The city of omaha is a large industrial center, with many medium and small companies. It’s also a banking and insurance capital, with Berkshire Hathaway headquarters here (Warren Buffett is the world’s richest man) and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska warehouse. Other major companies include First Data, Mutual of Omaha, and TD Ameritrade. Omaha has a lot of commercial space, and also has several high-income neighborhoods with shopping, restaurants, bars, clubs, and residential areas.
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Several historic sites can be found in the area, including the Old Market district and Joslyn Castle, a Scottish Baronial style home. Omaha is famous for its corn, but is also known for its collegiate sports, especially University of Nebraska football and the NCAA Men’s College World Series.
Omaha’s history of labor unrest includes strikes, riots and civil unrest, with the city having a reputation for actively breaking unions. This era ended as the city shifted toward a service economy, and industrial jobs like meat processing and railroad operations moved elsewhere.
Gratton Warehouse Company
11005 E Cir, Omaha, NE 68137, United States