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Ganley Auto GroupKenneth Ganley loves selling cars and shares his passion with the team at Ganley...

Kenneth Ganley has taken Ganley Auto Group, a company started by his father, and turned into one of the top dealerships in the U.S.

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Kenneth Ganley loves selling cars and shares his...

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Biery CheeseBen Biery leads Biery Cheese to many firsts in pursuit of growth

Leading a company spread across two states, completing a merger and launching the 90-year-old company's first branded products are just some of the challenges facing Ben Biery, CEO of Biery Cheese.

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2017 Family Business Achievement Awards

Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) is pleased to return as the Presenting Sponsor for the 2017 Smart Business Family Business Conference. Check out what these great family businesses across Northeast Ohio have been able to achieve.

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2017 Family Business Achievement Awards

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Class of 2017Central Ohio’s Smart 50 Awards celebrate area’s top executives

This year’s Smart 50 class is a diverse group of executives leading a wide range of organizations, but they all share one common trait: passion. Meet the 2017 Smart 50 honorees.

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Follow these tips for your next open enrollment

As the health insurance industry has changed, open enrollment has, too. HealthLink's Carla M. Flamm gives five tips to help employers with open enrollment.

Banks can be a valuable partner as you look ahead to 2018

The fourth quarter is an important time to tie up loose ends and wrap up your financials while beginning to think about what the upcoming year might bring for you and your business. Regular reviews of your finances are vital to ensuring continued success and to avoid unpleasant surprises in the first quarter and come tax time, says Lisa Carey, senior vice president and district manager at Northwest Bank.

How to protect sensitive information in the workplace

Semanoff, Ormsby, Greenberg & Torchia's Matthew Kelly highlights some of the ways businesses can protect sensitive information and how to best respond if that information is ever compromised.

Enhance your risk management program with data-driven strategies

Individual departments often only see and measure part of a company’s total risk management costs. Arthur J. Gallagher’s Kathy Betts provides data-driven strategies for a holistic view.

How to control the cost of health care through price transparency

We practice consumerism when it comes to shopping at the grocery store, buying clothes and other products and services. JRG Advisors' Ron Smuch explains how employers can help add health plans to that list.