Yearly Archives: 2012
A meticulously restored depression-era mural completes the Cedar Rapids council’s chambers.
2012 was a year for the record books, and Linn County has more changes in store for 2013.
Flood recovery marches on, as emerging neighborhoods grow.
This year saw major development projects in the Iowa River Landing district, Downtown Iowa City, the University of Iowa and North Liberty.
The Cedar Rapids-based company, which employs about 75 people, will move to a larger office space in Hiawatha.
Small businesses in the Corridor say holiday shoppers are turning out this year to buy and they expect that to continue.
Steve Shriver is taking the lessons he learned from running a $15 million division at Frontier and applying them to the next chapter of business at Eco Lips.
Panelists shared their advice, successes and failures at the Corridor Business Journal’s Entrepreneurial Forum Dec. 5.
The corner of College and Gilbert streets in Iowa City will eventually be a vibrant downtown corner. Whether that includes New Pioneer Co-op, movie theaters, restaurants, bowling alleys, apartments or commercial office space is still up in the air.
One of our favorite parts about the Corridor Business Journal is our ability to share with readers the thoughts and opinions of area leaders, in their own words.