Lindley Clothing has weathered the fashion trends over the past eight decades in business.
Steel will soon rise for a new 6,000-square-foot building at Frederick Square shopping center near 84th Street and West Center Road.
Lower commodity prices can create opportunities for savvy investors, said Russ Kaplan, principal of Omaha value investment adviser Russ Kaplan Investments.
See the complaint about Tully's and the Ag Department's inspection report that gave Tully's a passing grade
It's not just the Rainbow Recording Studios that keeps Nils Anders Erickson busy. To visit his other business, the other week Nils drove his purple PT Cruiser, with Lincoln Highway magnet stickers on the doors, up Saddle Creek Road to 4426 Dodge St.
It will be at least another month before details on First Data Corp.’s initial public offering become clear, but industry analysts following the company expect the offering to be gargantuan.
GoBankingRates, an online service that tracks U.S. interest rates, ranked states after looking at local first-quarter rates on 15- and 30-year fixed-rate home loans and each state’s average home listing price.
ConAgra is moving its Chicago-area operations from that city's suburbs to its downtown, a business newspaper reported Wednesday.
The growth of online grocery shopping – like Hy-Vee’s new online ordering service – is a risk and an opportunity for food manufacturers like Omaha’s ConAgra Foods and its competitors.
Several shopping centers came calling with various offers, but for decades, Nancy Heller's store has remained in the Hilltop House building at 4911 Dodge St. Next month, Heller will celebrate 30 years in business.
Athletes’ Training Center in Papillion will play host to a grand opening celebration July 25.
A new Raising Cane’s restaurant is under construction near 132nd Street and West Maple Road.
The Dietze Music store near 132nd Street and West Center Road is expanding.
With temperatures soaring throughout the Great Plains, workers and employers can now calculate the heat index at their worksite with a mobile phone app that sends reminders when it’s too hot to work and when its time to take a break.
Catherine Hall, assistant administrator of Douglas County, couldn’t say whether Airbnb has made a dent in the county revenue stream. “It’s still in a nascent stage, but I can see where it’s becoming more relevant. We need to keep an eye on it — our board of commissioners.”
Nike’s retail presence at the College World Series this year is accompanied by an interactive baseball training station.
It's official – Complete Weddings and Events on Thursday held the grand opening of its new headquarters in downtown Omaha.
Methodist Physicians Clinic will embark next month on a modest version of westward expansion.
The festival starts tonight and runs through the weekend at downtown's Lewis & Clark Landing.
You could win a walk with former Husker Football Coach Tom Osborne around Lakeside Park at DeVetter Fitness’ grand reopening Saturday.
Breakfast and lunch chain First Watch has acquired competitor the Egg & I, but the chains’ Omaha operators said no changes are expected at the restaurants locally.
Athletes’ Training Center is now open at Midlands Place near 84th Street and Highway 370 in Papillion.
Cabela’s plans its fourth annual Outdoor Adventure Day at all its stores, including the La Vista location, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 13. The event includes outdoor activities and demonstrations of target shooting, archery, fishing and camping.
Students who earned degrees in the often highly sought after STEM fields -- science, technology, engineering and mathematics-related disciplines -- have been surprised by their starting salaries.
Australia, Italy and Ireland are at the top of Americans’ international travel bucket list this year, according to a survey by travel booking company Travel Leaders Group.
A new retail strip center soon will take shape south of 204th and Pacific Streets.
The Omaha-Council Bluffs metro area barely made the cut in a new list ranking the top 20 Midwestern cities for job seekers compiled by online recruiting website ZipRecruiter.
Manufacturing activity continued to slide in May in the Federal Reserve district that includes Nebraska, according to the central bank’s most recent survey of the industry.
Walmart has hired more than 800 U.S. veterans in Nebraska since Memorial Day 2013.
If you’ve received a false fraudulent alert from your credit card company, you’re not alone.
Despite reassurances to the contrary from state and federal regulators and the food industry, about half of U.S. shoppers have reservations about food safety related to the ongoing bird flu outbreak, according to NPD Group, a market research company.
Omaha-based HDR has broken into the Top 10 of largest design firms, according to the Engineering News-Record annual rankings.
A startup co-founder recently accepted into Omaha’s Straight Shot accelerator is taking research and development to new heights.
Nebraska’s first Lush store will open June 22 at Village Pointe shopping center.
Bucky’s appears to be moving forward with plans to build a gas station and carwash on a Dodge Street site where other developers’ projects have fallen through.
Three new tenants are coming to Midlands Place in Papillion next month.
Construction will begin on a new fueling station at the Bellevue Baker’s store on Tuesday.
Council Bluffs ice cream parlor Christy Creme has a new owner but won’t change its successful burgers-and-cones formula.
Backwoods already partners with Aksarben Cinema on outdoor film festival events. So moving its shop to Aksarben Village seems like a good fit, sales manager Laura Friesell said.
Dino’s Storage is expanding on its Papillion site -- adding about 500 new storage units to create a total of 700 in a four-story complex.
Primp and Blow hair salon is now open at Shops of Legacy and plans a grand opening event with food and prizes from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday.
Village Pointe and Regency Court shopping centers are under new ownership.
Memorial Day is May 25 and 97 percent of American employers will provide workers with a paid day off for the federal holiday, which honors those who died while serving in the nation’s armed forces.
With her youngest child graduating from high school this spring, Susie Kizer said, “I need a new baby.”
Convenience store chain Kum & Go has again expanded availability of gasoline with 15 percent ethanol, the Iowa Renewable Fuels Association says.
TEDxOmaha is looking for 10 storytellers, speakers and performers to participate in its Oct. 24 event.
Regional Provider Network of Lincoln has named Brian Smullin chief managed care officer, responsible for developing the health care provider network, contracting with managed care companies and reaching value-based contracts.
Dee Hankins of Millard Plaza Ballroom & Catering and Millard Days, Inc., were inducted into the Millard Business Association Hall of Fame April 23 at the 12th annual MBA Gala.
Ash Grove Cement Co. of Louisville, Nebraska, has been honored for its efforts toward energy efficiency.
Five Nebraska and Iowa companies have been named “Premier Carriers of the Year” by Tyson Foods.
The Garment District boutique at Shops of Legacy is celebrating its ninth anniversary Thursday with an event from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Mutual of Omaha will offer advocacy services with the critical illness insurance coverage it offers through its group benefits business.
The John Bernardi Job Fair will be held Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Charles B. Washington Library, 2868 Ames Ave.
Darren Carlson, Andrew Grant and Quantum Partners LLC have formed a privately managed hedge fund in Omaha called Optimetrix LP, which uses a mathematical model developed by Grant to predict financial trends.