Welcome to the June 15, 2016 Lincoln Business Journal
Here is brief summary of our feature stories.
Vol. 19 No. 12

Briefs in this week's issue

Global Industries appoints Faltin to head newly-merged division

Pinnacle Bank promotes Kunzman

Cline Williams selects Eveland and Wiedrich to join law firm

Grand Island-based Axis Capital promotes Karman to of cer role

P&L Technology hires Edwards

Cornerstone Bank board elects Holthus, Ermer to new positions

Connealy selected president of new Mutual of Omaha Mortgage

Sampson to lead U.S. Cellular’s agent channel in Nebraska, Iowa

E&A Consulting Group appoints Green, Harnisch to new positions

Special Sections:

• Accounting



Lincoln Electric System eyes greener power for second half-century
by Dwain Hebda

As it reaches the 50-year mark in 2016, Lincoln Electric System continues to push the envelope for greener, more efficient means of serving consumers in the roughly 200 miles that make up its service area in and around Lincoln.


Grand Lodge at the Preserve evolves to meet changing demands
by Dwain Hebda

A lot has changed in the nearly 12 years since Grand Lodge at the Preserve opened. Lincoln’s continued growth and development have brought services and amenities closer to the independent and assisted living community as well as upped competition in the high-end retirement living market.


A-J Roofing & Waterproo ng Co. bene ts from expansion of capabilities
by Michelle Leach

A-J Roofing and Waterproo ng Co. has expanded its automated sheet metal fabrication in the last three of its 33-year history, and is poised for additional equipment to expand capabilities in the nearer-term, and the multi-generational family business is poised for leadership-oriented changes over the longer term.


Startup nancing options based on needs, goals of company
by Lori McGinnis Black

Establishing an understanding of a startup’s funding needs will help search for
the right financing.

After just one year, Goldenrod Pastries already stretching seams
by Dwain Hebda

A little more than a year in business, Goldenrod Pastries’ growth is taxing the capacity of its 1,000-square-foot retail operation at 3947 S. 48th St. and its five part-time employees’ ability to keep up with demand.


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