Monthly Archives: November 2018
Lori Sundberg has rolled up her sleeves and dug in since becoming Kirkwood Community College’s fifth president on July 31, after an eight-year tenure at the helm of her alma mater, Carl Sandburg College.
If genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration, inventor Michael Simon is in the sweaty throes of bringing his idea for clearing debris from the nation’s waterways to fruition.
Forces are converging in the data privacy space that will yield a more protected and regulated business environment – all of which will add to the cost of doing business.
The abrupt closure of GO Cedar Rapids, swamped with debt from the newbo evolve festival, has created a game of catch-up for VenuWorks, the local company hired to fill the visitor promotion gap.
The C-Suite Awards luncheon was a celebration of leadership, as each of the five winners discussed the strong team members who back them up, the family and friends who guided them, and advice that has shaped their careers.
Former pro athlete and Corridor entrepreneur Nate Kaeding sits down with Xavier Romano, executive director of Sigma Lambda Beta Fraternity, in the latest edition of the CBJ’s monthly Q&A feature, Real Success with Nate Kaeding.
The line between cybersecurity and physical security is thinning, and could eventually become irrelevant.
At 73, Vietnam War-era Marine Corps veteran Robb Ridgway is still the driving force behind the company he founded 36 years ago, and excited about the next steps ahead.
Fiber telecommunications lines are popping up in Washington as Kalona Cooperative Technology Co. continues a multi-million dollar expansion of its high-speed network.
The two Corridor logistics companies have joined forces in what leaders describe as a win-win that will offer shipping clients more seamless, customizable supply chain solutions.