A Golden-based restaurant brand with locations across the state has asked a judge to intervene in its naming quarrel with a Seattle pizza shop.
An eight-employee energy firm based on Larimer Street is merging with a larger Texas firm with a local office in the Wells Fargo Center.
A Spanish-style house in Cherry Creek had the biggest price tag among February’s home sales, fetching $3.5 million.
A 300,000-square-foot office building is sold for nearly $172 million and a handful of businesses sign leases in a new Taxi complex.
A Carbondale woman and widow of a real estate billionaire filed a suit in Denver this week against the U.S. government. Her $21 million claim stems from an agreement that her late husband made in order to walk away from ownership of a struggling NBA team.
A local coffee shop and roaster is adding a third standalone location with a new space on 32nd Street in the Highlands.
Three marijuana advocates are again battling the Denver Broncos in court, alleging that the team violated their First Amendment rights in 2014 when it banned their cannabis-themed RV from a lot at Sports Authority Field.
In the second recent inter-brewery dispute over naming rights, a local beer maker was sued by a Minnesota company over the brand “Summit Pale Ale.”
A Wash Park staple is getting back to its bakery roots and giving itself a bit more elbow room with a second location on Gaylord Street.
The papers are taking their rivalry to court after one called the competing publication’s publisher “a person with a dual personality.”