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The 11 winners and 23 finalists for ColoradoBiz magazine’s 28th annual Top Company Awards are tops in every sense of the word: stellar businesses, bosses, partners and community members. They stand head and shoulders above a crowded field.
Gutterman Griffiths is all about families: The family within the firm, and the families they help through difficult transitions. Read what makes Gutterman Griffiths a 2015 Top Company winner.
Ceyl Prinster, president & CEO of Colorado Enterprise Fund, talks about why her company is a ColoradoBiz Top Company for 2014.
“We are in the business of helping consumers and small businesses get back on their feet,” says Paul Larkins, SquareTwo Financial CEO. It's no wonder they are a top company in financial services.
Make no mistake, the basis for business is to make money. That hasn’t changed since the dawn of capitalism. But increasingly, companies that rise to the top have been driven by something more: a greater purpose.
Email intelligence, all-flash storage systems and cloud computing are just a few of the services our 2014 Top Company award winners offer.
Working to properly scale business for growth and the years ahead, it's no wonder these consumer businesses made our Top Company list.
In an interesting turn of events, the top four spots on the annual ColoradoBiz Top 250 Private Companies list were each knocked down a notch, as energy heavyweight DCP Midstream stole the top spot for 2013.
Qwest Communications International is once again the state's top-ranked public company based on 2009 revenues, but it could be for the last time.