By Greg Dardis | Guest Column
In order to become a more effective leader, you must understand your strengths and weaknesses. You must be aware of what motivates you and your decision making.
By Linda Kuster | Guest Column
In the Corridor, we have witnessed a number of retailers closing their stores. The perception might be that retail is heading online, but the reality is that there continues to be a net increase in retail locations.
Iowa was the first state in the nation to legalize modern riverboat gambling in 1991, and effective Aug. 15, it will become one of the first 20 states to implement legalized sports betting.
It now looks as if Amazon, the e-commerce giant and iconic disruptor, might be coming to Iowa City for a new “last-mile” fulfillment hub.
By Gale Mote | Guest Column
Let’s be truthful – no one likes to receive feedback on something they need to improve upon or change. But it’s an important step for growing as a professional.
By Maurie Cashman | Guest Column
Immigrants contribute to business in the United States in ways and degrees that are not commonly portrayed in public debate.
By Christine Hawes | Guest Column
As a 51-year-old lesbian who has been open at my workplaces since pre-Ellen, I’ve witnessed an evolution in workplace diversity, through the lens of my LGBTQ identity.
By Sean Williams | Health Care Column
In its simplest terms, improving population health means an opportunity for health care systems, agencies and organizations to work together to improve the health of individuals in the communities they serve.
The transportation industry is a leading economic bellwether because it shows the exchange of goods and people. When it does well, it typically means the economy is going well and will continue to expand.
By Joe Coffey | The Fifth Estate
When your grandmother says “Well, you know what they say,” I doubt that you stop her, mid-witticism, and demand that she expand upon who, exactly, “they” are.