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CBJ Editor & Chief Content Officer, at CBJ

Adam Moore has been editor and chief content officer with the Corridor Business Journal since 2014. He has worked in a variety of news and trade journalism roles, most recently serving as managing editor of Interiors & Sources, a national trade publication serving commercial architects and desig
Posted on March 18, 2019 Job skills that matter most in the Corridor

By Gale Mote / Management Column There has been much conversation locally, in our state and around the country regarding the workforce skills gap – when what the employer needs and the applicant has to offer don’t align. I believe there are ... Read More

Posted on March 7, 2019 Real Success with Nate Kaeding: Tom Pientok

Timberline Manufacturing’s Tom Pientok talks with Nate about his upbringing and his introduction to manufacturing during a recent recording session at the CBJ offices. PHOTO ADAM MOORE   Sponsored by MidWestOne Bank, this i... Read More

Posted on March 6, 2019 Picture this: Compelling local media images

By Joe Coffey / The Fifth Estate Corridor media outlets, please figure out how to put engaging, fitting, real images on the stories you produce. At the very moment I’m writing this curmud­geonly piece of media criticism, the Gazette’s lead w... Read More

Posted on March 6, 2019 Family business transitions critical to regional health

By Maurie Cashman / Consulting Column When it comes to envisioning a healthier region, how closely do we look at the health of the family businesses that make up our employment base? The Great Cities Institute at the University of Chicago su... Read More

Posted on March 6, 2019 Total worker health begins with the job

Dr. Casey Chosewood, speaking at the CBJ's Health Care Summit about new research into total worker health. PHOTO ADAM MOORE   By Dave DeWitte dave@corridorbusiness.com Although Casey Chosewood, director of the federal Offic... Read More

Posted on March 6, 2019 IHA CEO gives Iowa good marks on health care

“Uniformly, Iowa performs very well on about any kind of metric you want to put on health care pro­viders and community hospitals," said Kirk Norris, CEO of the Iowa Hospital Association, speaking at the CBJ's 2019 Health Care Summit. PHOTO AD... Read More

Posted on February 21, 2019 Reflecting on career lessons learned

By Gale Mote / Guest Column Would you do anything differently? It’s a question I am frequently asked by those contemplating starting their own business. The answer, after 28 years of living the dream is, “of course — yes!” I knew I wanted... Read More

Posted on February 21, 2019 What happens after you win your lawsuit?

By Jonathan Schmidt \ Law Column Surviving in business is difficult enough without the threat of outside forces that may seek to harm your hard-earned place in this world. If you’ve had to engage in a long and hard-fought legal battle, you know... Read More

Posted on February 12, 2019 (Un)Hired Help: Digging into Iowa’s workforce skills gap

In this six-part, members-first series, the CBJ is exploring the causes and symptoms of Iowa’s worker shortage, and whether it’s likely to be a long-term, systemic issue or a transient one that will disappear during ... Read More

Posted on February 12, 2019 Real-world perspectives on protecting your IP

Compiled by Adam Moore adam@corridorbusiness.com In this age of the agile, fast-moving startup, it’s easy to gloss over the need or details involved in protecting one’s intellectual property, but entrepreneurs do so at their own risk. For exam... Read More

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