Former pro athlete and Corridor entrepreneur Nate Kaeding sits down with Randy Ramlo, president and CEO of UFG Insurance, to talk sports, business and life lessons in the first edition of the CBJ’s new monthly feature, Real Success with Nate Kaeding.
CBJ contributor Nate Kaeding discusses the concept behind his newest Q&A collaboration with the CBJ and Flow Media, called “Real Success.”
Wages are inching up, but so is the Creative Corridor’s cost of living. Just what does it take to make ends meet these days? Presenting the first of a three-part CBJ series examining wages and affordability in the Corridor.
In an exclusive interview with the CBJ’s editorial board, Corridor Development President and CEO Jennifer Daly discusses the first steps in a new regional rebranding effort, the organization’s aggressive trade show schedule for 2018 and other steps on the new journey.
The owner of the Duane Arnold Energy Center near Palo says it may close the plant in 2025, about nine years earlier than its operating license is scheduled to expire.
EcoCare Supply owner and founder Kaveh Mostafavi vividly recalls the shock that sent his career spinning in an entrepreneurial direction nine years ago.
Tom Lutz calls the seven-month period since he introduced his Repour Wine Saver a “soft launch.” But during that time, the Cedar Rapids inventor and entrepreneur has sold nearly 200,000 units worldwide, attracted widespread industry acclaim and landed prime retail shelf space at more than 2,000 stores.
British home decorating guru Annie Sloan would have to look far and wide to find a better example of her shop local/have fun philosophy than RePurpose It in downtown Washington.
Marion businesses and residents can look forward to more commercial project announcements and progress in the city’s transportation system in 2018, along with the beginning of “transformational” projects, Marion Mayor Nicholas AbouAssaly told attendees of the annual State of the City speech.
Deere & Co. economist Luke Chandler predicted big growth and big risks at the CBJ’s Economic Forecast Luncheon, held Jan. 17 in downtown Cedar Rapids.