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Boulder approves power to call up project plans earlier in process

November 6, 2014 – Daily Camera – In an effort to save all relevant parties time and money, the Boulder City Council unanimously approved an ordinance to give itself the authority to “call up” development concept plans within 30 days of the Planning Board reviewing them. The council had previously expressed a desire to help …

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2015 Economic Forecast: Boulder & Beyond

The Economic Forecast: Boulder & Beyond is the annual economic and business outlook event that features nationally-recognized economists highlighting the most up-to-date forecasts for the Boulder, state of Colorado, and U.S. economies. Attendees have the opportunity to engage with over 250 professionals, including a who’s who of Boulder’s business, academic and community leaders. Register Here …

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ViroCyt named Rising Star of the Year by the CO BioScience Association

November 6, 2014 – Colorado BioScience Association – Centennial’s AlloSource is the 2014 BioScience Company of the Year, Boulder’s ViroCyt is the industry’s Rising Star and Dr. Richard Duke is honored with CBSA’s Lifetime Achievement Award. This evening, the Colorado BioScience Association (CBSA) is announcing winners of its 11th annual industry awards at the Marriott …

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LogRhythm named Company of the Year for 2014

November 6, 2014 – LogRhythm – The Colorado Technology Association honored LogRhythm, The Security Intelligence Company, as its 2014 Company of the Year during the 14th annual APEX Awards ceremony held Wednesday, November 5. More than 70 companies and individuals were nominated for this year’s APEX Awards, which recognize technology innovators, connectors and leaders based …

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Ball Aerospace lands work on 18-satellite fleet for space-imaging startup

November 6, 2014 – Denver Business Journal – Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. has struck a deal to build instruments and assemble 18 satellites for a startup that aims to collect data from Earth’s entire surface daily. The Boulder-based aerospace contractor — a unit of Broomfield-based Ball Corp. (NYSE: BLL) — says it has reached …

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