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Columnist Ellen Rohr says as an owner or manager, it's helpful to remember what it's like to be an employee.

Columnist Bennet Bodenstein discusses his eye-opening experience with wine glasses.

The Show-Me Institute's Andrew Wilson says it “was a bad year for government-failure deniers.”

SbjLive CEO Mar’Ellen Felin responds to the news from Pyramid Foods.

Francine Pratt delivers the latest in her Prosperity Checkpoints series.

Real estate wins in the race to see what readers want most, says Editor Eric Olson.

Missouri Farm Bureau's Eric Bohl discusses the recently passed farm bill.

Eric Olson welcomes the 12 People You Need to Know in 2019.

Is there a format for going viral? Web Producer Geoff Pickle unpacks a recent case study.

Jeff Houghton discusses a remarkably similar video from the fast-food company.

Rep. Billy Long writes about new boundary line requirements he says are adversely affecting properties in the area.

Columnist Mark Holmes says we allow customer time wasters in his latest column in the Smart Ways Series.

Missouri Farm Bureau's Eric Bohl discusses annual policy book just ahead of next legislative session.

Columnist Bennet Bodenstein tries four selections from Jed Steel.

Columnist Ellen Rohr: “Perhaps it’s time to put your shop or office in order.”

Editor Eric Olson calls on the city to adopt the flag created by the Springfield Identity Project.

Columnist Bennet Bodenstein reviews beverages for Hanukkah.

Guest columnist Constance Moore writes about the generation that’s hard-working, independent, proud and private.

Marty Goodnight breaks out his annual best ideas for business and life.

Diane Olson of the Missouri Farm Bureau examines the holiday’s market basket survey.

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