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Former pro athlete and Corridor entrepreneur Nate Kaeding sits down with Xavier Romano, executive director of Sigma Lambda Beta Fraternity, in the latest edition of the CBJ’s monthly Q&A feature, Real Success with Nate Kaeding.
What does a data breach look like, and who do you call? Cyber experts share their perspective in Part 2 of the CBJ’s members-exclusive series, The Death of Privacy.
The Corridor Business Journal’s Fastest Growing Companies list included a wide variety of industries and a little competitive drama this year, keeping things interesting as the competition moves into its 11th season.
“I” is not a pronoun Matt Swift uses often in discussing his career and string of restaurant successes from Blackstone to St. Burch Tavern. The CBJ’s 2018 Entrepreneur of the Year is much more comfortable with “we,” apt to give the credit to his many partners and employees across eight – and soon to be 10 – Corridor eateries.
Corridor investment advisors offer their thoughts on navigating the market’s choppy waters.
The restaurateurs behind Blackstone in Iowa City and 30hop in Coralville are aiming even bigger with Tin Roost, a distinctive restaurant that opened this month on one of North Liberty’s busiest roads.
Work is beginning on a long-awaited series of highway interchange projects in the Corridor, with state transportation engineers warning of a heavy construction schedule that will impact daily commutes.
The North Liberty solar company has acquired Vinton-based installer Green Transitions, which comes as Moxie prepares to break into new markets both in and outside Iowa.
The North Liberty-based installer of solar arrays took the top spot in this year’s Fastest Growing Companies program, growing its revenues more than 536 percent between 2013-2015.
For Harold van Beek, local businesses’ slow adoption of EMV payment card technology is playing out in a familiar scene.