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Financial planner Paula Dougherty says positive budgeting can lead to greater financial control.

Web Editor Geoff Pickle outlines Springfield Business Journal's top online articles of 2020.

Editor Eric Olson looks into a six-figure donation of fine art.

Columnist Bennet Bodenstein recommends prosecco over champagne for Christmas, Hanukkah and New Year's.

Columnist Mark Holmes: "When employees meet change with resistance, the cost can be high. It can create productivity decline, employee turnover, customer dissatisfaction and even reductions in sales revenue."

Columnist Steve Albrecht says attitudes among staff members can impact retention.

Features Editor Christine Temple says don't cancel your organization's Christmas spirit this year, just the in-person parties.

Higher education professors unpack the Economic Freedom of North America report.

Guest columnist David King: "Technology tools are available to make this holiday season easier for local businesses – while maximizing safety and retail sales during this challenging time."

Web Editor Geoff Pickle commends efforts to provide better internet service locally.

Columnist Bennet Bodenstein has tips for what to serve at the Thanksgiving table.

Columnist Donnie Brawner: "Taking care of the client is paramount in almost any business regardless of industry."

UMB Bank's KC Mathews has predictions for the 2020-21 U.S. economy.

Columnist Steve Albrecht says medical marijuana in Missouri puts drug testing burdens on employers.

Columnist Paula Dougherty says all is not loss from a financial setback.

Columnist Mark Holmes: "If a company wants to win customers’ hearts and minds, they need to deliver excellent customer service."

Editor Eric Olson hopes to open communication lines.

Columnist Bennet Bodenstein gives some wine history for the Italian island.

Statehouse columnist Phill Brooks indicates how state residents have influenced the nation.

Statehouse columnist Phill Brooks worries society may not escape “ideological simplicities and near-mindless ‘feel-good' TV advertisements.”

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