As we head into July, Rocky Mountain companies are starting to roll out news of their second-quarter earnings. According to news reports, after a strong first quarter, Colorado businesses, for the most part, lost ground in the stock market during the second quarter of the fiscal year, which closed at the end of March.
There were a few bright spots, however, including Colorado-based, fast-food chain, Good Times. Stocks of the burger and custard joint increased 97 percent in the second quarter. We caught up with Good Times CEO Boyd Hoback for a piece in the May issue of 5280. Not surprisingly, Hoback was upbeat about his restaurant chain.
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