Welcome to the September 15, 2017 Lincoln Business Journal
Here is brief summary of our feature stories.
Vol. 20 No. 18

Briefs in this week's issue

Lincoln Industries selects Carper

CKF promotes Bechtold to VP

Nebraska Children’s Home Society names Temple-Plotz its new CEO

Ameritas promotes Rimpley

Alvine Engineering appoints Neemann as associate principal

FNB names Weeks lead director, commercial lending in Lincoln

Cassidy joins Lutz in Lincoln

i.e.Design hires Sharp in Lincoln

Immanuel selects Maciejewski VP of information technology

Special Sections:

• Technology

• Going Green

Molex expands with diversification, product evolution over 40 years
by David Kubicek

When Molex first opened its Lincoln plant in 1977, the firm’s core business was manufacturing electronic connectors and plug-ins — little devices found inside phones, computers and on the backs of television sets.


Interest in honeybees’ plight keeps Lincoln’s Valhalla Bee Farm buzzing
by Michelle Leach

Significant buzz is swirling around V alhalla Bee Farm, from traffic at its University Place shop, to demand for supplies from more individuals who are getting into beekeeping, to novel partnerships with organizations such as The Lincoln Marriott Cornhusker Hotel.


Great Plains Epoxy grows with versatility of epoxy
by Lee Nelson

During his many years as landscape designer and owner of Great Plains Landscaping & Design, Marcus Hellwege discovered the versatility and durability of epoxy. To capitalize on that, two years ago he expanded his business by opening Great Plains Epoxy.



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