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Is the potential Cedar Rapids casino worth the gamble?

Peninsula Pacific Entertainment (P2E) and the Linn County Gaming Association (LCGA) recently announced they will jointly reapply for a gaming license with the Iowa...

CBJ editorial: CID keeps getting better

The Eastern Iowa Airport’s third annual “State of Your Airport” event on June 18 highlighted that the airport is doing very well, but cautioned...
Greater Iowa City Inc. is welcoming summer interns to join Ignite IC and foster connections to the community. workforce

Workforce initiatives taking shape in Cedar Rapids, Iowa City

The need to attract and retain young professionals in the Cedar Rapids/Iowa City Corridor (and nearly every other region of the country) has become...
Workers perform maintenance at the Duane Arnold Energy Center after the plant was shut down for refueling.

Editorial: Study reveals Duane Arnold Energy Center could be restarted

There’s a glimmer of hope to correct the region’s biggest economic blunder in a generation: the shutting down of the Duane Arnold Energy Center...
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Editorial: Mount Mercy’s unique partnership with St. Ambrose

It has been reported frequently in the media that the higher education business model is being challenged and that not a lot of innovation...
Dr. Joseph Walder, founder of Integrated DNA Technologies, died March 26

CBJ editorial: Joe Walder passes, P&G’s importance to Iowa City

There have only been a handful of billionaire creators in the Corridor, people who have founded or brought nascent businesses to exceed $1 billion...

Sobering statistics

CBJ Editorial We were disappointed, but not surprised, that about 12% of Iowa small and medium-sized businesses went out of business and 20% reduced employment due to the pandemic, according to a February survey by Facebook of 227 businesses.

UIHC’s pro-business ethos

CBJ Editorial The University of Iowa has had a love-hate relationship with the business community for decades.

Changing tide of capitalism

CBJ Editorial Over the past several years there has been a change by some of the larger corporations and their leaders to push for more direction and regulation of companies to meet certain mandates perpetuated largely by political correctness.

Listen to Janet Yellen

To best gauge how legislation might impact public policy, it is often useful to listen to experts who have no stake in the outcome. In...

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