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    1. Colorado sees a prime opportunity in Amazon's mega-campus

      Colorado is gearing up to enter one of the biggest economic-development sweepstakes in history, with the prize being Amazon.com Inc.'s planned second headquarters campus to rival its huge complex in Seattle. The online retail giant announced Thursday that it plans to invest more than $5 billion to build and operate the new headquarters, which it is calling "Amazon HQ2," and that up to 50,000 employees would work there. ( Full details here.)

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    2. Amazon is hunting for a city for a $5 billion, 50,000-worker 2nd headquarters

      Amazon is hunting for a city for a $5 billion, 50,000-worker 2nd headquarters

      Amazon.com Inc. is looking for a city somewhere in North America where it can build a second headquarters that would be equal to its current one in Seattle. The online retail giant (Nasdaq: AMZN) said on its website this morning that plans to invest more than $5 billion to build and operate the new headquarters, which it is calling "HQ2," and that up to 50,000 employees would work there.

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    3. Viewpoint: Innovation in public schools key to Colorado's future

      Embracing innovation and taking calculated risks are two core values that successful companies encourage every day. Whether they are in Tokyo, Silicon Valley, London, Bangalore or Denver, companies that embrace the unknown and challenge conventional wisdom position themselves for a greatness traditional companies that play it safe will never experience.

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    4. Chinese firm plans to buy big chunk of Colorado electric motor company

      A Longmont maker of electric motors is again trying to sell a big part of itself to a Chinese company, this time for more than $28 million. UQM Technologies (NYSE: UQM) said it's trying to sell more than a third of its shares to China National Heavy Duty Truck Group Co. Ltd., which is the parent company of Sinotruk, a Chinese commercial vehicle manufacturer, in an effort to broaden UQM sales in China.

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    5. A new HQ for HomeAdvisor: HUB breaks ground in RiNo

      A new HQ for HomeAdvisor: HUB breaks ground in RiNo

      The HUB, a 275,00-square-foot mixed-use development at 3601 Walnut St. in Denver's River North area, broke ground Wednesday after a year of speculation about the project. Tech firm HomeAdvisor will take up 70,000 square feet of office space in the HUB, relocating its headquarters from Lakewood. The firm plans to move 350 employees there.

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    6. French driverless shuttle firm picks Denver as U.S. headquarters

      French driverless shuttle firm picks Denver as U.S. headquarters

      A French company that makes driverless shuttle vehicles has picked Denver as the site of its U.S. headquarters. EasyMile said it's moving into the Panasonic development near Pena Boulevard and Denver International Airport. Last week, the company demonstrated its autonomous shuttles with the Regional Transportation District in Denver.

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    7. MassRoots buys another cannabis tech company for $12 million

      Denver-based marijuana social media platform MassRoots Inc. (OTCQB: MSRT) today announced the acquisition of CannaRegs Inc., a technology platform that tracks changes in cannabis regulations and taxes at municipal, state and federal levels, in a $12 million stock deal. CannaRegs was founded by Amanda Ostrowitz, a former regulator with the Federal Reserve, in 2014.

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    8. Tech PR firm expands to Denver, cites Colorado’s 'burgeoning tech scene'

      A California-based public relations firm that specializes in the technology industry said it's opening a new office in Denver. 10Fold Communications said it will initially staff its Denver office at 2950 Walnut St. in the RiNo neighborhood with a director, senior account executive and two account executives.

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    9. Colorado cybersecurity company in trouble; faces auction of its assets

      Colorado cybersecurity company in trouble; faces auction of its assets

      A Colorado cybersecurity company that moved its headquarters to the state late last year is in danger of having its assets auctioned. Root9B Holdings Inc. (Nasdaq: RTNB), which moved its corporate headquarters to Colorado Springs from Charlotte, North Carolina in December, said it received a foreclosure notice indicating that its secured creditors intend "to sell substantially all of RTNB's assets at an auction to conclude on August 31."

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