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    1. Online pet-sitting services, illegal in Colorado, could be legitimized and regulated - Denver Business Journal

      Online pet-sitting services, illegal in Colorado, could be legitimized and regulated - Denver Business Journal

      Much like the state’s regulation in 2014 of ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft, the bill from Democratic Rep. Dan Pabon of Denver and Republican Rep. Lois Landgraf of Fountain will legalize the sharing-economy platform that people use without questioning its legality now, even if they should.

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    2. Online pet-sitting services, illegal in Colorado, could be legitimized and regulated

      Online pet-sitting services, illegal in Colorado, could be legitimized and regulated

      During a time of career transition last year, Lisa Jacobson found Rover.com, an online service that links people who need pet sitters with folks in their area willing to perform that service for a fee. The single mother from Colorado Springs worked with dogs with anxiety issues, rose to the top spot in Rover search results in her area and earned about $10,000 for her work in 2016.

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    3. Denver's Hosting.com buys Stelligent Systems to broaden Amazon Web Services offerings

      Denver's Hosting.com buys Stelligent Systems to broaden Amazon Web Services offerings

      Denver cloud-services manager Hosting.com Inc. said today it has acquired Stelligent Systems LLC in a move to expand its offerings to users of Amazon.com Inc.'s Amazon Web Services (AWC) cloud. Reston, Virginia-based Stelligent advises AWC users on developing software and speeding up its delivery through a suite of services known as DevOps (software development and operations) automation.

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    4. U.S. News ranks Colorado's MBA, grad-school programs

      U.S. News ranks Colorado's MBA, grad-school programs

      Several Colorado universities scored top rankings in the latest U.S. News & World Report evaluation of college graduate programs in business, law, engineering and other fields. The rankings for 2018 were published today. The University of Colorado Boulder's Leeds School of Business is tied at No. 79 in the nation for its MBA program on the latest list. It ranked No. 77 last year and No. 86 the year before.

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    5. Colorado adds 7,900 jobs; unemployment rate lowest in 16 years

      Colorado employers added 7,900 jobs to their payrolls in January, while the state's unemployment estimate edged down a tenth of a percentage point, to 2.9 percent, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment reported today. That's the lowest unemployment rate for the state since it stood at 2.8 percent in February 2001, state officials said.

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    6. CTA launches program to connect entrepreneurs and big-company IT execs

      CTA launches program to connect entrepreneurs and big-company IT execs

      The Colorado Technology Association and some of the state’s biggest companies are trying to help Colorado business-to-business startups make connections and receive product advice.

      The aim of the program, called the Colorado Tech Nucleus, is to forge tighter ties between two parts of the Colorado business scene that don’t always interact, and to increase the chances of local companies doing business with each other.

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    7. Boulder entrepreneur launches social media site for real estate agents

      Boulder entrepreneur launches social media site for real estate agents

      Lane Hornung, founder of Boulder-based 8z Real Estate, has launched a new venture aimed at helping residential real estate brokers along the Front Range digitize an age-old real estate practice. Hornung launched zavvie, a social media system that allows brokers to market themselves as experts in a given neighborhood directly to home owners in that area.

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    8. CU Denver will grant early admission to Denver high schoolers with good grades

      CU Denver will grant early admission to Denver high schoolers with good grades

      Juniors at Denver's DSST Public Schools now have an even bigger incentive to get good grades — it could mean they'll already have a place in college set from the start.

      The University of Colorado Denver will give early conditional admission to DSST Public Schools' juniors who earn a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher.

      The DSST Public Schools — formerly known as the Denver School of Science and Technology — currently have eight campuses and plans to have 11 by 2025.

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