TreeHouse Foods will close its Omaha office early next year, affecting about 200 employees.
Russian hackers did not penetrate the election machines or computer software of Omaha-based Election Systems & Software during the 2016 election season, a company executive told The World-Herald on Tuesday.
Berkshire said Tuesday its board authorized Chairman and Chief Executive Warren Buffett and Vice Chairman Charlie Munger to repurchase stock "at any time" if they agree that its price is below the stock's "intrinsic value, conservatively determined."
Mutual of Omaha’s first Medicare Advantage plan will go on sale this fall in Cincinnati, the company said Tuesday, the start of Mutual’s strategy to create a nationwide Medicare Advantage product.
MHP Development — which oversees Miracle Hills Park — filed a lawsuit this week saying it wants to evict Kohll's Pharmacy from its business park at 114th Street and West Dodge Road.
Linda McMahon of the Small Business Administration said that she understands the short-term effects tariffs might be having on small businesses, but said it's a long game.
Items to be fixed include loose concrete in the “lazy river” feature, a chemical imbalance in a jacuzzi, a missing first aid kit and life guard certifications, broken shower heads, sand in the bottom of a pool and malfunctioning water pumps, according to the inspection report.
In an announcement Tuesday, MetLife said it would add more than 150 jobs over the next several months for the customer service center it expects to open by the end of this year.
Red Giant Oil Co., a 108-year-old Council Bluffs company that is one of North America’s largest blenders of locomotive engine oil, is to be purchased by HollyFrontier Corp., a Dallas firm listed on the New York Stock Exchange.
Many Nebraska and Iowa companies are exporters primarily concerned about retaliatory tariffs affecting their sales. Not only do they get dinged with the higher input costs when steel prices rise, but then their products are hit with tariffs from Europe that are in response to the U.S. moves.
Move over, Wall Street titans and Silicon Valley giants. When it comes to paychecks, Big Oil now looks like the best bet for U.S. workers.
"This is a time of year we don't sell a lot of soybeans to China," said Victor Bohuslavsky, executive director of the farm industry group. "It would naturally slow down at that time anyway. The big concern is going to be the fall harvest."
The proposed agreement next goes to the Dodge County Board, which would have to give final approval.
The nation’s largest voting equipment vendor has for at least nine years coaxed state and local elections officials to serve on an “advisory board” that gathers twice annually for company-sponsored conferences, including one last year at a ritzy Las Vegas resort hotel.
Lincoln financial company Nelnet Inc. plans to open a Utah-chartered Internet bank with its home office in Salt Lake City.
Terry Kroeger is stepping down as chairman and chief executive officer of BH Media Group as a result of a new management agreement with Lee Enterprises, ending a 33-year career with the Omaha World-Herald.
"It's entirely possible that as the company grows, so will our Omaha office and our Chicago office," Sean Connolly, president and chief executive of Conagra, told The World-Herald on Wednesday. "Omaha is critical to our overall success" as the company begins to grow after three years of tough changes.
The Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that government workers can't be forced to contribute to labor unions that represent them in collective bargaining, dealing a serious financial blow to organized labor.
When one customer said Gerda's reminded him of his grandma's, it was easy to see why: Bright lights, white Formica counter, cluttered shelves, newspaper clippings and photos tacked up everywhere. A ringing phone, a humming, sweet-smelling kitchen, a line of people eager for food cooked with love.
Metropolitan Utilities District said it was monitoring pumps it uses to pull drinking water from the Missouri.
The initiative aims to help meet Nebraska’s need for skilled workers by getting seventh- and eighth-grade students thinking about careers in manufacturing and technology.
Ken Cook, who was instrumental in assembling Mutual of Omaha's Midtown Crossing campus, is stepping down as the president of East Campus Realty.
A local residential real estate company with roots in the 1980s has changed ownership, but its longtime leader remains at the helm of day-to-day operations.
Despite Capital One’s current plans, credit card experts say the future of the Lincoln office remains up in the air, based on how other private label portfolios operate and how similar past deals have gone down.
Emily Skor, chief executive of Energy Growth, said Pruitt has granted more waivers than usual to U.S. petroleum refineries, allowing them to skip blending ethanol into fuel without requiring increased blending elsewhere.
Warren Distribution plans a $12.8 million, 211,000-square-foot addition to its Council Bluffs warehouse and distribution center that would add as many as 30 new jobs.
Visitors got a sneak peek Tuesday at the new home of the Omaha chamber, which moved to the former Conagra campus.
A developer is negotiating to buy the Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce's former location at 13th and Harney Streets, chamber CEO David Brown said Tuesday.
Signers of the Giving Pledge held their yearly two-day get-together last week to compare notes on how to give away millions effectively. Since 2017, 14 philanthropists, mostly couples, have signed.
Convergys, a company that operates call centers, will close its Omaha operations at the end of the month.
The decision is connected to a fatal 2014 crash in freezing rain on Interstate 20 in Texas. It involved a student truck driver and the Blake family of Houston, according to a press release from the Penn Law Firm, which represented the family.
This week Hughes, chairwoman of Washington, D.C.-based Urban One — the nation’s largest distributer of radio, TV and digital programming for black audiences — returns home. Hughes will take part in events Thursday and Friday — an honorary street-naming, a keynote speech at the Empowerment Network’s “Rebuilding the Village” conference and a humorous roast in her honor at the Omaha Press Club.
Union Pacific Corp. held its first open annual shareholder meeting in Omaha on Thursday after more than 100 years of hosting shareholders in Salt Lake City.
The store, now at Midtown Crossing, is offering specials and samples through the end of May. A portion of receipts on Sundays in May go to the Leavenworth Neighborhood Association.
First National Bank of Omaha announced $904,000 in new community development grants in six states where it operates, including $590,000 to 24 groups in Nebraska.
Conagra is asking the City of Council Bluffs to rezone that 1.2-acre grassy stretch from residential to industrial so it can expand or put in a parking lot — two possibilities listed in zoning documents. Alicia and Jim Brady are rallying the neighborhood and hoping the City Council will turn down Conagra’s request when the issue comes up on May 7.
The company said on its Facebook page that two geese, one male and one female, appear to have taken up residence in the parking lot.
TD Ameritrade's earnings rose, its switch-over of clients from a newly acquired competitor is going well and recent stock market volatility helped set records for revenue and trading volume. But the Omaha-based discount brokerage's stock price dropped Tuesday, apparently because some investors are disappointed that the company's quarterly earnings report didn't include a new stock buy-back plan, Ameritrade Chief Executive Tim Hockey said.
Neon signs are flicking on at a number of new bars and restaurants in Omaha, and they often come from the same artist: Karen Chaka, who's been making the signs for more than 30 years.
After an arduous learning curve, a pair of Omaha entrepreneurs have launched the state's first commercial malthouse, turning barley grown in Nebraska into malt used by craft brewers. They were part of the first all-Nebraska beer brewed in the state.