Graham Construction Co. has announced that the following people are recipients of the 2013 Graham Mentality Award for customer service:
Perhaps one of the most difficult challenges of any business is adequately preparing for the future. Knowing what lies ahead, even with the most thorough research and best available information, is hardly a science.
Cost: About $1.7 million
One day last year, a well-dressed, older man approached Pat's Diner, a food stand at the University of Iowa's Henry B. Tippie College of Business.
A prominent Davenport real estate developer has started serving a one-year prison sentence after being convicted of embezzling money from business partnerships he managed.
Confusion over how to file 'free' tax returns has caused concerns that low-income Iowans are being required to pay unnecessary fees.
Landmark Engineering Group Inc., with offices in Des Moines, Clinton, Burlington and Naperville, Ill., is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the opening of its first office.
Tom Gayman, senior vice president of Realty Marketing Group, has been inducted into the Midwest Real Estate News' 2013 Midwest Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame.
Iowa Realty scored a victory Thursday in its continuing dispute with Keller Williams, when a state board rejected a rule requiring real estate agents to tell their clients how they split commissions with other brokers.
To make science and engineering cool, Grant Imahara says just add duct tape.
Producer/director, 'American Futbol Movie,' Des Moines
Global food prices rose 2.6 percent in February, posting their sharpest increase since mid-2012 due to poor weather and strong demand for commodities, the United Nations said Thursday.
Farmland bargains. Sounds like a joke, right? Is there any farmland today that sells at a bargain price?
Plum Building Systems couldn't construct house trusses fast enough last summer.
Iowa startups have already made a splash at the huge technology conference South by Southwest Interactive in Austin, Texas.
Hubbell Realty Co. has hired the following people:
Mary Andringa, president and CEO of Vermeer Corp., based in Pella, participated in the U.S. secretary of commerce's trade mission to Mexico last month. Andringa joined representatives from 17 U.S.
Brownells, a long-standing fixture in Iowa for firearms and shooting supplies, has launched a new archery product line, the company announced Thursday.
Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad joined a lawsuit Thursday opposing a California egg-production law, arguing that it is unconstitutional and discriminates against Iowa and other egg-producing states.
Dates: Thursday and Friday
Receiving a severance package can be the beginning of a transitional period in your life.
First American Bank's incoming chief executive officer says the Fort Dodge-based financial institution may have finally turned a corner after several difficult years.
Is Warren Buffett interested in buying Alliant Energy, Iowa's other major utility?
The popular Mile Long Bridge on Saylorville Lake will be closed for repairs for nearly two months beginning March 31.
A reduction in gender inequality would help eliminate hunger and develop more sustainable food systems around the world, an official with the UN's Food and Agriculture Organization.
Michelle Cook of Iowa Realty announced that she has received the Des Moines Association of Realtors' 2013 Rookie of the Year Award.
Since last September, boutique manager Kiley Stenberg and a crew of helpers have been hauling boxes, clothing racks and other display items to a variety of locations to create a buzz for her business, Proper.
Staples joined Radio Shack as the second major chain this week to announce major store closings.
Tax season can be taxing, so United Way offers help to taxpayers who are struggling to make ends meet with its free Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program.