Monday Business Briefing: Heine Bros. expands footprint; Wicked Sheets to pitch Silicon Valley investors; V8 Super Duty for 2020; and moreBy Staff | Posted on February 10, 2019
Welcome to the Feb. 11 Monday Business Briefing, your weekly business intelligence digest from Insider Louisville. Heine Brothers’ opens a new location; others in the works Locally owned coffee company Heine Brothers’ Coffee continues to grow. The roaster recently opened a new 2,000 square-foot coffee shop with...
- By Boris Ladwig | Posted on January 17, 2019
GE Appliances placed a big bet on this year’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, renting 30 percent more space than last year, in part to allow professional chefs to churn out delectables in three working kitchens. The Louisville-based appliance maker dispatched about 50...
The Closing Bell: Arcadia Apartments rebranded; GEA wants to hire your granny; Peerless promotes distiller; state wins $10.6M grant; and moreBy Staff | Posted on January 10, 2019
Welcome to The Closing Bell. This is your last stop for biz scoops and big news before the weekend — a roundup of stories that can’t wait till Monday. Arcadia Apartments renamed amid major renovation The dilapidated Arcadia Apartment complex isn’t just getting major...
- By Boris Ladwig | Posted on January 8, 2019
The value of planned investments in new buildings and machinery from manufacturing, service and technology companies in Kentucky last year fell by 42 percent compared to 2017, and Louisville’s share of the investments fell to at least a six-year low. Businesses in the manufacturing,...
The Closing Bell: CHI official on timing of asset sale; UofL to lead startup hub; KMAC extends free admission into 2019; [give] 502; and moreBy Staff | Posted on December 20, 2018
Welcome to The Closing Bell. This is your last stop for biz scoops and big news before the weekend — a roundup of stories that can’t wait till Monday. CHI official: KentuckyOne asset sale news possible early next year A Catholic Health Initiatives executive...
- By Boris Ladwig | Posted on November 13, 2018
Consumer confidence, income growth and a low unemployment rate will push holiday retail sales 5.8 percent higher this year, according to a projection.
- By Boris Ladwig | Posted on October 31, 2018
GE Appliances has created 150 part-time positions to avoid production bottlenecks that arise when workers extend weekends by taking off Monday and Friday.
Monday Business Briefing: A terrible week for local stocks; Waterfront Park authority to test donation boxes; appliance prices rising; and moreBy Staff | Posted on October 28, 2018
Welcome to the Oct. 29 Monday Business Briefing, your weekly business intelligence digest from Insider Louisville. Local stocks tumbled amid concerns about future earnings With the exception of Ford and Texas Roadhouse, all stocks of local importance fell last week — some sharply — as...
- By Boris Ladwig | Posted on October 17, 2018
What if a machine could dry clothes without heat? Oak Ridge researchers working with GE Appliances wondered if the machine could use ultrasound instead.
Monday Business Briefing: Burger Boy Diner expanding; Papa John’s reorganizes to improve customer experience; analyst: Ford to cut 24K jobs; and moreBy Staff | Posted on October 14, 2018
Welcome to the Oct. 15 Monday Business Briefing, your weekly business intelligence digest from Insider Louisville.