Colorado Restaurant Association Fears Coronavirus Will Shutter Local EateriesAs leaders in Colorado begin to release plans on how some businesses will begin to reopen in the coming weeks, there’s concern that the state’s restaurant industry is going to be left behind.
Car Dealerships Offering Incentives During Coronavirus Pandemic, Including Those Who DownsizeCar owners are turning to dealerships to figure out what’s available to help solve their money flow problems during the coronavirus pandemic that has left thousands without jobs or furloughed.
Arvada Offering $2.5 Million In Loans For Local Small Businesses“We know it's tough out there and we hope that this bridge loan will really get people over the hump until they get the federal money,” explained Marc Williams, the Mayor of Arvada.
Coronavirus Pandemic Could Cripple Colorado's Whitewater Rafting SeasonWhitewater rafting typically floods Colorado's mountain communities with tourist dollars, but the coronavirus could leave rivers empty this summer.
Coronavirus In Colorado: Steamboat Business Receives Coveted Federal FundingAs the federal Paycheck Protection Program continues down a rocky path, some Colorado companies are successful at getting a piece of the $349 billion loan.
Denver Chef Jennifer Jasinski Unsure How Gradual Reopening Of Restaurants Will WorkColorado's stay-at-home order is set to be lifted at the end of the month, but Gov. Jared Polis said when bars and restaurants reopen, it will be gradual.
Coronavirus In Colorado: Boulder's Black Cat Changes Business Model, Sells Produce Directly To CustomersThe owners of Black Cat Farm and two restaurants in Boulder have changed their business model in an effort to get people farm-fresh healthy food and to keep their business afloat.
With Coronavirus, Colorado's Housing Market Moves OnlineThe state announced on Monday that in-person home showings are not considered an essential service during the coronavirus pandemic, but real estate is and realtors want people to know that transactions are still happening.
Federal Loan Rollout Has Colorado Small Business Owners Worried: 'It Has Consumed My Life'With the Federal Paycheck Protection Program loan program off to a rocky start, small businesses in Colorado are doubting if relief will ever come their way.
Denver's Shift Workspaces Buys Meals From Local Restaurants To Deliver To Health Care WorkersShift Workspaces is raising money to purchase hundreds of meals for its employees to deliver to Denver hospitals. 
Coronavirus In Colorado: As People Struggle To Pay Rent, Landlords Can’t Pay MortgageYasi Taylor owns several retail buildings on South Parker Toad in Centennial and all of her tenants have been hit hard by the coronavirus outbreak.