Aaron Kremer

Aaron Kremer is the BusinessDen Editor. He is a graduate of the University of Virginia. Please send news tips to Aaron@BusinessDen.com.

Downtown tower tops off upgrades

A 20-story office tower is moving into the last phase of a major renovation project that will update the building’s lobby and elevators.

Community papers change hands

Community newspapers covering Wash Park and Cap Hill recently turned the page and have been taken over by new owners.

Hoppy dispute turns litigious

A large Colorado brewer is taking a Texas beer maker to court over one of its brew names. And both sides claim that they started using the

Startup flexes muscle scan software

A startup is pumping more than $4 million into its muscle-monitoring technology that allows athletic coaches and trainers to prevent athlete injuries.

Restaurant dispute heats up in court

A Boulder restaurant group with several spots in Denver is suing a Loveland restaurant for infringing on its name and logo.

Medical firm hit with class-action suit

A Castle Rock medical firm was sued by its shareholders last week over allegedly misleading them about a pending FDA ruling on the company’s primary product.

Box seat service debuts spin-off site

After raising $1 million from friends and family, a Denver-based firm is taking a page from the Airbnb playbook. The goal for the sister site is to connect people all over the country searching for luxury suites at events and games and vet cities for expansion.

Country club water dispute seeps into court

A Centennial golf club has taken a four-year argument over its irrigation water to court and wants a judge to enforce a 1980s agreement with a local water authority.