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EMH&T Inc.Sandy Doyle-Ahern and a healthier EMH&T rise up to meet new challenges on the...

The recession took both a professional and personal toll on Sandy Doyle-Ahern. But now as president of EMH&T Inc., she's leading a stronger, healthier organization.

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Schottenstein Real Estate GroupGary Schottenstein takes care of his customers, team members at Schottenstein Real...

Gary Schottenstein learned from his father to treat your customer right and fairly. And after more than 35 years in the real estate business, he still holds true to that.

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Insights

Control and monitor your spending with company credit cards

Credit cards have a reputation for helping businesses establish and build credit, but they’ve recently evolved into a much more powerful tool because of the benefits that can be derived from their role in money management.

Why the status quo bars companies from exploring new ways to operate

Status quo thinking manifests itself in many forms. One is a “this is the way we have always done it” mentality, an attitude that sometimes morphs into a company’s culture — and that in turn could stifle a company’s growth potential.

What retired pro athletes can teach seasoned leaders about business

The transition from being a professional athlete to an entrepreneur is fraught with risk. Your physical gifts may carry you a long way on the field or the court, but in the business world there are many other factors that play into your ability to succeed.

Updating your books all year long can make closing time a breeze

If there’s ever a time your company’s well-kept balance sheet is worth its weight in gold, it’s at year-end. That, of course, is when it’s crunch time to close the books, but the process can go much smoother if you follow some timely procedures throughout the year.

How to manage your IT as an investment portfolio

Information technology (IT) often accounts for more than 10 percent of an organization’s spending; however, many companies are managing this as an expense rather than an investment.