The instant coffee startup plans to make hires, release new flavors and market its products at more outdoors festivals and events.
Darrell Ratliff is putting his money on a cheat-deterring casino accessory.
The engineer’s Denver-based robotics company made national headlines in April after debuting Clarke, a recycling and sorting robot.
After two months in Union Station’s WeWork coworking space, a San Francisco-based company has found a more permanent residence in the Mile High City.
The maker of a $500 cooler claims a Louisville vendor left it out in the cold after accepting $30,000 in payments.
“It’s basically to get us cash flow positive,” said CEO Krista Morgan. “It was mainly to give our bank partners comfort in working with us. It helps them to know we’re able to show a strong financial position.”
A new app is flush with cash to create a catalog of images for social media accounts.
The fast-growing email company disclosed all sorts of nuggets – including HQ rent and pay for top execs – in more than 500 pages of SEC filings as part of a plan to sell shares to the public.
After raising $6 million, the maker of a wearable emergency alert has closed and laid off a staff of 25.
The funds will be used for a new accelerator in Texas geared toward companies solving social or environmental problems through tech.