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    1. First 200,000 square feet of Hines' under-construction Denver tower taken by Gates, Optiv

      Nearly one-third of Denver's newest office tower was leased up in the fourth quarter of 2016, with a new company and an old company leasing more than 200,000 square feet. Cyber-security company Optiv Security Inc., which was recently acquired, will relocate from its current space at 1125 17th St. in February 2018 to take more than 75,000 square feet in three floors in 1144 15th, the office tower being developed in downtown Denver by Houston-based Hines.

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    2. A lean Denver space startup lands a military contract

      A lean Denver space startup lands a military contract

      A Denver space startup won a military contract that will help it prove its small satellite capabilities and get its first spacecraft into orbit this year. York Space Systems, a year-old satellite manufacturing company, has entered a research and development partnership with the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command to be prime contractor on a small satellite slated to launch as a secondary payload in late 2017.

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    3. Denver cloud startup raises $13 million VC round, plans for growth

      Cloud Elements Inc. has raised another $13 million from venture capitalists and plans to increase its staff by a third to expand the market for the Denver-based startup's technology.

      With the new funding, the 60-employee company plans to add about 20 positions this year with the aim of getting its products used by more companies, said Mark Geene, CEO and co-founder of Cloud Elements.

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    4. 2 of 3 members of Colorado Public Utilities Commission to be replaced - Denver Business Journal

      2 of 3 members of Colorado Public Utilities Commission to be replaced - Denver Business Journal

      The commission, which oversees power utilities, telecommunications and transportation, is about to get an extreme makeover. Gov. John Hickenlooper today appointed state energy official Jeff Ackermann as the PUC’s new chairman and tapped Wendy Moser, a telecom and energy executive, as a member of the regulatory panel.

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    5. Dish makes deal: Its Hopper will now work with Amazon's Alexa devices

      Dish makes deal: Its Hopper will now work with Amazon's Alexa devices

      Dish Corp. said it's made a deal with Amazon.com Inc. to allow its Hopper DVR to work with Amazon's Alexa devices including the Amazon Echo or Echo Dot. According to Douglas County-based Dish (Nasdaq: DISH), Dish is now the first TV provider to have direct compatibility with Amazon Alexa, which is the Seattle company's intelligent personal assistant.

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    6. Colorado unemployment drops to 3.2%; mixed signals on jobs

      Colorado unemployment drops to 3.2%; mixed signals on jobs

      Colorado's unemployment rate dropped three-tenths of a percentage point in November as 17,300 more Coloradans reported they were employed. Yet a separate survey showed a decline of 12,500 non-farm payroll jobs in the state last month, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment reported today. - GALLERY: Click above for a countdown of Denver-area jobs that pay $100,000 or more.

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