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    1. Mayor Hancock sends message to business owners, developers in State of City address

      Mayor Hancock sends message to business owners, developers in State of City address

      Denver Mayor Michael Hancock delivered a double-edged sword to business owners in his annual State of the City Address on Monday, telling them they are crucial to growing employment in traditional neighborhoods and to funding projects from affordable housing to transit — but also warning that the city will begin keeping a closer eye on development to stave off gentrification and continued housing-access issues.

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    2. Denver cybersecurity company expands, moves downtown from Tech Center

      Denver cybersecurity company expands, moves downtown from Tech Center

      OverWatchID, in business for 20 years, said it's moved to much larger offices — 9,000 square feet — at 900 S. Broadway in Denver, from its previous 2,500-square-foot location in the Tech Center. Currently the company employs 30 people, but plans to add 12 more employees in 2018, OverWatchID officials said.


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    3. Uber joins $335 million investment in Lime, will make the scooters available in the Uber app

      Ride-hailing giant Uber is continuing its expansion into other types of transportation with an investment Monday into bike and scooter company Lime. Lime said it raised $335 million in the new round that included Uber. This brings the total funding for San Mateo-based Lime to $467 million and its valuation to $1.1 billion, Lime said.

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    4. Colorado Technology Association names new CEO

      Colorado Technology Association names new CEO

      Technology’s main trade group in Colorado has new leadership after nearly four months of an executive search.

      The Colorado Technology Association has appointed Frannie Matthews, a veteran IBM sales executive, to run the industry association.

      She expressed excitement at the opportunity to use CTA’s ability to harness its hundreds of members companies to support the technology industry.

      “We bring individuals together who are true powerhouses in technology in Colorado, and with that network…

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    5. Denver companies rank among top workplaces for Millennials on 2018 Fortune list

      Two Denver-area companies were rated among Fortune's 2018 "Best Workplaces for Millennials" list. Fast Enterprises LLC of Centennial ranked No. 29 and Denver's SendGrid ranked No. 73 on this year’s list of the 100 best places to work for those born between 1981 and 1997. The fourth annual report, compiled by Fortune and San Francisco-based Great Place to Work, surveyed nearly 400,000 employees and asked respondents to rate the practices of their employers.

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    6. Denver unveils pilot program for electric scooters

      Denver unveils pilot program for electric scooters

      Denver has laid out a plan to bring electric scooters back to city sidewalks. Denver Public Works plans to test a one-year pilot permit program for dockless electric scooter companies like Lime and Bird. The companies dropped hundreds of scooters around the city without Denver's approval about a month ago, but pulled them off the streets recently to work out a deal with the city.

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    7. Two-thirds of Denver tech managers plan on hiring more people in 2018

      Two-thirds of Denver's tech hiring managers said they plan on adding more people to their teams later this year. That's according to a new report from staffing firm Robert Half Technology, which indicated that 87 percent of hiring managers are seeing a lot more tech workers move to Denver because of opportunities here. Nationally, 60 percent of hiring managers said they plan on adding tech jobs this year, according to Robert Half. What are the hot tech jobs in Denver?

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    8. 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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