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Creighton survey shows continued slow midwest economic growth

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Creighton survey shows continued slow midwest economic growth

By Matt Kelley A monthly survey of business leaders across the Midwest finds the economic picture is looking up for all nine states, while Iowa’s numbers for January were the highest in the region. Creighton University economist Ernie Goss says the survey shows solid gains during the month. “That number was up for the third straight month into […]

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Cedar Rapids casino would have been rare “interior” casino

Cedar Rapids casino would have been rare “interior” casino   0

By O. Kay Henderson A Creighton University economist who has studied the nation's gambling industry says casinos like the one that had been proposed for Cedar Rapids are [...]