Welcome to the October 15, 2016 Lincoln Business Journal
Here is brief summary of our feature stories.
Vol. 19 No. 20

Briefs in this week's issue

Nebraska Community Foundation appoints Crotty, Gale to new roles

Ameritas taps Wilkinson as CFO

Henson and Sughroue selected as CHC-NE new board members

Swanson Russell names Finnegan its new VP and account director

Lutz adds Nebbie, Kampschneider

Alzheimer’s Association appoints Jensen as its executive director

The Physician Network selects Robinson, Gutierrez in Lincoln

Project Control appoints Kress

Special Sections:

• Blueprints

• Corporate Security

Nebraska Heart builds upon specialized training, medical technology
by Michelle Leach

Leveraging specialized training and technologies such as Left Ventricular Assistive Device (LVAD) and TAVR (Transcether Aortic Valve Replacement), statewide offices, and dozens of outreach sites in and around the state, Nebraska Heart’s advancements are being validated as one of 102 Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services five-star hospitals.

Farris Engineering targets innovation in public sector
by Richard D. Brown

Farris Engineering, a 49-year-old engineering firm that has done work in 42 states, has found that its innovative thrust including a heightened use of technology and advocacy for design-build projects has enabled contracts with governmental entities to become almost half its revenues.

Lincoln-based Red Thread seeking to help companies nd their story
by Lee Nelson

Red Thread ad agency in Lincoln has found growth potential in helping businesses with their branding needs.

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