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Richard Ollis: Construction agreements have changed dramatically in the past decade.

Richard Baker of Prime Capital Investment Advisers says economic development comes down to investing in people.

Lisa Jones of Prime Capital Investment Advisors issues a New Year's challenge.

Ryan Mooney of the chamber says “the next evolution of economic development is underway.”

Even people who are financially secure can fall into money traps, Paula Dougherty says.

Amanda Tummons of Husch Blackwell talks about the importance of male and female mentors.

Todd Nielsen of JMark talks challenges in the banking industry.

Lisa Jones of Prime Capital Investment Advisors: "Women might find it more comforting to speak openly to another woman about money."

Columnist Paula Dougherty: Take advantage of your good fortune today to strengthen your financial future.

Todd Nielsen of JMark provides the levels of maturity to see where your firm stacks up.

Jeffrey Schmedeke of MSU: Educating the workforce with technology management skills and embracing lifelong learning is paramount.

Amy DeMelo of Cox College: The surest path to economic and social well-being is a college education.

Erica Smith of BKD LLP: “Tax planning is top of mind for many real estate developers.”

Brenda Rantz of Nixa Public Schools says, "be vocal for shop local."

Angie Besendorfer of WGU Missouri says "it is becoming more difficult to ... differentiate between candidates with degrees from the same university."

Karen Armstrong of Arvest Bank: A lean talent pool should prompt construction companies to re-examine the benefits and company culture offered in order to recruit and retain the best workers.

Matt Cash of BKD says "changes are coming to contractors' financial statements.


CFP Kenny Gott encourages business owners to think about their long-term strategy.

DSA Executive Director Rusty Worley: New local guests “are on the lookout for tastes, shopping and festivals as they discover what makes southwest Missouri unique.”

Kelsey Grubaugh has suggestions for making deals with the nation’s largest demographic group.

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