Monthly Archives: June 2019
In the years since the Great Recession, the stock market has roared back to life, unemployment has bottomed out and the good times are rolling like never before – but not everyone is feeling so positive. We explore how jobs have changed over the past decade in part 4 of the CBJ’s special workforce series, (un)Hired Help.
After receiving help from Kirkwood Community College with a site to train its operators, wind turbine analytics company BladeEdge had a chance to repay the favor this spring.
Operating for less than a year under the umbrella of United Technologies Corp., the employees of Collins Aerospace could soon have a new corporate parent.
It started out four and a half years ago with a small idea – helping businesses find products that would reduce paper and plastic waste – by an immigrant who was looking to make a difference.
Whether it’s delivering parts for a rocket launch or rushing stage stairs to the Super Bowl, BLX Expedited Carriers have made a name for themselves by understanding their customers’ extreme need for speed.
The Corridor Business Journal’s annual Fastest Growing Companies list returns for 2019 with a dozen new faces and a shining new record at the top.
The bats are swinging and the pitches are flying – at least between rain storms – at the new Prospect Meadows softball and baseball complex northeast of Marion.
Former pro athlete and Corridor entrepreneur Nate Kaeding sits down with Lisa Bluder, head coach of the University of Iowa women’s basketball team, in the latest edition of the CBJ’s Q&A feature, Real Success with Nate Kaeding, presented by MidWestOne Bank.
At the CBJ’s Tech Untangled event, held May 16 at the Hotel at Kirkwood, local experts presented TED-style talks on five emerging technologies that have the potential to impact everyone in business, including blockchain, automated vehicle tech, 5G networks, virtual reality and edtech.
Scoring essays, portfolios, presentations and other open-ended measures of knowledge and ability has traditionally been a complex process involving many costly hours of human labor. North Liberty-based startup MZ Development hopes to change that.