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    1. Accuvant Names Denver Technology Veteran As HR Chief

      Denver-based Accuvant and Kansas-based FishNet Security--the two information security services providers that were recently acquired by Blackstone, and are still in the midst of being combined--said Thursday that they have named a longtime Denver technology veteran to head up its HR efforts. The company said it has named Veena Bricker as its Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO). Bricker is responsible for leadership development and talent management at the company.

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    2. Techstars Launches 2015 Boulder Class

      Startup accelerator operator Techstars has launched its latest, startup accelerator class, in its hometown of Boulder, the group said Tuesday, with ten new companies. The accelerator class runs through September 9th. The companies in this new class include adHawk (digital marketing); Blazing DB (SQL database); Borrowing Magnolia (marketplace to rent and resell wedding dresses); Edify (music education); Flytedesk (marketplace for ad space in college newspapers); HobbyDB (database for collectors); Madkudu (sales and support tools); Revolar (personal safety device); Stryd (power meter for runners); and Trelora (commission free real estate).

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    3. MapQuest Details Update Plans, Ties With Mapbox

      MapQuest Details Update Plans, Ties With Mapbox

      Denver-based MapQuest, along with parent AOL, said this morning it has some big plans to update its service. According to MapQuest, it will be launching a faster, more responsive service for both mobile and desktop; launch a new tablet experience; new urban user features; and more connections with partners such as Priceline, OpenTable, SeatGeek, and others.

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    4. Favor Rolls Out In Denver

      Mobile delivery app developer Favor, which offers up an on-demand app which lets users get delivery of all kinds of items from local stores, has launched in Denver, the company said today. The venture backed startup, which has received funding from Tim Draper and Silverton Partners, said it will offer up on-demand delivery of items from 11am to 9pm, at a cost of $6 plus 5 percent of the cost of items delivered by the company.

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