The third president and CEO of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts wants to broaden the nonprofit’s donor base and its audience.
Power Home Remodeling Group, which eventually will have 100 local employees, signs up with Centennial’s INOVA Flex project.
“This is the only high, high-end, for-sale project along the river in RiNo,” Tom Gordon said. “There’s nothing like it.
Firefly Furnishings is closing shop at 3rd and Columbine streets after seven years in business, and the business is liquidated the current merchandise.
Boom Technology, a startup that last month unveiled plans to build a supersonic passenger plane, has sold $2.1 million in equity to investors.
A Denver spinoff that makes a powder to capture air contaminants from coal-burning power plants has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
SOL: Store of Lingerie, which opened at 3rd Avenue and Detroit Street in 1997, is moving to 6th Avenue at the end of the spring.
John Ewing Co. (JEC), a Colorado-based horse supplement company, is asking the U.S. District Court of Colorado to force Arizona’s 707 Ranch LLC to hold its horses with similarly named products.
RiNo-based Ink! Coffee is opening three more cafes in Denver — including a 200-square-foot outpost in a gym, a pair of food carts at a hospital and the chain’s biggest outpost, near DTC.
A website you can use to find a yoga instructor is raising money to stay flexible. Denver-based Utivity – whose primary purpose is to connect pupils and instructors, but which also helps people find service businesses – has raised about half of a $2.4 million funding target, according to SEC filings from last month. Co-founder… Read more »