As a hub of the railroad and meat industry, Omaha has an extensive history of labor unrest and conflict between management and workers. The city has since made an effort to be more open to unions and is seeing some positive economic growth. It is also one of the few major U.S. cities that was less affected by the 2008 financial crisis.
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Omaha has a strong financial sector with large Fortune 500 companies like Berkshire Hathaway, Mutual of Omaha warehouse and TD Ameritrade. The insurance industry is a huge part of the local economy, as well. Several insurance companies call Omaha home, including Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Nebraska, Physicians Mutual and Woodmen of the World.
The city has a lot to offer for its residents in terms of shopping, dining and entertainment. Many popular national retailers are located in the area, as are a few large malls. Some of the more upscale shopping centers include Village Pointe, Oak View Mall and Westroads Mall.
Omaha also has a few unique shopping spots, such as The Design Gallery in Furniture Mart and the Nebraska Furniture Mart Clearance and Factory Outlet. The latter is a shopper’s paradise filled with amazing deals on furniture and mattresses, do-it-yourself flooring, carpeting and unique home decor. Other places to shop in Omaha include the Old Market area and the downtown Omaha World-Herald Square.
Gratton Warehouse Company
11005 E Cir, Omaha, NE 68137, United States