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Tattered Cover sets closing date for LoDo store ahead of move to new space

The Denver Post (Food Retail) 2/23 4:01A The Know
Tattered Cover is closing a chapter on its presence in LoDo. The bookshop chain’s 12,500-square-foot store on the corner of Wynkoop and 16th streets will shut down on March 17, according to new owner Kwame Spearman. BusinessDen  broke the news...

Amazon faces biggest union push in its history

The Denver Post (Food Retail) 2/12 7:00A Joseph Pisani
NEW YORK The second Jennifer Bates walks away from her post at the Amazon warehouse where she works, the clock starts ticking. She has precisely 30 minutes to get to the cafeteria and back for her lunch break. That means traversing a warehouse...

Denver Mart to close doors in spring after defaulting on loan

The Denver Post (Food Retail) 2/12 1:00A Jon Murray
The sprawling Denver Mart in Adams County will close its doors this spring after more than five decades of operation, according to a recent letter sent to vendors and a statement on its website. The ownership of the longtime host of wholesale...

Colorado marijuana sales hit $2.2 billion in highest-selling year yet

The Denver Post (Food Retail) 2/9 7:07A Tiney Ricciardi
Despite a global pandemic that disrupted many facets of commerce, Colorado’s marijuana industry experienced its most lucrative year on record with $2.2 billion in sales in 2020. According to figures released Tuesday by the state Department of...

Littleton to gun store owners: Lock up your firearms at night

The Denver Post (Food Retail) 2/8 1:00A John Aguilar
Littleton has gone further than any other Colorado community in trying to put an end to brazen smash-and-grab burglaries at gun shops by requiring the businesses to secure their firearms after hours...

Evo buys on Lincoln Street to gear up rental business

The Denver Post (Food Retail) 1/26 11:51A BusinessDen
By Lily O Neill, BusinessDen Evo has bought, so that more may rent. Earlier this month, the Seattle-based outdoor gear retailer paid $1.2 million for the 6,240-square-foot former pawn shop building at 845 N. Lincoln St. in Denver, across an alley...

Banner year earns Crocs execs millions in bonuses

The Denver Post (Food Retail) 1/18 1:04A Lucas High
Just days after Crocs Inc. accountants proclaimed 2020 to likely be the firm’s best revenue year ever , the footwear maker announced executive bonuses in the form of company shares worth millions of dollars. Crocs CEO Andrew Rees was given...
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