Layoffs follow company’s $165M purchase of InsuranceQuotes.com
Betsy Markey, who went from owning a coffee shop in Fort Collins to representing that city’s congressional district in Washington, D.C., will lead the regional office and oversee its operations in six states.
A Steamboat Springs tent manufacturer thinks all that sun beating down on your tent during a rest day can be put to good use: charging your tent’s lights. Or a phone, if that’s how you camp.
T2 Hospitality has turned in plans for an 11-story, 211-room hotel – referred to as the Denver Lifestyle Hotel
This is the first installment of a monthly story and data section that gives BusinessDen readers an up-to-date look at the companies raising money. Each month BD will publish a spreadsheet of capital raises from the month before.
Colorado Boulevard is getting a new toasted sub shop.
Apto, a commercial real estate software company, in the market for a permanent Denver office after outgrowing three suites at co-working space Galvanize’s Golden Triangle building.
A Denver-based print shop known for wrapping tour buses and buildings is ready to wrap customers in its first apparel line.
A diverse pipeline this week with all sorts of deals throughout the region, including a new pizza place and industrial sales.
With a $170 million deal sealed, Cherry Creek’s now-vacant Sears store is in the wrecking ball’s path, according to the complex’s new owners.