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Bobo’s CEO: Investor returns, pressure to grow make sale inevitable

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Bobo’s Oat Bars CEO TJ McIntyre was hired in 2016 to lead the company through a period of significant growth. That growth — which required venture capital investment — has outpaced expectations, leaving company leaders reckoning with the notion that sooner or later a sale to a larger entity within the foods/consumer-packaged goods sector will be necessary… Read more »

Bobo’s opens Loveland ‘super bakery’


The Loveland bakery, Bobo’s sixth over the course of its nearly two decade existence, can churn out 1 million bars a day at full capacity.

Boulder’s Boss Lady Pizza closes after a decade on the Hill

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The last slices were slung Saturday at Boss Lady Pizza’s University Hill eatery as the pizza shop closed last week after nearly a decade in businesses. The “truth hurts,” the company posted on its Facebook page late last week. “We are closing up shop for the same reason as many other small businesses in Boulder — unsustainable… Read more »

Boulder Frank’s Chophouse closes after two years

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The restaurant, named after local hospitality luminary and Concept co-owners Frank Day, opened during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic after the closure of the Boulder Chophouse. 

Lind’s RainDance golf course: ‘We go big’


At more than 8,400 yards, the par-71 Windsor course designed with consulting from PGA Tour legend Fred Funk, RainDance is the longest course in North America, according to the developer.