Welcome to the October 15, 2017 Lincoln Business Journal
Here is brief summary of our feature stories.
Vol. 20 No. 20

Briefs in this week's issue

Union Bank & Trust promotes Brass, Tinkham to new roles

Five Nines Technology Group promotes Newton to senior role

Lincoln’s Bright Lights selects Sypal as new executive director

Lutz promotes Beller, Donovan, Englund, Harpster, Heinrichs, James, Klabenes, Poppen, Thompson and Wittler to managers

Special Sections:

• Blueprints

• Corporate Security

DLR Group targets health care for regional growth opportunities
by Richard D. Brown

Although DLR Group has a diverse num- ber of projects in K-12 education, higher education, justice/civic, workplace, sports and energy/engineering, the regional leader of the international design firm founded in Omaha in 1966 is targeting the burgeoning health care field as presenting the 110 employees in Nebraska and Iowa with the greatest growth opportunities.


B&R Stores marks 38 years of employee ownership with launch of new concept
by Michelle Leach

In mid-August, B&R Stores celebrated 38 years as an employee-owned company with its “Employee Ownership Day” in-store events and promos, and improvements to its network of Nebraska and Iowa stores represent other causes for celebration for the grocer whose brands have grown to include Russ’s Market, Super Saver, Save Best, Apple Market, and Russ’s Market Express.


R.U. Nuts stays competitive in wholesale food industry with expanded products
by Savannah Behrends

In the past couple of years R.U. Nuts has increased its product line to help compete with increasing competition in the bulk-food industry.



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