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Performance HealthMarshall Dahneke turns problems into profits at Performance Health

He's converted the gray market for the company's products into a successful retail business.

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Dave DeWalt and FireEye create a new model to battle cybercrime

​Dave DeWalt would rather fight than switch. The ballyhooed security industry leader could have gone out on top after resuscitating […]

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Third Federal Savings & LoanMarc Stefanski’s message of culture and values at Third Federal never grows old

Marc Stefanski's biggest challenge at Third Federal Savings & Loan? It’s making sure employees absorb the corporate culture and values.

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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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Insights

When employers help shape HR policy, it can make a big difference

The Ohio General Assembly recently sent 33 bills to Gov. John Kasich, some of which are expected to positively impact issues affecting the HR profession in areas of workforce development and unemployment insurance.

Governments miss out on timesaving solutions by not opening up to banks

Federal, state and local governments have unique needs. Banks, in response, have dedicated a portion of their business to address them.

How to keep your retirement package competitive with benchmarking

Benchmarking a retirement package should include a number of different metrics — not just fees — and that’s where many employers fall short.

How to make working capital a priority for your business

The financial landscape has changed enormously since the latest economic recession. As easy access to large amounts of affordable credit vanished, businesses quickly realized that they needed to focus their attention on building and maintaining an optimal level of working capital if they were to survive and thrive in the evolving world.

How new state and federal laws will impact cancer drug costs

The cost of drugs used to treat cancer has doubled in the past decade — from an average of $5,000 to more than $10,000 per month, according to reports. Organizations will soon see two key pieces of legislation intended to help control how much patients pay for cancer treatment and prevention.