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Fashion setterThirty-One Gifts and Cindy Monroe ride a wave of rapid growth to come out on top

It was like drinking out of a fire hose. That’s how Cindy Monroe describes a decade of high-octane growth at Thirty-One Gifts. She shares some lessons learned, while looking forward to getting back to basics.

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VIDEO, PHOTOS: Medical Mutual 2015 Pillar Awards for Community Service

On Jan. 29, more than 300 guests attended the Medical Mutual Pillar Award for Community Service event at The Ohio Statehouse. Check out our video and photo gallery recap.

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Jim Merkel pushes Rockbridge upward from a strong foundation

Rockbridge's success stems from balancing an ability to look forward while keeping the skills sharp that allowed the firm to grow. CEO Jim Merkel shares insights into the firm’s method of looking at a lot, doing a little.

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Steady at the helmDr. Steven Gabbe provided calm leadership at Wexner Medical Center

Dr. Steven Gabbe provided calm leadership at Wexner, while ushering in major cultural shifts. He reflects back on his time as CEO and on how they managed so much change so successfully.

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Integrating pharmacy with medical benefits can help your bottom line

Managing the rising cost of prescription drugs is no easy task for any organization, and the trend is leaving many organizations looking for options.

How there are still ways for creditors to recoup funds in bankruptcy court

Bankruptcy can be a lifeline to those individuals trying to get out from under a mountain of debt, but it becomes a point of frustration for the companies forced to move on without collecting the money they were owed. Here's exceptions in the bankruptcy code and how companies can still find ways to collect funds they are owed.

How to compete for talent in today’s knowledge economy

In today’s knowledge economy, the value of employees has increased exponentially. Talent has become a key differentiator in a market in which products or services can be easily replicated. Midsize companies, however, often lack the resources to effectively manage the talent acquisition and retention process.

How Ohio’s new residency provision affects financial planning decisions

As of March, Ohio became more favorable to those who spend most of the year here but winter elsewhere. People, such as retirees, who have ties to Ohio but wish to be residents of Florida, can now extend their stay in Ohio without concern for the tax implications.

How cash flow forecasting brings greater business success

When pressed to single out the most important touchstones for any business, many entrepreneurs cite customer experience, profitability and competitive pricing. Cash flow, however, should be at the top of that list.