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Denver’s Molson Coors Brewing sued over $400 million correction to 2016 income - Sat, 16 Feb 2019
A class action lawsuit filed in federal court Friday alleges that Denver-based brewing giant Molson Coors perpetrated a "fraudulent scheme" to deceive investors over the last two years.

Groups suing over gas drilling near homes in Battlement Mesa on the Western Slope - Fri, 15 Feb 2019
A group of residents has filed a lawsuit to stop a plan to drill for natural gas near mobile homes in western Colorado.

Colorado Symphony might leave downtown Denver, but Boettcher Concert Hall is done either way - Fri, 15 Feb 2019
The Colorado Symphony is free to look for a new home on -- or off -- its current site at the Denver Performing Arts Complex, following an agreement signed by the symphony and the city this week.

Denver-area residents house hop faster than most of the U.S. - Fri, 15 Feb 2019
Homeowners in metro Denver appear to be a fidgety bunch, more so than residents of other areas. Out of the 50 largest metros, they stayed put in their homes the fifth shortest amount of time on average, according to a new study from LendingTree.

Denver oil tycoon Jack Grynberg loses family fight to keep control of his empire - Fri, 15 Feb 2019
Denver oil tycoon Jack Grynberg is trying to convince an Arapahoe County district judge that the octogenarian’s family owes him as much as $400 million for the lifetime of work he’s done building a billion-dollar empire for them. A jury last week found for the family in its lawsuit to unseat him.

Denver Good Times using artificial intelligence to take drive-through breakfast orders - Fri, 15 Feb 2019
The Good Times Burgers & Frozen Custard at 2095 South Broadway is using an artificial intelligence system to take drive-through breakfast orders, according to a news release.

GE Appliances builds new distribution center in Commerce City to move appliances faster - Fri, 15 Feb 2019
GE Appliances has opened a new distribution center in Commerce City to get its washer and dryers, stoves and refrigerators, into metro homes a lot faster.

Tri-State loses bid to keep Colorado Public Utilities Commission out of contract dispute - Fri, 15 Feb 2019
A Colorado rural electric association has won an important round in its contract dispute with Tri-State Generation and Transmission. The Colorado Public Utilities Commission has agreed to hear the Delta-Montrose Electric Association's complaint that the exit fee Tri-State wants for breaking the contract is unreasonable.

Despite major cancellations in 2019, Denver festival scene still seeing success - Thu, 14 Feb 2019
Grandoozy, Velorama and People's Fair all announced they would not return this year, but that doesn't mean this is the end.

Want to buy an old ski area? Greeley’s Sharktooth is for sale. - Thu, 14 Feb 2019
Sharktooth Ski Area, a beloved Greeley winter recreation spot in the 1970s and 1980s, is up for sale as the current owners look to downsize.