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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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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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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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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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Insights

How bankers can help manage unseen corporate financial risks

Prudent business leaders seek to minimize the impact of risk from all sorts of macroeconomic events. Here's how your banker can help.

How ESOPs align shareholder and employee interest

As baby boomer business owners age, there is a pressing need to select their business exit strategy. One option is an employee stock ownership plan (ESOP), where the business owner sells the company — up to 100 percent of the stock — to the employees.

How to make sure your employees’ health information stays private

Insurance carriers assume much of the responsibility for personal health information, but many organizations are just as responsible. The financial penalties for revealing personal health information might be surprising, so it’s important to know where you stand.

The legal risks that come with using social media as a hiring tool

When you turn to Facebook and Twitter to learn more about an individual you are considering for a job, you open yourself up to substantial legal risk.

How to fix a broken company culture

Culture cannot be mandated, dictated, controlled or replicated. It can be created, shaped and sustained, but there has to be a means to do that, such as a collaborative leadership mindset, an effective framework of change and leadership willing to engage employees