Posted on June 12, 2019 Keep on truckin’, Corridor

CBJ Editorial It’s no secret that the trucking industry is an especially crucial element of the Corridor economy. It’s one of the few industries that nearly everyone can agree is fundamental to our regional vitality. The transportat... Read More

Posted on June 12, 2019 Prospect Meadows throws out its first pitch

Supporters throw out the first pitch during opening ceremonies for the $13 million Phase One of the Prospect Meadows baseball and softball complex. PHOTO DAVE DEWITTE By Dave DeWitte dave@cor... Read More

Posted on June 10, 2019 Supercharge your company with a new CRM

By Jen Neumann | Tech Column Excel spreadsheets, handwritten notes, emailing yourself details about a customer’s preferences — these are ways that we input and track information about leads, prospects and customers. Then there’s the encyclopedi... Read More

Posted on June 5, 2019 Real Success with Nate Kaeding: Lisa Bluder

UI women's basketball coach Lisa Bluder on the sidelines during a UI women's basketball game. PHOTO BRIAN RAY/HAWKEYESPORTS.COM   Sponsored by MidWestOne Bank, this is the latest edition of the CBJ’s new podcast feature wit... Read More

Posted on June 3, 2019 Untangling the future of technology

Shive-Hattery's Matthew Krenz takes attendee Amy Belice through a virtual demonstration world at the CBJ's Tech Untangled event. PHOTO ADAM MOORE   By Dave DeWitte dave@corridorbusiness.com Technology is constantly advanc... Read More

Posted on June 3, 2019 NL startup makes scoring the complex simple

Screenshots of OSCAR, the flagship platform from MZ Development. CREDIT MZD   By Katharine Carlon katharine@corridorbusiness.com Scoring essays, portfolios, presentations and other open-ended measures of knowledge and abili... Read More

Posted on June 3, 2019 Pitching in for quality of life

CBJ Editorial A first pitch and opening ceremony were held last week for the first phase of Prospect Meadows, a $13.6 million recreational complex east of Marion that will bring about 60,000 baseball and softball competitors and their ... Read More

Posted on June 3, 2019 Local TV news needs a whiteboard session

By Joe Coffey |  The Fifth Estate The time is right for local TV news stations to pioneer a new product. Current newscast audiences — older demographics with traditional viewing habits — are literally dying off. The idea of a newscast ... Read More

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