More exits, larger funding rounds and more entrepreneurs are the result of years in the making. Will it last as unicorns fumble and recession concerns rise?
Potential for short-term health impacts from Colorado oil and gas drilling leads to calls for temporary halt in permitsBy John Frank Energy Primary category in which blog post is published
With or without WeWork, Colorado’s coworking industry sees sustainable growth in flexible office spaceBy Tamara Chuang Business Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado health insurance rates are set to fall dramatically next year — for some. Here’s what that means for you.By John Ingold Health Primary category in which blog post is published
State leaders are coy about how they would compel hospitals to participate in the newly proposed public health insurance option
Colorado’s plan to embed arts space into historic districts may be slow to take shape. But towns are fine with that.
Creative industries are big business, but little towns are taking their time sketching plans to develop housing alongside studio space
Denver Health, Mercy in Durango, find providing housing is safer, more cost effective for patients "stranded" in the system
Politically well-connected Renewable Water Resources has Gov. Bill Owens in its court, but a coalition of water warriors has fended off two other attempts
Colorado’s not a big soybean state but indirect impact of trade wars has hit agriculture exports, which are down 15% this year
Westminster-based electricity giant wanted out of the scrutiny of Colorado’s PUC and had said FERC would give a united approach to rate setting in four states
More Colorado coal-fired power plants could be closing, but the timing depends on some complex deals
The utility PacifiCorp hopes to retire its Colorado properties, though co-ownership with power-providers Xcel and Tri-State complicates the process
In a more competitive beer market, quality is becoming the differentiator for consumers and a point of emphasis for the industry
Congress is weighing whether to give marijuana businesses access to banks. In Colorado, that’s already happening.
As many as 35 banks are already offering financial services to the legal cannabis industry in Colorado, the state’s Bankers Association says, but they’re doing so under hushed circumstances and strict federal oversight