Jul 27, 2020
This week on the Commonwealth, Luke Hansen discusses taking CompanyCam from an idea to millions of pictures uploaded world wide. He also overviews the challenges building a tech company in the Midwest and his perspective on the anti-trust debate around Apple's App Store.
Jul 20, 2020
Albert Maxey has been inducted into both the Nebraska and
Indiana Basketball Hall of Fames, was the first black Lieutenant on
the Lincoln, NE Police Department and served as the body guard for
Martin Luther King Jr. .
Al gives us his perspective on making history, being alongside some of America's greats and what...
Jul 13, 2020
Nebraska's Director of Economic Development, Tony Goins, joins the Commonwealth to discuss a variety of topics. He first discusses his recent trip to the White House to meet President Trump and Steve Mnuchin. Tony then goes over Nebraska's response to the coronavirus pandemic that kept hospitalizations down...
Jul 6, 2020
President of the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation Wendy Guillies
discusses the philanthropy's response to the Coronavirus pandemic
and the Black Lives Matter movement. The philanthropy is leveraging
their $2 Billion endowment to create innovative programs to combat
The sponsor for today's episode is Yabba...