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Opinion: 7 tips to win hearts, minds of employees

Columnist Mark Holmes says as workers expect more from their employers, the latter must step up.

Missouri Farm Bureau President Blake Hurst defends Senate Bill 391.

Web Editor Geoff Pickle contends advertising through social influencers has stained consumer interaction.

Columnist Bennet Bodenstein says shipping beverages has allowed smaller companies to better compete.

UMB Bank Chief Lending Officer Tom Terry says buying companies as an investment is being preferred over bond purchases.

Features Editor Christine Temple says state legislators should be addressing the cliff effect.

Wine reviewer Bennet Bodenstein says Spanish winemakers have overcome their historical struggles with quality and pricing.

Guest columnist Eric Bohl says the state Farm Bureau is among 15 members participating in a group commissioned by the governor.

Don Davis of Commerce Trust Co. unpacks changes in the bond market and how that affects the economy.

Columnist Ellen Rohr: "Let’s explore ways we can proactively and positively embrace the changing seasons of a family business."

Bennet Bodenstein takes a break from vino to explore rum liquor.

Jack Stack discusses “Change the Game.”

Editor Eric Olson says construction in Branson is on track to set records.

Columnist Bennet Bodenstein reviews two beverages.

Guest columnist Eric Bohl says it’d be a huge economic blow if China stops buying U.S. ag products.

Columnist Mark Holmes: "Effective leaders ... realize the goal of criticism is to help people get better."

Harold Bengsch outlines the 2019 Men of the Year.

Associate Publisher Marty Goodnight has tips to prepare for a potential recession.

Missouri Farm Bureau’s Eric Bohl discusses a new booming industry in the Show-Me State.

Columnist Ellen Rohr: "We are too old to waste any more time."

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