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Cardinal HealthGeorge Barrett and Cardinal Health stay ahead of health care’s pace of change

CEO George Barrett and the Cardinal Health employees are positioning the $91 billion company to remain a solution provider to the health system.

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2014 Business Hall of FameJunior Achievement teaches tomorrow’s entrepreneurs, honors the leaders of today

This year’s inductees for Junior Achievement's Central Ohio Business Hall of Fame are Doug Kridler of The Columbus Foundation, and Yvette McGee Brown of Jones Day.

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Central Ohio’s Smart 50 make success happen by being on target

Smart Business presents the Oswald Cos. Smart 50 Awards to celebrate and recognize central Ohio’s top executives for their ability to effectively build and lead innovative and “smart” organizations.

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Jordan Hansell makes connections, sets a common vision at NetJets

Jordan Hansell knew nothing about aviation when starting at NetJets Inc. in 2009. Evidently, he’s a quick learner. As the Berkshire Hathaway company celebrates 50 years this month, the business is growing faster than ever.

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SHOP, drop, roll or self-insure: It’s not too late to examine all health insurance options and switch

The 2015 tax season will soon be in the rearview mirror. But that doesn’t mean businesses should stop evaluating health insurance options. Since the dawn of the ACA, businesses have been trying to figure out the best route for health care coverage. Here's a handful of options — all with unique pros and cons.

Revisions to receivership statute in Ohio brings clarity to the process

Changes to Ohio’s receivership statute will expand the circumstances under which a receiver may be appointed, as well as authorize “free and clear” sales, which is perhaps the most anticipated aspect of the revision.

Peril awaits companies that forego change management

Companies spend millions of dollars on new ERP systems designed to improve productivity and increase efficiency. They allocate just pennies, however, for organizational change management — the difference between success and failure when installing new systems.

Can the 1% afford to retire? Few assumptions are safe with retirement planning

Most people, regardless of income, have a hard time maintaining their standard of living when they retire. Determining what it will take to replace that income is the toughest question to answer, especially if the answer is based on commonly held, but false, assumptions.

How financial reporting can help foster board member involvement

From time to time, nonprofit organizations may experience a lack of engagement of board members during regular meetings. There could be many reasons why, but sometimes it’s up to an organization’s staff to find ways to involve board members more in the decision-making process.