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Where have the tech IPOs gone?

There’s plenty of activity in the tech startup world, except at the top: That rock star of exits – the initial public offering – has left the building.

Energy disruptors who are saving money ― and the planet

A visionary on the horizon: Emergy, a company that uses a fungus cultivated in brewery wastewater to create the carbon-based materials needed to make batteries for smartphones and laptops.

Following the sun to a Colorado energy job

In June, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment awarded the nonprofit Solar Energy International in Paonia a $401,000 WORK Act Grant for outreach and marketing of job training. Already 100 students have enrolled or completed training.

Colorado Enterprise Fund borrowers win Calvert Foundation Small Business prizes

Three Colorado Enterprise Fund (CEF) borrowers took top cash prizes during the 2016 Calvert Foundation Small Business competition completed in December.

A Made-in-Colorado gift guide for the skier in your life

For his 30th birthday, David Urban had one simple wish: a pair of ski pants with a smiley face on the knees. He sought out Aurora-based Flatlock Colorado to sew his dream knickers.

ADAPT welcomes new member Concept Laser

ADAPT, the Alliance for the Development of Additive Processing Technologies, welcomes new member Concept Laser,

CoBank announces 2017 board officers

CoBank, a cooperative bank serving agribusinesses, rural infrastructure providers and Farm Credit associations throughout the United States, has announced board officers for 2017.

8z Real Estate offices participate in "Sock it to ‘Em" campaign

Realtors from two 8z Real Estate offices are focusing their holiday philanthropy efforts by collecting socks for Fort Carson soldiers.

How to have your cake and gorge on it, too

With all the changes and movement in the economy as we diversify, it is hard to find a place so close to the Front Range that has the pieces to expand a business without all the costs.

CBRE Hotels arranges the sale of Vail Four Seasons Resort

CBRE Hotels has arranged the sale of the 134-room Four Seasons Resort and Residences in Vail for $121 million.

Weld County renews support for Colorado Enterprise Fund Microloan program

The Weld County Board of Commissioners has approved $200,000 in funding to continue support of the Weld County Microloan Fund, which provides access to capital for local small businesses and startups.

EKS&H launches an investment bank

EKS&H, a nationally recognized professional services firm, has formed a new corporate finance and merger and acquisition (M&A) advisory firm, EKS&H Capital Advisors, LLC.
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