Monthly Archives: January 2014
The entire staff at Workplace Learning Connection is passionate about engaging students in career planning, which is good for local kids and business.
Two commercial buildings that were destined for demolition will be given a second chance.
Leaders of the world’s largest appliance company came to the Corridor lastweek to announce that refrigerators from Whirlpool Corp.’s Middle Amana plant will be the first in the world insulated by a new, greener foam insulation with a drastic reduction in gases that contribute to climate change.
A hand-written sign at the entrance to New Bo Books asks if customers have made their 2014 reading lists yet. If not, no problem.
Attracting new businesses in Robins, one of the Corridor’s most upscale small towns, will take plenty of sensitivity and planning after years of emphasis on accommodating residential growth.
The Corridor Business Journal’s Economic Forecast Luncheon took place Jan. 15 at the Coralville Marriott. The event had 614 in attendance, a record breaker for the event.
Gastronomic changes are coming to a Cedar Rapids hot spot.
Jeanne Matthews hopes the renovation project she and her husband, Paul, are embarking on in Marion will inspire others to preserve historic buildings.
The largest acquisition ever completed by Rockwell Collins – ARINC Inc. – is taking shape with recent announcements that ARINC will become part of a new Rockwell Collins Information Management Services business unit and one major ARINC business unit will be divested.
While some may view the winter as a time best spent curled up on the couch with a steaming cup of hot cocoa, many area runners use the season to train for upcoming road races.