Introducing 2016’s Forty Under 40

The Corridor Business Journal is proud to introduce another outstanding class of Forty Under 40 honorees, all of whom have been selected for both their professional achievements, and dedicated service to our communities.

Recent News

Phil Reed was so frustrated with the clog-prone manure injector he used on his 2,000-acre operation that he tinkered for two-and-a-half years to build a better one. Now the no-till farming world is beating a path to his door.

Anamosa-based Maquoketa Valley Rural Electric Cooperative is set to begin work on a $65 million fiber optic network that will bring high-speed internet service to many of its 17,000 members as a secondary benefit of building a smart power grid.

Businesses in downtown Iowa City will soon be able to get customized signs made by local artists to spruce up their storefronts through a program supported by the National Endowment for the Arts.

After months of flying under the radar, the latest initiative dedicated to helping Corridor companies retain new recruits to the area is set to lift off at the region’s semi-annual welcome event.

With more dealers than it’s ever had before, the city of Hiawatha is hoping to leverage its newfound automotive retailing clout to grow other retail areas.


Washington can learn from states’ fiscal management

October 24, 2016

By Senators Chuck Grassley & David Perdue / Guest Opinion
We must take decisive action to solve the crisis and end the federal government’s spending addiction. Our economy, our security and our future prosperity depend on it. That’s why we support adding a balanced budget amendment to the Constitution.

Straightforward originality and top-of-mind awareness

October 20, 2016

By Nancy Garberson / Guest Column
Brands we recognize as leading influences in their particular markets or areas profit from that recognition of originality. So when you hear that “strategic planning” is on the agenda for your organization, never fear, because stepping outside your comfort zone and seeking possibilities of what can be done is productive for new, exciting pursuits.

How commercial leasing differs from residential

October 12, 2016

By Jonathan Schmidt / Guest Column
Most of us have been tenants at some point in our lifetimes and many of us have been landlords. But for the majority of us, that relationship involved residential tenancy. While residential leases and commercial leases are both contractual agreements, commercial tenancy is different in many ways.

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