Innovators and entrepreneurs in the region are advancing national security.
Forget Silicon Valley. A growing number of entrepreneurs are returning to their roots to build a business.
Greg Rollett and Brandon Adams travel to La Crosse, Wis., a small river town, to see how entrepreneurs in this city have used the power of community to turn their ideas into thriving businesses.
It's time to stop ignoring the entrepreneurs in "flyover country."
The Midwest is very welcoming of startups, but a lot of VCs and talent are still located on the coasts.
Want lower costs, a stronger community and a higher profile for your great idea? Quit flying over the newest startup hot spots.
Omaha and Lincoln may not be considered the typical entrepreneurial hubs but in the past few years, the Midwest cities have brought in millions for startups.
This fashion label is loved by country folks and city slickers.
Jay Adelson of Center Electric believes Midwestern work ethic and manufacturing prowess are advantages Silicon Valley can't match.
The Midwest region is home to 150 of the Fortune 500 companies and generates 22 percent of the nation's gross domestic product.
With 'Silicon Prairie' touting increased job growth and a cost-friendly lifestyle, the Midwest is a force to be reckoned with.