Welcome to the February 2018 Lincoln Business Journal
Here is brief summary of our feature stories.
Vol. 21 No. 2

Briefs in this week's issue

• American National Bank appoints Brooks, Wurth, Lewis, Atchinson and Richardson as community bank managers in Nebraska, Iowa

• Vetter promotes Stuhr to CFO

• Lutz hires Adams and Barton

• Rembolt Ludtke selects Bentzen

• NU Board of Regents elects Schafer, Clare to leadership

• MembersOwn Credit Union taps Carter as its new president

• DLR Group promotes Wolfe

• Olsson Associates names Diediker, Dostal, Harders associate engineers

Special Sections:

• Downtown Lincoln

• Business Succession and Transitions

• Work Related Injuries

Runza expands with new headquarters, signature menu items
by Michelle Leach

With a new headquarters on the way, Runza is evolving by staying true to the characteristics that have fueled the family-owned restaurant chain’ s growth since 1949: fresh, homemade ingredients (down to its ranch dressing), and signature items such as the cabbage, beef and onion sandwich synonymous with the Lincoln-born brand.

i.e.Design builds repeat client base, secures large projects
by Michelle Leach

Angela Harnly combined her strengths in furnishings and “finishing touches” with Jill Grasso’s architectural savvy in areas like building codes to secure larger projects as i.e.Design than what the former independent designers were able to attract prior to joining forces in 2014.

Tsuru adds classes, workshops while maintaining local shopping presence
by Gabby Christensen

Founded in August 2007 by co-owners and sisters Matel Rokke and Scoie Loop, Lincoln boutique Tsuru has seen continued growth and new relationships over the past decade.

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