The court-appointed receiver overseeing a fund and startup controlled by Harvard MBA Tyler Tysdal claims in four recent lawsuits that friends and family were improperly paid back first.
‘We’re going to build a pro esports franchise here in Colorado, where we’ll host events and tournaments, and sell out venues and stadiums,’ the founder said.
The lion’s share of funding came from the Boulder-based hemp company, which raised $423 million.
Startups across Colorado raised $90M, led by Denver companies’ $53M, last month.
Investors are showing faith in a 7-year-old Denver-based vacation rental company.
‘The commingling is to such an extent that it is now impossible to know the true ownership of the commingled funds,’ complaint says.
Company will use some of the money to buy a San Francisco coding school.
Startups in Denver accounted for nearly two-thirds of the $160 million raised statewide.
Southern Glazer’s Wine and Spirits alleges it’s owed more than $100,000 by a Cherry Hills Village businessman who recently was indicted for securities fraud.
A locally based startup has doubled down on the cold storage industry.