Monthly Archives: June 2017
A new feature on Google that lets users find listings on virtually all major employment websites and employer home pages, and a former Cedar Rapidian was behind its development.
Mike Heinrich, who is serving as interim chief executive officer and executive vice president and chief financial officer of Mercy Iowa City, will join UnityPoint Health-Cedar Rapids as senior vice president/chief financial officer this summer. He succeeds Milt Aunan who retired in May. Iowa Mercy Health Network President and CEO Dave Vellinga has appointed Shane Cerone to replace Mr. Heinrich as interim CEO of Mercy Iowa City.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in 30 baby boomers has hepatitis C, and most don’t know it. Hepatitis C is a contagious liver disease resulting from infection with the hepatitis C virus.
Courage Ride, a cycling fundraiser returning for its 12th year on Aug. 19, has to date raised more than $380,000 to advance local research of sarcoma, a rare form of cancer, and to support one of the largest sarcoma tissue banks in the Midwest.
A former corporate lawyer, a CPA with consulting and megabank experience and a third-generation member of a small-town banking family are helping to bring a fresh and entrepreneurial approach to the Corridor’s banking scene.
Guaranty Bank & Trust, one of the Corridor’s oldest banking brands, is joining one of its newest as part of a $44.2 million deal announced June 9.
As Bankers Trust marks its centennial year this month in Cedar Rapids, Des Moines and Phoenix, it’s celebrating more than just longevity.
The smartphone is increasingly the tie that binds consumers to their favorite retailers.
Iowa is now a national leader in rural HIV and sexually transmitted infection (STI) prevention, with the launch of TelePrEP, an innovative telehealth program.