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Opinion: Investments play role in energy revolution

Columnist Andy Drennen says "companies unwilling to embrace ESG initiatives in their operations will find it difficult to secure funding."

Garrett Hawkins of the Missouri Farm Bureau says energizing rural economies is among recommendations from the advocacy organization.

Editor Eric Olson recounts how business kept moving despite the recent cold weather crisis.

Web Editor Geoff Pickle calls for more simplistic verbiage in marketing.

Columnist Bennet Bodenstein recommends four South American selections under $20.

Columnist Steve Albrecht has tips and thoughts on leadership.

State chamber leader Dan Mehan discusses the State of the State.

Features Editor Christine Temple offers advice to employers now that that vaccine dilemma is front and center.

U.S. Sen. Roy Blunt criticizes early executive orders from the newly inaugurated president.

A reader responds to another letter to the editor brought on by a staff opinion piece.

Columnist Mark Holmes: "Even seasoned leaders struggle to apply the right techniques to influence employees to achieve the company’s goals."

Executive business coach Bill Perkin discusses lessons learned from the 2014 accident.

Editor Eric Olson pens a follow-up column with advice from readers.

Bluebird Network CEO Michael Morey discusses ways companies in the industry are addressing the issue.

Columnist Donnie Brawner says the new year is the right time to move from defense to offense in your business.

A reader responds to the Jan. 6 events at the Capitol.

A reader responds to an opinion article by SBJ Web Editor Geoff Pickle.

Features Editor Christine Temple says a corporation's political statement should tie into its strategic vision.

Columnist Bennet Bodenstein reviews four beverages from Europe.

Lindenwood University professor Rik Hafer says the free-market capitalist system functions on trust.

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