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    1. Digital-health startups to mix with Anschutz campus, health providers

      Digital-health startups to mix with Anschutz campus, health providers

      Forget accelerators and incubators.

      The Prime Health Collaborative, a casual group of Coloradans interested in digital health care, wants to become the nation's first digital-health integrator.

      The organization, which started as a Meetup group in 2012, focuses on growing Colorado digital-health startups, which, by its count, jumped to 120 from 20 in three years. But helping these startups requires more than a monthly meeting.

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    2. Lockheed Martin gets a credit rating upgrade to "A-" on Thursday

      Lockheed Martin gets a credit rating upgrade to "A-" on Thursday

      Lockheed Martin's credit rating was upgraded to A-minus Thursday, indicating it is at a low risk of default, and its stock was assigned a two-star rating out of five by market analyst Morningstar.

      Morningstar joins several analysts such as MarketWatch, Octafinance and Stifel, which have recommended a "buy" for the aerospace and defense contractor's stock following its first-quarter 2015 earnings report.

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    3. New digital-health campus names first tenants, adds prototype lab

      New digital-health campus names first tenants, adds prototype lab

      Developers of a new digital-health campus said Wednesday that the facility, Catalyst, will include a prototyping lab and a mix of tenants ranging from startups to Fortune 20 companies.

      "Catalyst will transform the digital-health economy in ways we haven't envisioned yet and we are thrilled to have so much support," said president Mike Biselli.

      Catalyst is a Koelbel and Company project.

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    4. FiveStars Loyalty opening Denver office, hiring 100 this year

      FiveStars Loyalty opening Denver office, hiring 100 this year

      Companies have long put their money on acquiring new customers rather than focusing on existing ones — to the chagrin of loyal customers.

      That's probably why FiveStars Loyalty is growing.

      The San Francisco firm, which helps small businesses reward existing customers, plans to double its staff this year — with the bulk of new hires in Denver. FiveStars is opening a 10,000-square-foot office at Battery 621 on Kalamath Street. and plans to employ about 100 people there by the end of the year.

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    5. 25-year-old Hubble Space Telescope has deep roots in Colorado

      25-year-old Hubble Space Telescope has deep roots in Colorado

      When the Hubble Space Telescope was launched on April 24, 1990, it was expected to last about 10 years. Now, 25 years later, the stalwart space trooper is still going and has provided humanity with more lessons about our universe than its creators ever imagined.

      The project also helped raise the space-science status of Boulder-based Ball Aerospace and the University of Colorado.

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    6. International Space Symposium delegates tour of Colorado aerospace sector

      International Space Symposium delegates tour of Colorado aerospace sector

      COLORADO SPRINGS — Oakman Aerospace president Stan Kennedy likely didn't expect his small company would get a personal audience with the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) and the German Aerospace Center (DLR) in the same week, on his home turf.

      But that's exactly what happened when delegations from each agency, along with several aerospace companies from each country, took tours of Oakman's Littleton headquarters last week.

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    7. Growth in video ads helps Altitude Digital get $30 million funding

      Growth in video ads helps Altitude Digital get $30 million funding

      Altitude Digital on Thursday said it received $30 million to build its video advertising empire.

      The Denver company plans to use the funds from FastPay Partners to expand internationally, invest in data centers and push heavily into mobile video advertising, said Jeremy Ostermiller, the firm's founder and CEO.

      "We're doing mobile right now, but we're going to really be jumping in with both feet and building bigger, better and faster technology around mobile," said Ostermiller, a Colorado native.

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    8. Strand Life Sciences opens U.S. headquarters at Fitzsimons in Aurora

      Strand Life Sciences opens U.S. headquarters at Fitzsimons in Aurora

      Strand Life Sciences wants to make genomic profiling a standard in cancer treatments. And the engine behind that aspiration is anchored in Aurora.

      Bangalore, India-based Strand, which developed a genetic sequencing test that analyzes cancer tumors and provides potential treatment options, last fall quietly settled some of its operations at the Fitzsimons Innovation Campus in Aurora.

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    9. Denver airport boosting electric-car charging capability

      Denver airport boosting electric-car charging capability

      Drivers of electric cars will soon have double the number of charging options at Denver International Airport.

      Ten new electric vehicle charging stations will be installed in DIA's west parking garage.

      The project has an $85,000 estimated cost, $32,000 of which will be covered by the state's Charge Ahead Colorado Electric Vehicle and Charging Station grant fund, according to the airport.

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    10. While you were sleeping, Colorado's dot-com generation comes of age

      While you were sleeping, Colorado's dot-com generation comes of age

      Inside the airy brick building hidden off Blake Street in Denver, there are telltale signs that something fun is going on.

      There's a giant shower curtain of chief technology officer Michael Clark as a pink and purple unicorn. In the lounge area, a scooter and rainbow-colored hula hoop lean against the wall next to a steel barbecue grill. There's a foosball table, free drinks and as many bagels as you want.

      But this is no startup.

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    11. New Denver networking site TwoNoo fosters friendship, volunteerism

      New Denver networking site TwoNoo fosters friendship, volunteerism

      Meet people. Do stuff.

      The mission is simple at TwoNoo, an online networking site launched in Denver in October. Designed to help people make new friends with similar interests, such platforms are on the rise in Colorado.

      "It comes from a play on two people doing something new," founder Steve Keefe said of the name. "The goal is to make it a one-stop place for any type of event or activity."

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    12. HomeAdvisor opening Colorado Springs office, plans to hire 100 employees

      HomeAdvisor opening Colorado Springs office, plans to hire 100 employees

      HomeAdvisor, formerly Service Magic, is opening a new sales office in Colorado Springs next month and plans to hire 100 employees by the end of the year.

      "We looked all over the country — and, frankly, all over the world — to try to figure out where is the next best place to open a new sales center," said Chris Terrill, CEO of the Golden company that helps consumers find vetted home-maintenance contractors. "We really liked Colorado Springs, and we liked the talent level there."

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    13. Slowing down during the speed of Kickstarter, Stryd caps project

      Slowing down during the speed of Kickstarter, Stryd caps project

      Within four hours after its Kickstarter campaign launch, Stryd reached its $50,000 crowdfunding goal. By the end of the day, the amount had doubled.

      Stryd, with its groundbreaking power meter for runners, was a hit.

      Then the marketers descended, promising to take the Boulder company's project to $1 million within a week. The Stryd team paused and made a decision: Stick to the plan to get 1,000 users.

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    14. CU Boulder at the center of NASA's upcoming MMS mission

      CU Boulder at the center of NASA's upcoming MMS mission

      NASA soon will launch a mission with a big name and an even bigger purpose in which students from the University of Colorado's Boulder campus will play a key role.

      The $1.1 billion Magnetospheric Multiscale mission, or MMS, will study more deeply how the magnetic fields surrounding Earth disconnect and reconnect, and the commands powering its science instruments will be beamed to space by student employees of CU's Laboratory for Atmospheric Space Physics, or LASP.

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