Ibotta CEO Bryan Leach was named on Glassdoor's list of Top CEOs in 2018. Ibotta is a Denver based mobile technology company that allows users to earn cash back on in-store and mobile purchases via their mobile app.
Thanks to Gov2Go, a technology platform that makes it easier for citizens to interact with all levels of government, Colorado citizens can now receive renewal reminders and renew their vehicle tags all on their mobile device.
Denver fed, watered, housed and entertained a record 31.7 million visitors in 2017, marking the 12th consecutive year of growth for the city's booming tourism industry, according to a survey released Wednesday by Visit Denver.
The latest Colorado revenue forecasts presented to lawmakers Wednesday anticipate about $1 billion in new money to spend, save or refund in fiscal year 2019-20, a 6 to 8 percent increase from the budget year that begins July 1.
America needs to modernize and beef up its defensive presence in outer space but probably not like the way President Donald Trump envisions, a University of Colorado professor with long-standing ties to NASA said Tuesday.
American Ninja Warrior Geoff Britten is helping open Lafayette's Ninja Nation arena where kids and adults can work out using obstacles seen in the NBC show. The arena will be the first of 100 that the Colorado-based company is hoping to open.