Yearly Archives: 2020
The Corridor Business Journal’s newsroom is undergoing some changes as the publication heads into the new year.
When the Aug. 10 derecho tore through Marion, leaving devastation, downed power lines and decimated buildings in its wake, Mayor Nick AbouAssaly didn’t hesitate.
Corridor manufacturers are jumping on the sale leaseback trend as they look to unlock capital.
After months of restoration work, the iconic Englert Theatre marquee is back and ready for its grand unveiling.
An Iowa City plant once slated to wind down local operations and shift jobs to West Virginia has instead gone on a hiring spree and added a new product line to its production capabilities.
Former NFL athlete and Iowa entrepreneur Nate Kaeding talks with Mark Carlson, head coach of the Cedar Rapids RoughRiders, about the art of coaching and building a winning team in the latest episode of “Real Success.” Presented by MidWestOne Bank.
Loyal to Local, a campaign launched in November encouraging the community to patronize locally owned retail shops and eateries, has introduced a “Bond” gift certificate program.
Iowa’s banking industry continues to ride out the rocky economy, with loans up but earnings and credit quality ratios weakening through the third quarter, according to the latest FDIC data.
Collins Aerospace plans to lay off 65 workers at its plants in Decorah and Bellevue in its latest round of layoffs.