Colorado’s Tattered Cover bookstore sold, will become nation’s largest Black-led bookseller
The Tattered Cover opened in 1971, and now has four locations in and around Denver
It’ll be years before Colorado jobs bounce back from the coronavirus
Annual University of Colorado forecast projects the state will add 40,000 workers in 2021, not enough to offset the 148,800 lost this year
Colorado’s special legislative session on coronavirus relief set to begin Nov. 30
The special session will come only about a month before state lawmakers were set to convene on Jan. 13 for their normal legislative term.
Making money off masks, coronavirus-gear chain store with location in Colorado aims to become obsolete
With many U.S. stores closing during the coronavirus pandemic, especially inside malls, the owners of COVID-19 essentials have seized on the empty space
After vanquishing the shoelace, Denver-based Boa Technology sells for $454 million
The pending sale marks one of the largest deals in the history of Colorado’s outdoor industry as Boa Technology has evolved into a performance-fit brand used in nearly all outdoor sports
Proposition 118 explained: Paid-leave measure would give Colorado workers time off but cost big money
Critics say the initiative is a new payroll tax on already struggling businesses. Supporters say it will help small businesses compete.
With nowhere to go, Coloradans are spending big on home improvements
While some worry about paying their rent, others are finding money to make the most of the house they have
Secretive Palantir, which recently relocated to Denver, lifts veil before Wall Street stock sale
In filings with the Security and Exchange Commission Tuesday, Palantir presented a first public look at its financials — which included $580 million in losses last year — and its heavy reliance on government contracts.
Colorado’s final count: 109,170 businesses approved for $10.4 billion in federal coronavirus loans
As Paycheck Protection Program forgiveness gets started, changes that made loans more palatable to business owners meant less focus on workers