Monthly Archives: April 2019
United Technologies Corp. is determined to lead the pack in an emerging race to develop hybrid electric aircraft – a prize that could provide the next leap forward in aircraft fuel savings and emissions reductions.
With a landmark three-cinema arts facility set to open in Iowa City’s Chauncey building later this year, the leadership team at FilmScene has plenty on its plate. But it is still hungry for more.
Corridor-based solar power installer Moxie Solar is setting its sights on the national market, with a new brand and logo to match.
American pork shipments abroad, amounting to $6.48 billion in 2017, could be at risk if African Swine Fever (ASF) finds its way into U.S. hog herds from Europe and Asia, farmers and officials say.
Opening and selling three Corridor coffee houses, along with several other businesses, has given Deb Witte a unique perspective on the task ahead of her as she brews up Hiawatha’s next coffee purveyor.
After years of sliding sales and fruitless attempts to win consumers back with healthful, high-fiber options, cereal manufacturers have doubled down on sugar in a big way.
Todd Wishman became the Cedar Rapids market president for Bankers Trust last October, and brings a sizable amount of commercial banking experience with him. The CBJ sat down with Mr. Wishman to discuss the bank’s positioning in the market, his hopes for the future and his interests off the clock.
This year marks the 15th anniversary of the Corridor Business Journal’s Women of Influence awards, and we are excited to introduce our latest class in this week’s special edition.
The uncovering of a massive college admissions scandal has put a renewed focus on standardized tests like the ACT. But will it change the high-stakes game?
As the child care crisis deepens in Iowa, Waypoint Services has found a way to help employers recruit and retain workers with children, as well as show appreciation for the support it receives from the business community.