Monthly Archives: May 2018
Corridor investment advisors offer their thoughts on navigating the market’s choppy waters.
As the hulking millennial generation comes of age, they’re poised to take over older generations as an investing force. The Corridor’s next generation of advisors explain what their clients want.
This small Cedar Rapids company’s sensor technology is so reliable it’s become the standard on military tanks and in testing technology for automotive and heavy equipment suppliers worldwide.
On May 14, Coralville’s Iowa River Landing Reinvestment District celebrated its “final anchor tenant”: the $190 million, 5,100-seat Iowa Arena and Fieldhouse, set for completion in 2020.
Summer is here, which can only mean one thing: the return of the Corridor Business Journal’s Best of the Corridor competition. Cast your vote today!
The increasingly consolidated supply chain of manufacturers is generating growth in the Corridor, where at least three established suppliers have announced major facility investments to serve growing demand.
As the employee-owned contract manufacturer Timberline Manufacturing began excavating the site of a new $12 million facility last week in Marion, it was interviewing 19 applicants for production positions.
A new $8 million facility being planned by World Class Industries in Hiawatha will provide much-needed capacity for the growing contract manufacturer, but just as importantly, a better way to “integrate” with customers.
Panelists at a May 8 economic forecast event in Iowa City were overwhelmingly positive, but how long will the good times last?
Former pro athlete and Corridor entrepreneur Nate Kaeding sits down with David Tominsky, managing director of the Iowa Startup Accelerator, to talk entrepreneurship, innovation and why ideas aren’t enough in the latest edition of the CBJ’s new monthly feature, Real Success with Nate Kaeding.