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Sheetz Inc.Joe Sheetz steps in to lead Sheetz, where the line between family and employees...

Since he took over as president and CEO last year from his cousin, Joe Sheetz is doing his best to follow in the footsteps of the company’s three former CEOs who are all still part of the family ownership group.

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84 Lumber84 Lumber, Nemacolin founder Joe Hardy stays curious, engaged and always puts people...

Joseph “Joe” Hardy, founder of 84 Lumber and Nemacolin Woodlands Resort, isn’t a fan of slowing down at age 91, although his daughter holds the reins now.

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ExOneS. Kent Rockwell positions ExOne for growth by focusing on the greatest...

As S. Kent Rockwell has invested, he's learned what makes businesses grow — and fail. And in a few cases, Rockwell believed enough to become involved in the operations — like with ExOne.

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Aesynt Inc.In pursuit of growth, Kraig McEwen leads Aesynt back to its roots

In 2011, the McKesson Corp. hired CEO Kraig McEwen to jumpstart McKesson Automation’s growth. And just over a year into his tenure running the company, he and his team came up with a solution — sell the business.

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Insights

A new wave of options gives employees choices in coverage

Although voluntary benefits are not a new concept, they have increased in popularity as the landscape of health care continues to change and evolve with the implementation of the Affordable Care Act.

How employers can contain health care fraud, waste and abuse

Health care in the U.S. encompasses a large and complex system fueled by large sums of money. Unfortunately, it is also a system that is ripe for fraud. Add to that a general unfamiliarity and uncertainty about how many aspects of the system operate, especially since the Affordable Care Act (ACA), and you have an invitation to deceive.

How to educate employees on emergency department use

Using an emergency department (ED) for routine treatment is generally seen as a waste of health care resources and a contributor to rising health care costs. But any employer hoping to be able to educate his or her employees about judicious use of the ED has to understand this is no easy task.

How 3-D renderings benefit the design process

It’s hard to come by an industry that’s unaffected by the rapid proliferation of technology, and the interior design sector has not been spared in this technological surge. Hand-drawn renderings and perspectives have become almost obsolete with the introduction of digital rendering software.

How the ACA guidelines affect workplace wellness programs

Workplace wellness is not a new concept. Many employers offer wellness programs to keep employees active and productive. Every bit as important, however, is the long-term goal of reducing health care costs as a result of healthier lifestyles and behaviors. But not all wellness programs are the same.

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