SendGrid, a born-in-Boulder tech company, made its initial public offering in November 2017 and less than a year later announced it had been acquired by one of its partners, Twilio, in a stock deal that valued the Colorado company at $2 billion. SendGrid will become a wholly-owned subsidiary of San Francisco-based Twilio, but executives say it will keep its downtown Denver headquarters. (Photo provided by SendGrid)

Denver’s tech ecosystem is a work in progress as companies come and grow — and others get sold

SendGrid was a Front Range darling, a born-in-Boulder company that had made it. Now it’s been acquired.

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Colorado Lottery doesn’t have to pay jackpot winner full prize — even if the others he shared it with cheated, court rules

Amir Massihzadeh is going to have to settle for the $568,990 he walked away with, the court found

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10-year-old Glenwood Springs girl “overwhelmed” after climbing Yosemite’s El Capitan

Selah Schneiter of Glenwood Springs, Colorado, completed the 3,000-foot climb of the vertical rock formation with the help of her father

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What will make you believe in global warming? How about a life-altering flood, study asks

The collective community experience in northern Colorado -- not personal property damage -- caused the most change in beliefs