | IHS Markit Small Business Employment Watch report, which focuses on national small-business wage and hiring trends, indicated that nationally, small-business employment growth declined slightly in March.

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    4. Colorado opted into it last year — now FirstNet is going national - Denver Business Journal

      Colorado opted into it last year — now FirstNet is going national - Denver Business Journal

      The wireless communication network for first responders that Colorado opted into last year has gone national. AT&T's FirstNet is the first nationwide public safety communications platform exclusively for the use of police, firefighters and other emergency responders, giving them their own separate, nationwide broadband network.

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    5. Dish exec testifies that AT&T-Time Warner merger would hurt SlingTV

      A Dish Network Corp. testified Monday that if the AT&T merger with Time Warner is allowed to go through, it would hurt his company's Sling TV service. The U.S. government is going to court to block the $85 billion merger, and in the case in Washington D.C. on Monday, government witness and Dish exec Warren Schlichting warned of the deal's impacts.

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    6. Colorado to spend millions building electric-vehicle charging stations

      After more than a year of work, Colorado air pollution officials last week finalized a plan to spend $68.7 million to cut car and truck pollution in the state by investing in electric and alternative-fuel vehicles. 

      The money is Colorado’s share of Volkswagen’s $2.7 billion settlement with the U.S. government over allegations the company installed software in its diesel-powered vehicles that enabled the vehicles to cheat on pollution tests — artificially lowering the results. 

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    7. Colorado identifies 126 'Opportunity Zones' eligible for federal tax incentives - Denver Business Journal

      Colorado identifies 126 'Opportunity Zones' eligible for federal tax incentives - Denver Business Journal

      Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper said he hopes to revitalize economically distressed areas with some federal tax incentives created under recent legislation. He, along with the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT), announced Friday they have nominated 126 "Opportunity Zones" across the state, a majority located outside the Front Range.

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    8. Denver a top 10 U.S. city for entrepreneurs, startups, says report

      Denver a top 10 U.S. city for entrepreneurs, startups, says report

      Denver's one of the top 10 cities in the country for entrepreneurs and startups, according to a new report. Business.org, a website that provides research, product reviews and recommendations to business owners, said it surveyed 300 U.S.cities and ranked the top 40, according to "their start-up friendliness, as well as financial environments and demographic cultures."

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