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Promenade Shops sold to national investor

Promenade Shops sold to national investor

In a hushed real estate deal, an Illinois-based investment group purchased the high-end and successful Promenade Shops at Briargate in August for more than $96 million. “I have been thinking on and off for five years about this particular asset,” said Andrew Miller, president and CEO of Miller Capital Advisory Inc., which co-owns Skokie, Ill.-based… Continue Reading Promenade Shops sold to national investor

Colorado entrepreneurs launched 122 digital technology startups in 2012 – with 70 companies receiving at least $1 million in investment funding. Software and business-to-business web companies are the fastest growing sectors, according to the report from Built In Denver. “2012 was another record-setting year for digital technology companies in Colorado,” said Erik Mitisek, CEO of… Continue Reading 122 Colorado tech startups launched last year

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The Colorado Public Employees Retirement Association announced today that it has established the Colorado Mile High Fund to provide easier access to capital for Colorado-based businesses. Colorado PERA, with more than $40 billion in assets, said it will earmark capital for businesses that have a nexus in Colorado and currently have the support of a… Continue Reading PERA establishes capital fund for Colorado businesses

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Tim Beeson has been investing his retirement savings in real estate for almost two decades, and he has noticed he’s not alone anymore. Continue Reading Investors buying real estate with retirement money

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VC in biotechnology drops in second quarter

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Venture capital funding in biotechnology and medical device industries decreased 39 percent during the second quarter of 2012, according to a PricewaterhouseCoopers report, “Dollar Drought.” The VC investment equaled $1.4 billion, the lowest level since the fourth quarter of 2010. Deal volume was also down, dropping 6 percent from earlier this year to 174 deals.… Continue Reading VC in biotechnology drops in second quarter

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Venture capital funding in life sciences – including biotechnology and medical device manufacturing – decreased 22 percent from the fourth quarter of 2011 in the first quarter of 2012, according to a PricewaterhouseCoopers report. Venture capitalists invested $1.5 billion during the that quarter. Deal volume was also down, dropping 11 percent during the same period. When… Continue Reading VC investment in sciences down 22% in first quarter

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VC investment fell in third quarter

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Following two quarters of growth, venture capital funding in the life science sector fell 18 percent during the third quarter of 2011, according to PricewaterhouseCoopers report. According to the report, venture capitalists invested $1.8 billion in 170 life sciences deal – which includes biotechnology and medical device industries. It’s the lowest number of deals since… Continue Reading VC investment fell in third quarter

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VC investments up 29 percent in third quarter

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Venture capitalists seem to be testing the waters once again, despite the volatile economic conditions. Investors put $8.4 billion into 765 deals in the third quarter, representing a 29 percent increase in investment and an 8 percent increase in the number of deals compared to the same time period in 2010. “Venture investment rose, putting… Continue Reading VC investments up 29 percent in third quarter

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Po Squaw Valley USA, the iconic Lake Tahoe-area resort that has been home to some of the country’s top downhill skiers, is joining operations with neighboring Alpine Meadows in a deal to be announced Tuesday. The merger comes as Tahoe resorts and business leaders are studying a bid for the Winter Olympics, perhaps for the… Continue Reading Colo-based investment firms merges ski resorts

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State to assume oversight of advisers

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The burden of regulating mid-size investment advisers will shift from federal to state agencies this year, a time when state budgets have been slashed and resources are limited. The Dodd-Frank financial reform act mandates this regulatory shift for midsize investment advisers, or those who have between $25 million and $100 million in assets under management.… Continue Reading State to assume oversight of advisers

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