A Denver-based software company that is continuously scouting its clients networks for threats has an extra $20 million in its own war chest after just two weeks of fundraising.
Hoping to keep its edge against larger companies, a bank with 12 Colorado branches has raised more than $7 million that it will invest in things like upgrading technology.
Suddenly canceling all its concerts, a music venue, arcade and bar on Colfax is hoping the money it will save by ditching the music will allow it to level up with a new location in the suburbs.
A lot near Commons Park that sold for $7.5 million earlier this year is set to house Union Station’s next burst of apartment development, with 161 units and a rooftop pool.
Denver is now home to Whole Foods’ first standalone cafe, a brand that began as a small Boulder chain before being bought out by the grocery giant.
A string of new exhibits at the Children’s Museum will debut this week, and the high point is a 3.5-story indoor climbing gym.
More than a dozen homes starting at about $600,000 are beginning to take shape in Mayfair with two-car garages and rooftop decks.
With one location in Wash Park, the restaurateur behind the Park Burger chain has another pizza spot in the oven in Arvada.
With hundreds of families hoping for a spot in a nonprofit school system for children with disabilities, the organization is starting a $3 million project to add a new location in Aurora.
Accused of swindling customers with faked technicians, falsified problems and inflated prices, a Centennial electronics shop owner is facing criminal and civil charges from the state — and this isn’t his first time on the court scene.