Pelini is 46 years old. Hard-headed and stubborn. Authentic and principled. He hasn't changed and he won't change. What he can do, however, is pull back the curtain and let people judge the whole man, not just the slice that appears on fall Saturdays after a questionable call. It may be good enough, it may not. But at least he can say we knew the...
We all have those days, right?
You know the ones: Our hair looks awful, our nails are chipped and our skin is breaking out.
It’s on those days that many of us could really use some skillful help.
A University of Nebraska-Lincoln research team has produced a report that concludes using corn-crop leftovers such as stalks and cobs to make ethanol generates more greenhouse gases than gasoline does, while reducing the farmland soil carbons that are a key to agricultural production.
One member of our manufacturing team is a total slacker. “Chad” takes frequent breaks and shows absolutely no interest in meeting production goals. While the rest of us are working, he looks for other things to do in the plant. I usually fill in for Chad so that we can meet our daily objectives, but this is getting old. I talked with...
A subsidiary of Omaha-based Westin Foods is voluntarily recalling a frozen pasta product, AngelBowls Corkscrew Pasta and Creamy Tomato Vodka Sauce, because its ingredients may include undeclared pine nuts, a potential allergen.
Lululemon Athletica Inc. won dismissal of claims that shareholders lost $2 billion because the athletic-wear company misled them about quality problems with its products, including bleeding colors and see-through yoga pants.
Military veterans who dream of starting their own businesses can compete for start-up money in a video pitch contest. Signal 88 Security, an Omaha-based private security company, is sponsoring Operation American Dream: From Battlefield to Boss for the second year.
March unemployment rates rose 0.1 percentage points in Nebraska and Iowa from February, but are lower than a year ago. The labor force and the number of unemployed grew in both states from February, with more people looking for work.