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Monthly Archives: May 2011

Former Rockwell Collins exec starts eco-friendly company

New green company CQM to help clean water systems in sustainable way

Atlas owners to launch Italian restaurant in 808 space

Basta will serve pasta and pizza when it opens in mid-June in downtown Iowa City

Library to feature innovative design

Nearly $3.5 million raised for Cedar Rapids project to date

Ground broken for PCI Medical Pavilion project

Physicians’ Clinic of Iowa broke ground May 19 for the new Physicians’ Clinic of Iowa Medical Pavilion.

Executive pens job search book based on experience

BankersAdvertising.com executive Don Beussink wrote Searching to help job seekers with the process.

NewBo City Market kicks off fundraising campaign

$3 million campaign starts with $800,000 pledge from Hall-Perrine Foundation. Total cost of indoor-outdoor market project is $4.25 million.

JPEC continues to launch new programs

A novel concept when introduced on the University of Iowa campus 15 years ago, the John Pappajohn Entrereneurial Center continues to develop new programs to address commercialization and the changing business world.

Local doctor Ghosh considering his options

A well-known Cedar Rapids doctor who was fired last month said he is not sure what’s next for him or his future as a practicing physician in the area.

Chirantan Ghosh, who specializes in hematology and oncology with the Physicians’ Clinic of Iowa, was let go from the clinic late last month. His last day will be June 30.

Amphitheater fundraiser to feature local musicians

Local musicians are looking forward to construction of the Cedar Rapids amphitheater. It will bring in about eight national touring concerts and feature a total of 20 ticketed events every year.

Lawmakers to consider ‘angel’ tax credits

Iowa Angel Investment Tax Credit Program would leverage $10 million per year in new seed capital investments.

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