When Covid-19 hit, Boulder startup Stream felt a significant hit on its business. Customers using its in-app messaging and activity feeds began to fold and the company was searching for answers. Then, new revenue opportunities developed from an increasingly virtual world. “The initial Covid-19 impact was pretty bad,” co-founder and Continue Reading
A Houston judge on Friday confirmed the company’s plan to shed $2.7 billion debt and bring on a new executive and board. Your browser does not support inline frames or is currently configured not to display inline frames.
As Covid-19 hit and sports seasons around the world were put on hold, Denver startup Uru Sports faced some difficult questions. The company, which helps connect athletes with professional opportunities, began the year with incredible momentum. Uru was invited to an event at the Super Bowl, presented at the NBA Continue Reading
Two law firms are merging to create a team of more than 350 people in Arizona and California, with offices in Colorado. Your browser does not support inline frames or is currently configured not to display inline frames.
Fewer Americans are flying, but more of those that do are packing heat. The Transportation Security Administration said Aug. 10 that although passenger volume is significantly lower, its officers detected 304 firearms in carry-on bags during July, a rate three times higher in July 2019. The largest number of guns Continue Reading
Though market activity slowed this quarter because of the pandemic, a few sizable deals were inked in the office and industrial spaces. Your browser does not support inline frames or is currently configured not to display inline frames.
As employers begin reopening their businesses, questions may arise about what preparations they should be making. Many are considering a phased approach, such as bringing high-impact, revenue-generating, or non-customer facing employees back first, using staggered work schedules, or creating uniquely scheduled teams to aid with social distancing. Each business will Continue Reading
Denver-based Vertafore Inc. announced Thursday morning that it has reached an agreement to be acquired by Roper Technologies Inc. (NYSE: ROP) for $5.35 billion in an all-cash transaction. Roper, of Saratoga, Florida, was rumored to be interested in acquiring Vertafore earlier this week, with Reuters reporting that sources valued the deal Continue Reading
Kroger Co., parent company of King Soopers and City Market grocery stores, has launched a coronavirus testing program geared toward employers. The new CovidCare Plus program combines Kroger Health’s Covid-19 Test Home Collection Kit with other health care services such as vaccinations, telehealth and telenutrition. Cincinnati-based Kroger (NYSE: KR), the Continue Reading
The telecom provider tells why it is wiping out customers’ pandemic debt. Your browser does not support inline frames or is currently configured not to display inline frames.