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Dr. Eric Schertel helps develop the MedVet experience at new locations

As MedVet Medical & Cancer Centers builds a network of emergency and specialty veterinary hospitals, the biggest challenge is ensuring the company’s unique culture develops in each new practice.

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EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® 2015 Northeast Ohio

EY founded the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year® Program to recognize these dynamic leaders and to build an influential community of innovative entrepreneurs. This article recognizes the 2015 Northern Ohio honorees.

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Blackhawk Network Holdings Inc.Talbott Roche has the team and the strategy to help Blackhawk Network dominate

How Blackhawk Network changed the way consumers buy gift cards

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A new playbookOberg Industries switches gears with a workforce dedicated to new markets

Oberg Industries has jumped into new markets, but Dave Bonvenuto says the biggest differentiator was a talented workforce dedicated to the change — thanks to its apprenticeship program.

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How outsourcing accounting services can facilitate growth

Some leading accounting firms have assembled business service teams that provide bookkeeping, financial reporting and tax planning services. Here's how it could benefit your business.

Investment strategies for navigating today’s highly valued market

Investors often struggle with how to respond to a highly valued market. Regardless of one’s personal portfolio strategy and allocation, investors may need to take less risk today than they were 12 and 24 months ago.

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Setting up internal controls is challenging for small and midsized companies. Generally, you don’t have that many employees, and the internal control aspect often takes a backseat. Find out about some key controls that even organizations with limited resources can implement.

How the foreign currency environment breaks the rule

The fifth annual Chase Business Leaders Outlook survey shows growing optimism about the national economy, but that confidence drops when looking outside of U.S. borders — at least in the near term.

How to educate your employees about their cholesterol levels

While most employers would certainly consider the safety of their employees a priority, it may not occur to as many of them to be concerned about their employees’ cholesterol level.