Monthly Archives: October 2011

Forty Under 40: Making a difference

To earn the recognition of being named one of the Corridor Business Journal’s Forty Under 40, you must go well above and beyond.

Panera Bread, Coralville disagree on project’s failure

Panera says Coralville knew of company’s plans to abandon site, Coralville says it’s Panera’s flood mitigation request that delayed business’ project

Teambuilding keeps retention high at MediRevv

MediRevv, a Coralville-based company that uses friendly customer service to collect on unpaid patient bills for hospitals and other health-care related businesses, has a unique take on employee team building that earned it national recognition.

Goose Island founder talks about success, Anheuser-Busch acquisition

John Hall, founder and CEO of Goose Island Beer Co., spoke at the University of Iowa Oct. 13 as part of the Sandage Lecture Series at the Pappajohn Business Building.

PLAs: then and now

The use of PLAs in Iowa has changed dramatically in the past year, with agreements rescinded, lawsuits waged and dismissed and projects moving forward.

Czech Village streetscape nearing completion

With the ongoing flood recovery, that National Czech and Slovak Museum and Library move and a streetscape project, businesses in the Czech Village are hoping to see more traffic through the district.

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