Welcome to the February 15, 2017 Lincoln Business Journal
Here is brief summary of our feature stories.
Vol. 20 No. 4

Briefs in this week's issue

Lutz hires O’Brien, Renshaw, Burgess, Scarpello, Stodola, Gaule, Heist

P&L Technology adds Cronkhite, Peterson as dispatch coordinators

Swanson Russell names Stephan vice president, creative director

Crownover, Ainsworth promoted to new positions with Union Bank

Woods Bros names Hardesty to assistant managing broker

U.S Bank adds Robertson, Perkins

Special Sections:

• Business Succession and Transitions

• Work Related Injuries




Farmers Mutual of Nebraska eyeing new territories, states and product offerings
by Richard D. Brown

Lincoln-based Farmers Mutual of Nebraska, a 126-year-old insurance carrier with about 245,000 policies in force and $361 million in directly written premiums, is seeking growth opportunities by both expanding its territories and possibly the depth of its products.


Monolith enters Lincoln market with UNL partnership
by Dwain Hebda

Following up the October groundbreaking of its production facility in Hallam, Nebraska, Monolith Materials of California announced it’s also entered into a partnership with the University of Nebraska’s chemistry department and Nebraska Center for Materials and Nanoscience to help refine the company’s applications for carbon black across various industries.


Free My Time Delivery finds niche offering break room supplies, fresh fruit
by Lee Nelson

Many of Adam Conway’s original clients for Free My Time Delivery in the Lincoln area have continued to be his customers 14 years later. The company is continuing to grow with new options.



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