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Web Editor Geoff Pickle lays out the most read business stories on this year.

Missouri Director of Agriculture Chris Chinn says the time is now to put the new trade agreement in place.

Guest columnist Mark Holmes: "Good managers know how important it is to guide and encourage employees today to be customer-centric, take sufficient accountability for results, and be adaptable."

Features Editor Christine Temple makes the case for kindness in the workplace as a goal for 2020.

Columnist Bennet Bodenstein tries beverages from Sutter Home Family Vineyards.

Rep. Billy Long says Congress and federal agencies are working together to better map areas without access to high-speed internet.

Editor Eric Olson gleans insight from the leadership ideas in the upcoming 90 Ideas in 90 Minutes event.

Missouri Farm Bureau’s Diane Olson examines annual price points.

Columnist Francine Pratt: “Economic research indicates that for each additional year of education, one should see a 10% increase in wages.”

Web Editor Geoff Pickle takes lessons on brevity from a recent Missouri State graduate competition.

Columnist Bennet Bodenstein reviews four Spanish selections.

Lindenwood University professor R.W. Hafer says minimum wage and tax incentive laws put the state at a disadvantage.

Columnist Mark Holmes: “Handling feedback with an employee isn’t one of the easiest responsibilities of a manager, but it is one of the most important.”

Features Editor Christine Temple opens a dialogue to combat generational tension in the workplace.

Dr. Shawn Usery congratulates the 2019 Health Care Champions honorees.

Columnist Ellen Rohr has a surprising suggestion for those who struggle with too much to do and too little time.

Columnist Eric Bohl says well-off urban areas are plugged in to the modern economy and culture, while rural residents are left behind.

Columnist Francine Pratt: "It's very important for employers to know their employees’ levels of education and what is needed to complete or obtain a credential."

Editor Eric Olson wonders if Costco is changing is strategy for smaller markets, like Springfield.

Statehouse columnist Phill Brooks says the largest difference is intense partisanship in the U.S. House.

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