Colorado's Cheba Hut rolling out massive 6-year growth plan

The Fort Collins-based, sub-sandwich-focused fast-casual chain is coming off a year of significant sales growth and believing its laid-back vibe is resonating with younger customers.


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Arapahoe Basin ending partnership with Vail Resorts

Arapahoe Basin is ending its partnership with Vail Resorts (NYSE: MTN), according to a news release from A-Basin Monday morning. The change means that Vail Resorts season passes will no longer be valid at A-Basin beginning next ski season. The ski area said the change is in part due to increasing popularity and skier visitation in recent years. "While the mountain still has plenty of room for skiers and riders, the ski area is feeling a pinch on parking and facility space," the news release said. Due…


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United Airlines boosting premium-seat capacity on nearly 250 aircraft

United Airlines will add a new state-of-the-art stretched regional jet, the Bombardier CRJ 550, to its fleet by the end of 2019. The plane will debut on a high-trafficked route from Chicago's O'Hare International Airport. The Chicago-based airline also said it will move to aggressively increase the number of premium seats available on several domestic and international aircraft models in its fleet over the next two years. The push to add more premium seating (and a snazzy new aircraft) looks…


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Houston energy co. that emerged from bankruptcy in June sells more assets, including in Colorado

The company reached an agreement to exit the San Juan Basin and recently divested its stake in another company.


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Briefcase: Tech CEO donates millions to private school, ballet breaks records

A regular roundup of business activity in the region.


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Boulder kombucha maker gets multimillion-dollar funding round

Several big names in Colorado consumer goods are among the funders.


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See how Denver stacks up for the ability to attract out-of-staters

Denver, Colorado Springs and Aurora are among the top cities for attracting residents from other stations and nations. The population of the typical U.S. major city is almost evenly split — 52.2 percent in-state natives, 47.8 percent hailing from somewhere else. But threecities lean heavily toward the latter group, with out-of-staters accounting for more than 70 percent of their residents. Click the View Slideshow button to see the rankings of all major cities from Henderson, Nevada (77.8 percent…


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Capitol Business Preview: Debate over equal-pay laws comes to Colorado Senate

Business leaders agree with the premise of the bill but have extreme heartburn over a number of its details.


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Tour the 'high-end, luxurious' coworking office at Firmspace (Photos)

The coworking trend is seemingly unstoppable in Denver, and Firmspace is one of the latest entrants to an increasingly crowded field. Its new office at 1401 Lawrence St. opened late 2018 and its executives say it has a lot that sets it apart. "Firmspace is a high-quality coworking space for individuals that are looking for a spot outside their house, looking for a place away from home, looking for a really high-end, luxurious office space," CEO Matt Ferstler told Denver Business Journal. >Click…


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Tavern CEO sells buildings, parking lot near Coors Field to investor for $17.75M

The building housing Tavern Downtown has been sold.


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