The bike shop, which also sells coffee and tea, has sponsored group bike rides for years.
A provision in the Senate’s surface transportation bill that would help pay for charging and refilling stations for zero- or low-emissions vehicles should also support more stations for biofuels like ethanol, say two Midwestern senators.
Taco John’s last month sent a warning to a brewery five blocks from its national headquarters for using the term to advertise a taco truck that parks outside its establishment once a week.
Surveys targeting that age group at the Maha Festival highlight their growing influence in Omaha and the area’s workforce
The 186 full-time workers and three part-time workers at the Fargo Assemblies plant will lose their jobs on or before Nov. 29.
Berkshire also said it was sitting on more than $122 billion in cash, up from more than $114 billion at the end of March.
Justin Sun was supposed to have lunch with Omaha investor Warren Buffett in San Francisco. Instead, the Chinese cryptocurrency entrepreneur canceled the meal, for which he had paid $4.6 million, and was apologizing for his "excessive self-promotion."
The owner of a biogas plant in northeast Nebraska said in replies to several lawsuits that two other companies are responsible for toxic odors that fouled a neighborhood.
Brick-and-mortar retailers have found a new calling in the age of e-commerce: As pickup and drop-off sites for online purchases.
Born in Nebraska, the four Malmsten boys participated in James Cash Penney's unique business model.
President Donald Trump has vowed to slap tariffs on Apple’s Mac Pros if the company shifts production of the computer from Texas to China.
Union Pacific officials say no one was injured when 70 train cars derailed in north-central Missouri.
Sunset Poultry LLC applied earlier this month for a special permit for eight barns housing up to 47,500 chickens each on 80 acres just south of the Saunders County line, about a mile and a half southwest of Ceresco.
Stothert said she wants the public’s help in developing a long-term plan to better maintain and update streets. The mayor would like to see every lane mile resurfaced during its 20-year life span.
Don Meier was a television pioneer who produced or directed a variety of shows out of Chicago in the 1950s. One of those, “Zoo Parade,” provided the inspiration for “Wild Kingdom” in the early 1960s.
Something new is coming and soon you will scarcely remember when it didn’t exist. It’s called the Standcap Inverted Pouch.
D3 Technology, an Omaha company that specializes in digital banking software, has been acquired by Atlanta-based NCR Corp., a technology firm that does business in 180 countries.
The remnant of the defunct toy chain is set to return this holiday season by opening about a half dozen U.S. stores and an e-commerce site, according to people familiar with the matter.
A bright yellow "STORE CLOSING" sign is hanging above the store's entry. The closing reportedly is set for Aug. 3.
Scott Keogh was in Omaha on Monday for the grand opening of Baxter Auto Group's new Volkswagen dealership at 17220 Burt St.
More than 1,000 businesses in Nebraska were affected by the March blizzard, rains and flooding that developed into Nebraska’s costliest disaster on record, state officials said Monday.
Interviewed Monday after Flywheel's workforce was told about the acquisition, co-founder Dusty Davidson said he viewed the deal as a plus for Omaha and an opportunity for the WordPress hosting and management startup that he, Tony Noecker and Rick Knudtson launched in 2012.
MK Meats, a locally owned custom meat processing plant and retail butcher shop, plans a new 6,000-square-feet facility in Unadilla.
In addition to taking over the distribution center, the new firm has long-term plans to open a full-scale manufacturing facility, product research and development lab and marketing operation on the 54-acre campus previously occupied by Cabela's.
Axalta Coating Systems surged as the frequent takeover target backed by Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway put itself up for a possible sale as part of a "comprehensive" review of strategic options.
Pfizer will buy Array BioPharma for $10.6 billion to gain its promising new medicines for cancer, which could end or limit the use of punishing chemotherapy for some patients.
In just over a decade, Uber has fundamentally transformed the way people get from one place to another, unleashing both chaos and convenience.
Walmart has updated the information network used daily by its suppliers to let them submit cost increases that are directly attributable to higher U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods.
As Amazon pushes to speed up its Prime delivery to one day, the company showed off a new cog in its system based in Sarpy County.
Family members describe her as the “diligent counterweight to her husband John’s entrepreneurial spirit.” She was mostly private, while he was the face of the business.
Don’t expect to see young athletes this year at the project’s site in La Vista near Interstate 80 and Giles Road — the estimated $125 million endeavor will soon miss another self-imposed deadline.
Omaha's oldest grocery store operation is banning plastic bags.
The Omaha area is home to 10 companies among the Fortune 500 and 1,000.
Ascena Retail Group Inc. will start winding down its Dressbarn clothing chain, the latest upheaval in a continued retail shakeout.
McDonald's Corp., in the face of criticism for its handling of harassment complaints, says it is training workers to deal with the issue and is starting a hotline for victims.
Nike, Adidas and other footwear companies urged President Donald Trump to reconsider his tariffs on shoes made in China, saying the policy would be "catastrophic for our consumers, our companies and the American economy as a whole."
Registered travelers will receive faster processing through security checkpoints.
Delta adds another nonstop flight as it says it has increased flights out of Omaha by more than 10% in the last year.
Health care administration company will process claims and set up call center for VA.
Chevron Corp. CEO Mike Wirth’s decision to abandon his $33 billion offer for Anadarko Petroleum Corp. bolsters his reputation as one of the oil industry’s consummate financial disciplinarians.
Boston Beer Co., the Sam Adams brewer, saw it shares jump after it announced the acquisition of Dogfish Head Brewery in a deal valued at $300 million, combining two well-known craft beer pioneers in the U.S.
Split concourses and dual security checks would give way to a single linear concourse and a central unified checkpoint.
Four decades ago, Jacob Rothschild did something crazy. After a family falling out, he turned his back on the riches of Europe's biggest banking dynasty to pursue his own interests.
Berkshire Hathaway Inc. thinks it was duped.
Occidental Petroleum Corp. Chief Executive Officer Vicki Hollub is on the cusp of winning a David versus Goliath bidding war that has captivated the oil industry.
The layoffs represent a sizable portion of the company's Omaha workforce of nearly 700.
Cox Communications and Greater Omaha Chamber sponsor SmartBiz Omaha.
Ruby Tuesday signs have been covered or removed from the now vacant building and lot. A note posted to the door didn’t indicate a reason for the restaurant’s closing.
Marriott International is expanding its home-sharing business to the U.S. as Airbnb diversifies its own business ahead of an expected initial public offering.
Walmart is getting into the beef business.
Kraft Heinz Co. is bringing in a new chief executive as it looks to break out of a slump that’s hampered the company since its bid to buy Unilever fell apart more than two years ago.
Census figures show people moved away with the jobs, though officials are promoting the area as open for business.
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul, which has operated in Omaha since 1908, is revamping its thrift stores and plans to expand from three locations to nine. The first of six new thrift stores opened Wednesday near 90th and Fort Streets.
To make my 30-30 roster, a company has to achieve a return on stockholders’ equity of 30% or better in the latest year, and 30%-a-year earnings growth over the past five years.
Most CEOs make headlines when their annual pay is notably high. Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey is getting attention for 2018 pay that's notably low - and one that gives a symbolic wink to its own history.