Monthly Archives: March 2013

AMTek Microwaves expands

The company celebrated its 10th anniversary with an 15,600-square-foot expansion.

Streb Construction using GPS technology

Streb Construction, an Iowa City business that completes paving projects throughout Eastern Iowa, began using a new technology last year that guides machines to more accurately lay concrete.

Pathways offers alternative to nursing home

It was either a nursing home, where her mother would live, or Pathways, where her mother would be taken care of during the day while still being able to live at home.

Altorfer plans West Branch location

After seeing growing demand in southeast Iowa, Altorfer, Inc. is planning a full-service agriculture facility in West Branch.

Urban farm brings flood plain back to life

“Personally, it drives me nuts seeing land sitting around not used,” said Matt Meyer. “I find a row of vegetables much more appealing than grass or shrubs.”

Rustic Iron Bar & Grill opens in North Liberty

Restaurant, owned by longtime restaurateur, located in former Okoboji Grill building.

Simplifying Internet service provider selection

Launched by a repeat Internet entrepreneur, Bandwidth Pool is designed to help businesses find the best deal on Internet service.

Learning together: Entrepreneurs share stories

“We were just getting beat over the head with a good business idea,” said Mike Draper, owner of RAYGUN.

Pearson to close Northgate office next year

Company to cut 40 jobs, move 100 jobs to Cedar Rapids: Changes in the education industry are leading to shifts for Pearson in Iowa City.

Gone in a flash

After 10 years of creating fun, the dreams of an entire office were shuttered by a “closure team” – a group of people assembled to shut down electronic game production studios in a coldly efficient manner.

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