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Codistac owner Heather Noggle: "QR codes are here to stay; we’re already at the point of widespread adoption. Use caution and tell your friends and family to make the pause and evaluate."

New Taffy Tree software set to go in 2024.

Jennifer Jackson will sell business journal to incoming publisher Marty Goodnight.

Marty Goodnight on Jan. 1 will rejoin SBJ as publisher and eventual owner as Jennifer Jackson begins transition into retirement. 

Officials say the switch to Epic is a "major investment in technology" for the health system.

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Editorial Vice President Eric Olson goes holiday shopping with a chatbot in the driver's seat.

Nine businesspeople share philosophies at 90 Ideas in 90 Minutes.

Campaignium's Ryan Simmons: "The imminent arrival of SGE represents not just a challenge but an opportunity – to refine our SEO strategies, embrace new technologies and prepare for a future where AI is integral in how we search for information online."

The Harvard Business Review finds more than 75% of brands have a dedicated budget for influencer marketing, and a study from social media resource Influencer Marketing Hub said the industry is expected to grow $21.1 billion this year.

ORLY stock has climbed steadily since the COVID-19 pandemic hit.

Surgical tech workers are in high demand, officials say.

Purpose Connect brings on a chief strategy officer and chief operations officer.

Band officials say industry shifts prompted the decision on its A&M Records contract.

Stacey Zengel has worked at the company since 1999.

Streamlined permitting process reduces wait, officials say.

Two new members join the health system's governing board, as well.

SBJ economic survey data inform long-term planning.

Codistac owner Heather Noggle makes the case for WFH.

Ollis/Akers/Arney's Jeff Eiserman: "Nothing is perfect in preventing cybercrime, but starting with these will help protect the future of your business."

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