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Brighton temple reborn as brewery

Brighton temple reborn as brewery

Burl Rolett March 1, 2017 0

A Broomfield beer maker will build a new brewery into a 70-year-old building that opened as a Buddhist temple in

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Campervan rental service test drives Denver market

Campervan rental service test drives Denver market

Kate Tracy March 1, 2017 1

It's a long way from New York to Las Vegas. So a company that rents touring vans is setting up a new hub in Aurora

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Bradley Petroleum sold to Idaho chain

Bradley Petroleum sold to Idaho chain

Amy DiPierro February 28, 2017 0

After more than a century in business, a family that owns dozens of gas stations in Colorado has sold its operation to an Idaho-based chain

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After two years, former Safeway is sold

After two years, former Safeway is sold

Burl Rolett February 28, 2017 0

The big box building went dark two years ago when the grocery store cut several Denver locations

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Fashion truck finds permanent home on Platte

Fashion truck finds permanent home on Platte

Kate Tracy February 28, 2017 1

The company's co-founders said they are parking the business on Platte to take advantage of its heavy foot traffic and proximity to the Highlands and downtown

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Bankrupt accountant accused of paying off customers following scheme

Bankrupt accountant accused of paying off customers following scheme

Amy DiPierro February 28, 2017 0

In the months before Don Richard Iley’s accounting firm unraveled in bankruptcy, the Parker resident now charged with stealing millions of dollars allegedly paid off payroll clients and a colleague hip to his scheme

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Highlands grocer goes dark

Highlands grocer goes dark

Burl Rolett February 28, 2017 0

A Highlands discount supermarket has sold its last bag of groceries. The Save-A-Lot at 2630 W. 38th Ave. closed its doors on Friday. The store is leaving an 18,000-square-foot retail building at the southwest corner

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The Term Sheet: Startup funding roundup for January

The Term Sheet: Startup funding roundup for January

Amy DiPierro February 27, 2017 0

For the second month running, Foundry Group led the largest funding round of startups statewide by placing another bet on a Boulder business

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Denver entrepreneur crowdsources for mobile-friendly power outlets

Denver entrepreneur crowdsources for mobile-friendly power outlets

Kate Tracy February 27, 2017 0

The outlets are connected to a mobile app, allowing users to toggle and monitor outlets and appliances at the touch of a button

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Denver ski maker to nearly double production in spring

Denver ski maker to nearly double production in spring

Kate Tracy February 27, 2017 0

Investments in new equipment, along with the addition of three employees, will push the ski manufacturer from 350 pairs per season to

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