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Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2017 Northeast Ohio

An entrepreneur is someone who bounds into the unknown, creating the future. They are visionaries who launch and reimagine businesses, employ millions and endow their communities, leaving legacies of accomplishment and enrichment.

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Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2017 Northeast Ohio

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Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2017 Western Pennsylvania and West Virginia

Celebrate the dynamic entrepreneurs who are propelling us forward toward a brighter future, including these winners and finalists from Western Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

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DLZ Corp. focuses in the right direction under consistent leadership

Chairman and CEO Vikram “Raj” Rajadhyaksha’s attitude toward risk has changed since he cashed in his retirement to buy the company, but he’s ensured DLZ Corp. remains unwavering in its approach to the work, the employees and more.

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Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2017 Orange County

An entrepreneur is someone who bounds into the unknown, creating the future. When we first honored four forward-thinking entrepreneurs in […]

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Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2017 Orange County

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How self-funding can help correct health care purchasing mistakes

Business owners may feel helpless when it comes to health care because it can seem as if it’s beyond their control. However, self-funded health insurance can actually correct some of the biggest health care purchasing mistakes, says HealthLink's Susan French.

How to identify health conditions and costs within your workforce

Today’s health care environment is riddled with complex plan designs and rigorous government regulations. There is a new strategy and technology, however, that enables employers to identify risk, influence behavior and ultimately control costs. JRG Advisors' Aaron Ochs explains.

Sitting is the new smoking: How to fit activity into your workday

Research is clear that sitting for long periods of time each day over many years can increase a person’s risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes, depression, higher levels of stress, as well as neck and lower-back pain. Dr. William Shrank, chief medical officer at UPMC Health Plan, shares why many experts are saying, “sitting is the new smoking.”

How to efficiently manage your technology assets

Technology has created an imperative for companies to carefully track their endpoint devices to ensure they are updated with the most recent software. Huntington Bank's Jim Altman discusses ways companies can manage their technology assets throughout their lifespan.

How to survive sales and use tax audits

Any growing company can expect to hit the department of revenue’s radar at some point. Since it may be inevitable, it’s important to be prepared for sales and use tax audits. Cheryl A. Fields, sales and use tax manager at Clarus Partners, gives tips for surviving a sales and use tax audit.