Business

Apache planning Texas facility

Apache, an employee-owned Cedar Rapids company, is planning a new distribution and production facility in Dallas.

Apache fabricates and dist ... »

My Biz: BJ Trickey carries on Westdale Bowling Center family dynasty

One could say that BJ Trickey is part of a bowling dynasty.

“I’ve been in bowling all my life,” he said. “It is m ... »

Megabus leaving Iowa City for Coralville

Megabus will add a bus stop at Coralville's new intermodal facility in the Iowa River Landing near Interstate 80.

It will be part of the ex ... »

Boulders Inn & Suites planned for Monticello

Boulders Inn & Suites plans to start construction this fall on a 32-room hotel in Monticello — the town’s first since the Blue Inn wa ... »

Charges dropped against wife of Chinese billionaire in corn conspiracy case

Charges were dismissed this week against a woman, the wife of a Chinese billionaire, who was accused of stealing trademarked Iowa corn and sending ... »

Kerndt Brothers buying 2 northeast Iowa branches

Kerndt Brothers Bank, a century-old northeast Iowa financial institution, is purchasing two branch offices from Fidelity Bank & Trust of Dyersville ... »

Farmland values moderate in Iowa

Prices and demand for farmland continue to moderate in Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wyoming, according to a new study by Farm Credit Services o ... »

Help name Iowa’s Megabus

Is Iowa the “wild prairie rose” or “The Hawkeye State”? Or maybe it’s “The Tall Corn State.”

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Iowa crops generally ‘in good condition’

Iowa’s corn and soybean crops are generally “in good condition,” according to Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey, desp ... »

The high cost of low returns and yields

Retirement isn’t what it used to be. No one knew it at the time, but the 1980s were the Golden Age of Retirement. Pensions were generous bac ... »

SuperValu considers spinning off fast-growing Save-A-Lot business

MINNEAPOLIS — SuperValu said Tuesday it’s looking to spin off its heavy-discount Save-A-Lot supermarket chain into a separate company ... »

Fiat Chrysler forced into biggest vehicle buyback ever

DETROIT — Fiat Chrysler Automobiles could pay billions of dollars to buy back defective trucks as part of a settlement with U.S. safety regu ... »

Ground Floor: Cedar Rapids entrepeneur hopes whiskey sauces one day become world famous

Shea Ryan has a plate of chicken wings to thank for her new business.

While living in the Minneapolis area, Ryan frequented a restaurant that ... »

CRST founder Herald Smith dies

Herald Smith, who with his wife, Miriam, founded CRST International in Cedar Rapids in 1955, died Monday morning in Ellison Bay, Door County, Wis., ... »

MediRevv plans third building, continuing ongoing expansion

MediRevv hasn’t been in its new building for a full year, and the Coralville company already is planning another expansion.

Much of th ... »