Qdoba, which is owned by San Diego-based Jack in the Box, will close its Lakewood headquarters around Jan. 1 and move to San Diego.
Due to open at 1855 S Pearl St. this summer, Easy Float will be the second spa featuring saltwater-filled sensory-deprivation tanks to trickle into Denver this year.
A West Highland pizzeria will open a larger second location in a Congress Park storefront that used to grease bike chains rather than pizza pies.
Eli Cox is opening his second Berkeley Supply location next to Atomic Cowboy on Colfax Ave. Cox also wants to start designing his own brand of apparel.
A bowling alley chain is hoping its new arcade concept strikes a chord with millennials.
Denver-based Teton Waters Ranch has bagged another $10 million since the last capital raise the company disclosed, a million-dollar investment in March, according to a filing with the SEC.
Without spending a cent, a Denver company that makes messenger bags from military surplus has bagged a national advertising campaign on primetime TV.
The ailing retailer, operating under Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, lost $12 million in March on net sales of $238.5 million.
Campus Cycles is closing its Lakewood store at 7310 W. Colfax Ave. and having a liquidation sale.
Voicebox is bringing its act to RiNo.