Monthly Archives: May 2019
In Central City, there’s a general feeling that something needs to happen to fill the half-empty rows of storefronts in the downtown area. In past years, the answer might have been an antique mall or a co-working space, but these days, it just may be a brewery.
The $32 million redevelopment of Cedar Rapids’ “Banjo block” is expected to help achieve a critical mass of downtown residents and accelerate redevelopment of surrounding properties, city leaders said in a preliminary review of a big incentive package.
The Corridor’s newest member of the Iowa Board of Regents offered his take on what’s ahead for the state’s universities and the local housing economy as part of a recent education forum.
Great Western Bank is making its presence felt with a rapidly growing loan portfolio and its first Cedar Rapids branch set to open this summer.
Two of the state’s largest financial institutions, both headquartered in the Corridor, are getting brand makeovers – one prompted by necessity and the other by a desire to emphasize connection with clients.
As Zeppelins Bar & Grill keeps growing in Cedar Rapids, so too does its intriguing collection of “steampunk” art by local artist Todd Sabin.
In a surprise move, the wealth management team at the University of Iowa Community Credit Union left the financial institution en masse on April 26, announcing plans to launch their own firm and taking their clients’ business with them.
Former pro athlete and Corridor entrepreneur Nate Kaeding sits down with Tony Bedard, CEO of Frontier Co-op, in the latest edition of the CBJ’s Q&A feature, Real Success with Nate Kaeding, presented by MidWestOne Bank.
In today’s war for talent, tech startups and corporate giants are redefining the recruitment game with a host of unique benefits, perks and amenities – but that doesn’t mean smaller companies can’t compete. Introducing Part 3 of the CBJ’s special workforce series, (Un)Hired Help.
Compelling stories are key to moving the Trump administration to end a trade war that impacts one in five Iowa jobs, U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst recently told a business-focused town hall audience in Williamsburg.