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Features Editor Christine Temple says businesses should implement a policy to support domestic violence survivors.

Columnist Bennet Bodenstein reviews four selections from the European country.

Editor Eric Olson finds sabbaticals have a place in the corporate world.

Springfield City Council member Andrew Lear says the proposal goes against the will of voters.

Columnist Mark Holmes has "10 ways to conduct uncomfortable performance discussions with your employee."

Lindenwood University professor Rik Hafer breaks down the Congressional Budget Office’s long-term budget outlook.

Web Editor Geoff Pickle says, "What better time than now to use the digital tools at your disposal for self-improvement?"

Guest columnist Donnie Brawner says "keeping a business alive during economic upheaval is not for the faint of heart."

SbjLive CEO Mar'Ellen Felin says grace is the antidote for the unrelenting challenges of 2020.

Missouri Farm Bureau’s Eric Bohl encourages a vote on the issue he says will fix redistricting changes from 2018.

Ellen Rohr pens her final column for Springfield Business Journal.

Publisher Jennifer Jackson says it's time for businesses to take action against domestic violence.

The leaders of MSU, Drury, Evangel and OTC issue a letter to Mayor Ken McClure and Springfield City Council.

Attorney Stephen Aton says "titling business and personal financial accounts properly is very helpful to those who will someday handle your affairs."

SBJ Features Editor Christine Temple calls on social media users to use critical thinking to spot false news.

Columnist Steve Albrecht recommends better customer service to keep clients happy.

Columnist Mark Holmes: "A frequent complaint about creating strategic planning is that it’s a long, painful process – and too often, that is the case. But it doesn’t have to be."

Wine columnist Bennet Bodenstein tries beverages from Bordeaux, France.

Columnist Ellen Rohr: "I am not suggesting that you do anything that makes you queasy. On the contrary, there are ways to leverage this formula to ethically promote you and your honorable company."

Editor Eric Olson shines light on two scams, one with Social Security numbers and the other by text phishing.

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