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    1. Colorado crowdfunding bill kickstarted to let all buy startup stock

      Colorado crowdfunding bill kickstarted to let all buy startup stock

      Colorado this week became the latest state to attempt to speed up the process for ordinary residents to buy stock in a startup company.

      The proposed Colorado Crowdfunding Act would open up the potential pool of investors that startups can approach for funding. By law, only accredited investors can buy stock in a company today and such investors must make at least $200,000 annually and have a $1 million net worth.

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    2. Denver Short-Term Rentals

      Denver Short-Term Rentals

      Owners seeking to rent their homes to vacationing visitors would have to be primary residents with permits and would pay the city's lodger's tax under regulations being discussed by the Denver City Council's Sharing Economy Task Force.

      The task force, which formed last spring in response to the growth of ride-sharing operations such as Uber and Lyft as well as the growth of vacation rentals, met Monday to discuss potential zoning regulations for the surging short-term rental industry.

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    3. Entrepreneurs start 10-day race to solve 10 big health problems

      Entrepreneurs start 10-day race to solve 10 big health problems

      In this age of technology, it's mind-boggling to think that as many as one in five patients are misidentified at hospitals nationwide. Or that antibiotic-resistent infections — many attributed to doctors not washing their hands — cause 23,000 deaths a year.

      These were among 10 critical health issues presented Monday to an audience of about 275 people, including 10 strategically-picked CEOs and entrepreneurs who must now decide whether they can create a viable company in 10 days.

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    4. Colorado remains at the top of national aerospace employment in 2014

      Colorado remains at the top of national aerospace employment in 2014

      Despite a decrease in overall aerospace industry employment nationwide, Colorado in 2014 retained its No. 1 ranking in the nation for private aerospace employment as a percentage of total employment, according to data from the Metro Denver Economic Development Corp.

      The state also retained its No. 3 rank in total private-sector aerospace employment, behind Florida and California.

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    5. Arvada joins broadband collective Next Century Cities

      Arvada joins broadband collective Next Century Cities

      Arvada has joined Next Century Cities a bipartisan, city-to-city initiative dedicated to ensuring the availability of next-generation broadband Internet for all communities.

      "Broadband is quickly becoming essential for both Arvada businesses and residents-on par with water, wastewater, power, and other municipal services," said Arvada Mayor Marc Williams in a news release.

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    6. Tracking Santa starts — and started — in Colorado

      Tracking Santa starts — and started — in Colorado

      Locals probably already know the lore of tracking Santa's journey on Christmas Eve.

      But to recap for newbies — like me — it all started in 1955 with one fateful misprinted Sears newspaper advertisement. The ad included a phone number for kids to to call to talk to Santa. The misprinted number instead went to what today is known as NORAD, or the North American Aerospace Defense Command, in Colorado Springs.

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    7. Denver lands Panasonic Enterprise Solutions near airport

      Denver lands Panasonic Enterprise Solutions near airport

      Panasonic Enterprise Solutions will locate a new technology center and business solutions hub near Denver International Airport, bringing about 300 jobs to Denver, city officials confirmed Thursday.

      The facility will be located at a 400-acre transit-oriented development called Peña Boulevard Station at 61st Street and Peña Boulevard, where a commuter rail line is expected to open in 2016.

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    8. Blackstone picks Zayo's Dan Caruso to help startups get to next level

      Blackstone picks Zayo's Dan Caruso to help startups get to next level

      The Blackstone Entrepreneurs Network, an organization created to help startups get to the next level, added Zayo Group CEO Dan Caruso as its steering committee chairman for 2015.

      Caruso, who co-founded Boulder-based Zayo in 2007, led the company to one of the biggest technology public offerings this year.

      "The Front Range is home to so many innovative startup companies, and we must continue to foster collaboration and growth to keep them in Colorado," Caruso said.

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    9. NASA's Orion spacecraft will launch Dec. 4 on EFT-1 into deep space

      NASA's Orion spacecraft will launch Dec. 4 on EFT-1 into deep space

      In July 1969, America watched with rapt attention as Neil Armstrong placed the first human footprints on the moon. This perfect "one small step" set an entire generation of dreamers, explorers and risk-takers on a trajectory to the stars.

      Since that time, the American space program has been burdened by budget cuts and — since retiring the space shuttle in 2011 — dependence on foreign entities such as Russia to get our astronauts to space.

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    10. Behind the scenes of Kickstarting a smart dog collar

      Behind the scenes of Kickstarting a smart dog collar

      Just before midnight on Thanksgiving, Lizelle van Vuuren hit the green button on her computer screen and Wüf, a smart dog-collar under development for nearly two years, launched its Kickstarter campaign.

      Within minutes, Wüf got its first backer. Sure, it was a good friend of van Vuuren's. But that's how many crowdfunding projects should start — with support from friends and family. Twelve hours later, the campaign was at 10 percent of its $50,000 goal.

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    11. Denver clears up sales tax on custom software development

      Denver clears up sales tax on custom software development

      "Mayor Hancock's leadership is exemplified in the speed and timeliness to convene in the summer and work in the fall and publish a new policy in less than 120 days," said Erik Mitisek , CEO of the Colorado Technology Association.

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    12. Interactive Map: Where are all the Broncos fans?

      Interactive Map: Where are all the Broncos fans?

      The Broncos really are America's team -- according to Twitter.

      By examining the official Twitter handle and followers of all 32 NFL teams, Twitter mapped the most popular teams among users across the country.

      Nearly 27 percent of the Broncos' followers reside in Colorado, while nearly 8 percent live in California and the remaining 65 percent are scattered across the rest of the U.S.

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