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    1. Boulder's Misty Robotics unveils its first personal robot, but not anyone can buy it

      Boulder's Misty Robotics unveils its first personal robot, but not anyone can buy it

      January 9, 2018 Comcast raising internet speeds for Colorado customers — with a 50 percent boost for some What could Misty do? Enwall ticked off potential talents from “finding a leak in the oil pipeline or greeting someone in the grocery store or checking for product on the shelf or escorting someone around the office or taking care of the elderly or disabled.

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    2. Silicon Valley's Marketo plants office in Denver to help develop marketing messages people want to hear

      Last April, Steve Lucas walked into Marketo’s new temporary space in the Denver City Center and saw the head of human resources sitting at a desk next to the company’s only other Denver employee. “They were at two desks and that was it, just staring at each other,” said Lucas, who became CEO of the San Mateo, Calif.-based marketing technology company in November 2016.

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    3. Colorado, 34 other states and D.C. back bid to collect online sales taxes – The Denver Post

      Colorado, 34 other states and D.C. back bid to collect online sales taxes – The Denver Post

      Thirty-five state attorneys general and the District of Columbia this week signed on to support South Dakota's legal bid to collect sales taxes from out-of-state internet retailers. South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley said in a statement Thursday that Colorado filed a friend-of-the-court brief supporting South Dakota’s petition to the high court. 

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    4. Amazon should follow DaVita’s lead and not fall for the best cash offer

      Amazon should follow DaVita’s lead and not fall for the best cash offer

      Amazon recently made the day of chamber and economic development officials around the country when it announced plans to open a second corporate headquarters somewhere in North America. Communities are now busy preparing bids for the project, which many speculate will create a spirited competition to out-tax-break and out-incentivize each other to attract a headquarters with as many as 50,000 high-paying, quality jobs.

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    5. Amazon is looking for a city where it can stick a second $5 billion HQ. Colorado’s contenders are lining up.

      Amazon is looking for a city where it can stick a second $5 billion HQ. Colorado’s contenders are lining up.

      Amazon.com is scouting North American cities for a second headquarters, where it plans to employ as many as 50,000 workers, the tech giant announced Thursday.

      And many Colorado cities plan to make a bid to be the one in which the Seattle-based company will invest $5 billion to build and operate the new location, which is being called Amazon HQ2.

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    6. Broomfield security-tech firm Webroot hires new CEO after Dick Williams announces retirement

      Broomfield security-tech firm Webroot hires new CEO after Dick Williams announces retirement

      Broomfield Security firm Webroot bid Dick Williams, its CEO since 2009, a happy retirement while at the same time naming Mike Potts its new CEO.

      Potts was president and CEO of Georgia-based security firm Lancope Inc., which was acquired in 2015 by Cisco. He most recently served as integration executive in the security business group at Cisco. He starts the new gig on Sept. 25.

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