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NEP Group expands across the globe, building a worldwide network

Over three years, NEP Group Inc. has more than doubled in size, with greater than 50 percent of its business now outside the U.S. It hasn’t always been easy, but NEP stuck to an aggressive growth path to become a global business.

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Targeted TransformationDDI keeps the best of what it is, while focusing on the future

With a DDI leadership shift, there has come a recognition that the company needs to invest in the right areas for the future, while keeping its core values.

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Mindset switchTeleTracking, Michael Gallup employ a long view to shape building blocks of change

The long view affects everything TeleTracking and its more than 350 employees do, including building new products as it migrates from a point solution provider to a provider focused on driving customer outcomes.

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Always about the peopleJohn Stanik uses experience to help changes go down at Ampco-Pittsburgh

New chapter, similar story: that’s how you might describe CEO John Stanik’s first year leading Ampco-Pittsburgh Corp. Here’s how Stanik has helped better position Ampco for today and tomorrow.

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Insights

Know the signs of business email compromise, or risk losing money that can never be recovered

Business email compromise fraud has been increasingly successful, so it has become more pervasive. Jim Altman, middle market Pennsylvania Regional Executive of Huntington Bank, shares how to identify BEC and what CEOs can do to stop it from happening in their companies.

How to keep your business safe from the threat of ransomware

If recent events are any indication, there’s a hefty ransom coming for many corporations — specifically, for IT professionals and their networks. And not paying could result in the loss of valuable files and data. The reason? A rising form of malware called ransomware, says All Covered Pittsburgh's Stephan J. Cico.

How a new point of view can help you be an employer of choice

Have you ever squeezed a balloon and watched the air bulge out the other side? This metaphor explains how many companies manage employee benefit risks, says Gus Georgiadis of Arthur J. Gallagher. But a new approach can help your organization be a more attractive place to work.

How alternate funding and tools can help control small group health plans

Today’s health care environment is riddled with complex plan designs and rigorous government regulations, leaving many employers to feel as though their hands are tied. JRG Advisors' Amy Broadbent talks about an emerging concept that enables small employees to identify current and future risk, influence behavior and control cost.

How to find the right-sized law firm for your business needs

Eric C. Springer, of Sherrard, German & Kelly, P.C., discusses the unique legal needs of midsize businesses and what businesses should consider as they choose a law firm.