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All inA sudden change only made the Kurt J. Lesker Co. and Kurt Lesker IV stronger

During a leadership transition, Kurt Lesker IV had to find his footing at the Kurt J. Lesker Co., as he and the company grew together.

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Embrace the redRon Voigt encourages transparency, continuous improvement at Hyperion

The CEO who joined the Worthington-headquartered manufacturer in 2018 doesn't want perfect. He'd rather the employees be roughly right and quick to adjust.

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2020 Pillar Award for Community Service – Greater Cincinnati

The Pillar Awards recognize organizations that set the standard for outstanding service to their communities. Here are their stories.

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CrossCountry Mortgage LLCCrossCountry Mortgage is poised for greatness in the 2020s

Ronald J. Leonhardt Jr. brings a competitive spirit to his work at CrossCountry Mortgage, much of which stems from his time playing football at Baldwin Wallace University.

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Don’t stick your head in the sand. Transfer your risk.

Transferring risk through the use of indemnity or hold harmless clauses in a contract is common for large corporations with attorneys on staff, but owners of small and midsize businesses need to spend time on this, too, says Zito Insurance Agency Inc.'s Chris Zito.

4 reasons why your technology isn’t working — and what to do about it

Business executives understand technology is critical for daily operations like communication and processing orders, which is why IT spending keeps growing. But many of those same executives don’t realize a meaningful return on their technology investment, say Clark Schaefer Hackett's Glenn Plunkett and Mat Jackson.

Capitalize on the tight real estate market before conditions change

Given the strength of the Northeast Ohio real estate market right now, there are compelling opportunities for landlords, says Cushman & Wakefield | CRESCO Real Estate's Eliot Kijewski.

Dissecting what the SECURE Act means for retirement plans

The SECURE Act is meant to increase the ability for people to save for retirement. Ciuni & Panichi's Jeffrey Spencer shares how the new law impacts the stretch IRA, age limits and businesses.

Trucking regulators look to alleviate cost increases, while keeping safety first

The trucking industry is still adjusting to electronic logging devices. However, Babst Calland's Boyd A. Stephenson says, some relief may be on the horizon with relaxed hours of service requirements.