YOUR BUSINESS AUTHORITY

Springfield, MO

Log in Subscribe

Industry Insight
56 results total, viewing 1 - 20

Opinion: What investors need to know about trade tensions

Paula Dougherty: “A prominent economic story of the past year has been the growing tide of trade disputes across the globe.”

Megan Short of the Springfield Contractors Association: “Why pay so much when you can figure it out on your own? The answer: Training, or lack thereof. “

Wes Pratt reflects on the year in diversity and inclusion.

The chamber’s Ryan Mooney says Springfield doesn’t currently have enough real estate on the market to meet economic development criteria.

Downtown Springfield Association’s Rusty Worley writes about four development focuses in center city.

Karen Shannon of Ollis/Akers/Arney: “Success is dependent on more than just employees physically being present.”

Mark Sharp of BKD asks, “What are the health care payer sources in the United States doing to decrease the cost of care in our country?”

Byron Pierce of UMB Bank has three considerations.

Ashlee Radford of Guaranty Bank: Large deposits could be working smarter.

Tim Parrish of Missouri Trust & Investment: “Building a portfolio of rental properties has become a very popular investment approach and is often treated as a retirement vehicle.”

Jeremy Loftin of Missouri Trust & Investment: “A successful financial wellness program will address both short- and long-term goals.”

Allison Kimes of Guaranty Bank: “Studies have shown that prolonged sitting takes its toll on employee health.”

Jahana Uchtman: “Big or small, every company needs a marketing plan.”

Jeremy Wells has advice on how to be strategic with your brand strategy.

Don Harkey: Businesses must focus on customer experience as well as product quality.

Kenny Gott says couples should talk to each other and other relatives about after-death plans.

Wealth adviser Paula Dougherty: “Retirement brings the end of a chapter in your career and the start of a new lifestyle.”

CPA Kristin Carter says “many taxpayers are still unsure of their tax situation and how tax reform will affect them.”

Lynne Haggerman discusses new changes in the law.

Attorney Stephen Aton says understanding options for protecting assets is key.

1 | 2 | 3 Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past year.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.
Editors' Pick

US shutdown stifles economic strides

Locals are affected by the longest shutdown in U.S. history.

Most Read