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Working for a Living: The minimum wage fight continues

Protesters hold a mini-protest at the Iowa Statehouse calling for a $15 minimum wage during Gov. Kim Reynolds’ Condition of the State address on...

Working for a living: Hunting for home

Iowa is known for its low cost of living, but for workers in the Corridor, affordable housing remains hard to find.   By Katharine Carlon [email protected] Ed. note...

New CBJ series: Working for a living

Culver’s crew member Myson Rodgers rings up a sale at the chain’s Edgewood Road location in Cedar Rapids. In an effort to retain workers...
Forty under 40, real estate

Meet the Forty Under 40 honorees working in real estate and architecture

Each year, the Corridor Business Journal shines a spotlight on young professionals who have made a meaningful impact on the region early in their...

Real Success with Nate Kaeding: Chad Pregracke with Living Lands & Waters

Sponsored by MidWestOne Bank, this is the latest edition of the CBJ’s new podcast feature with Nate Kaeding and notable Iowa business and cultural...
Solon home

Solon home boasts big-city living in small-town Iowa

The Brandt family’s Solon home evokes the essence of big-city living in small-town Iowa. With floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking “midtown,” ultra-modern lighting providing a dazzling nighttime...

Working capital is like gas in your car

By Scott Bushkie / Guest Column When buyers acquire a company in the middle market, most times they expect some level of working capital to...

Senior Lifestyles: Exploring the senior living surge

Coralville's Grand Living at Bridgewater project, shown under construction in an undated photo. The facility is expected to employ about 100 people. PHOTO DAVE...

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