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Alec Ross: Data will power industries of the future - The Gazette: Eastern Iowa Breaking News and Headlines

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The Gazette: Eastern Iowa Breaking News and Headlines

Alec Ross: Data will power industries of the future
The Gazette: Eastern Iowa Breaking News and Headlines
His speech and a “Celebration of Iowa” event started the Iowa Ideas conference, a two-and-a-half-day gathering of leaders in Iowa's business, academic and political worlds to address the questions facing Iowa's future. Speaking at the Paramount Theatre ...

Mercy-Iowa City cuts 65 positions, will leave another 50 unfilled ... - Business Record

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Mercy-Iowa City cuts 65 positions, will leave another 50 unfilled ...
Business Record
Citing financial challenges, Mercy-Iowa City will eliminate or reduce hours for 65 full- and part-time employees and leave dozens of empty positions unfilled,&n.

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Mercy-Iowa City cuts 65 positions, will leave another 50 unfilled - Business Record

8 hours 44 min ago

Mercy-Iowa City cuts 65 positions, will leave another 50 unfilled
Business Record
Citing financial challenges, Mercy-Iowa City will eliminate or reduce hours for 65 full- and part-time employees and leave dozens of empty positions unfilled, the Corridor Business Journal reported. Shane Cerone, Mercy-Iowa City's newly appointed ...

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Iowa Supreme Court hears woman's $75 speeding ticket case - STLtoday.com

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STLtoday.com

Iowa Supreme Court hears woman's $75 speeding ticket case
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Marla Leaf, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and her husband Bill, right, leave the Iowa Supreme Court building, Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2017, in Des Moines, Iowa. Leaf says she was wrongly ticketed by an automated traffic camera when she wasn't speeding and has ...
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The Latest: Iowa Supreme Court hears $75 traffic ticket case - Fox Business

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The Latest: Iowa Supreme Court hears $75 traffic ticket case
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The Iowa Supreme Court has taken the unusual move of hearing a small claims case stemming from a speeding ticket. The court Wednesday heard a case brought by 67-year-old Marla Leaf, who argued her constitutional rights were violated after an ...
Iowa Supreme Court to hear woman's $75 speeding ticket caseBeloit Daily News
Iowa Supreme Court hears woman's $75 speeding ticket caseMiami Herald

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Iowa Supreme Court to hear woman's $75 speeding ticket case | AP ... - Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

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The Spokesman-Review

Iowa Supreme Court to hear woman's $75 speeding ticket case | AP ...
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
An Iowa woman who says she was wrongly ticketed by an automated traffic camera when she wasn't speeding is taking her case involving a $75 fine to the state ...
Iowa Supreme Court hears woman's $75 speeding ticket caseMiami Herald

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Eastern Iowa banker receives Leach award - Business Record

13 hours 19 min ago

Eastern Iowa banker receives Leach award
Business Record
Bob Steen, chairman and CEO of Bridge Community Bank, an employee-owned community bank in eastern Iowa, received the James A. Leach Leadership Award during the annual convention of the Iowa Bankers Association. Steen has spent more than 45 ...

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Woodbine eatery featured in Iowa Main Street event - The Daily Nonpareil

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The Daily Nonpareil

Woodbine eatery featured in Iowa Main Street event
The Daily Nonpareil
Woodbine is one of 54 communities certified as an Iowa Main Street Community, a state program focusing on the redevelopment of the downtown sections of smaller communities. Woodbine is among a number of these communities taking part in this first-time ...

Eastern Iowa city officials seek occupants for old barge - Sacramento Bee

15 hours 41 min ago

Eastern Iowa city officials seek occupants for old barge
Sacramento Bee
An eastern Iowa city is seeking business occupants for an old casino restaurant barge. The Hawk Eye in Burlington reports that Keokuk accepted the old Davenport Rhythm City Casino restaurant barge as a donation in May, and now city officials are ...

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Eastern Iowa city officials seek occupants for old barge - Miami Herald

15 hours 41 min ago

Eastern Iowa city officials seek occupants for old barge
Miami Herald
An eastern Iowa city is seeking business occupants for an old casino restaurant barge. The Hawk Eye in Burlington reports that Keokuk accepted the old Davenport Rhythm City Casino restaurant barge as a donation in May, and now city officials are ...

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Hy-Vee to build its first distribution center outside of Iowa - DesMoinesRegister.com

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Hy-Vee to build its first distribution center outside of Iowa
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Hy-Vee Inc. is planning to build a large distribution center on 150 acres in southern Minnesota. It's the first center outside of Iowa for the West Des Moines-based grocery company. The facility would be at least 1 million square feet and located along ...

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Iowa Supreme Court to hear woman's $75 speeding ticket case - Beloit Daily News

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Iowa Supreme Court to hear woman's $75 speeding ticket case
Beloit Daily News
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — An Iowa woman who says she was wrongly ticketed by an automated traffic camera when she wasn't speeding is taking her case involving a $75 fine to the state Supreme Court. For Marla Leaf, it's not a matter about money, but ...

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Immigration policy change could hamper Iowa business, ag workforce - Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier

Tue, 09/19/2017 - 18:07

Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier

Immigration policy change could hamper Iowa business, ag workforce
Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier
“If you talk to any manufacturer in the state, I can't believe they won't all say the same thing, and that's that we need more people,” said Mike Ralston, president of the Iowa Association of Business and Industry. “Folks hear the word immigration or ...

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Immigration policy change could hamper Iowa business, ag workforce - Sioux City Journal

Tue, 09/19/2017 - 16:52

Immigration policy change could hamper Iowa business, ag workforce
Sioux City Journal
“If you talk to any manufacturer in the state, I can't believe they won't all say the same thing, and that's that we need more people,” said Mike Ralston, president of the Iowa Association of Business and Industry. “Folks hear the word immigration or ...

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Iowa part of expanded multistate investigation of opioid industry - Business Record

Tue, 09/19/2017 - 15:57

Iowa part of expanded multistate investigation of opioid industry
Business Record
A bipartisan group of state attorneys general, including Iowa Attorney General Tom Miller, is expanding a multistate investigation of manufacturers and distributors of prescription opioid drugs as part of a widespread probe into the nation's opioid ...

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Immigration policy change could hamper Iowa business, ag workforce - Quad City Times

Tue, 09/19/2017 - 14:03

Quad City Times

Immigration policy change could hamper Iowa business, ag workforce
Quad City Times
“If you talk to any manufacturer in the state, I can't believe they won't all say the same thing, and that's that we need more people,” said Mike Ralston, president of the Iowa Association of Business and Industry. “Folks hear the word immigration or ...

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Immigration policy change could hamper Iowa business, ag workforce - Mason City Globe Gazette

Tue, 09/19/2017 - 14:02

Mason City Globe Gazette

Immigration policy change could hamper Iowa business, ag workforce
Mason City Globe Gazette
“If you talk to any manufacturer in the state, I can't believe they won't all say the same thing, and that's that we need more people,” said Mike Ralston, president of the Iowa Association of Business and Industry. “Folks hear the word immigration or ...

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Some Iowa businesses pledge to keep $10.10 minimum wage - Idaho Statesman

Tue, 09/19/2017 - 13:53

Some Iowa businesses pledge to keep $10.10 minimum wage
Idaho Statesman
Some businesses in an eastern Iowa county are pledging to retain a $10.10 base wage for their employees after the Legislature nullified a local minimum wage boost. The Johnson County Board of Supervisors voted two years ago to use three 90-cent ...

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Iowa regulators reject news rules for livestock operations - Business ... - Business Record

Tue, 09/19/2017 - 11:08

Iowa regulators reject news rules for livestock operations - Business ...
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Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier: Over loud protests, a state panel rejected a petition from two environmental activist groups seeking stricter standards for p.

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Iowa regulators reject news rules for livestock operations - Business Record

Tue, 09/19/2017 - 11:08

Iowa regulators reject news rules for livestock operations
Business Record
Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier: Over loud protests, a state panel rejected a petition from two environmental activist groups seeking stricter standards for proposed animal feeding operations. The Iowa Environmental Protection Commission denied the ...

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