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    Corporate Report 100 • All-Time Winners Honor Roll

    As Corporate Report 100 turns 30, only a few companies that have made it to those heights have been able to master the challenges of rapid growth for the long term. Getting onto the Corporate Report 100 in any one year is a true business achievement. Making it on the list of fast-growing elites more than once is more impressive.…

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    BOOMERS: Closing Acts

    As Baby Boomers move into old age—and no, 70 is not the new 40—their economic impact continues to reshape American business, commerce and lifestyles. Invariably, the statistic accompanying reviews of how the Baby Boom-generation affected America’s economy, politics and culture notes that, every day, 10,000 Boomers cross the threshold of retiring. Left unspoken is that, at the same time, 10,000…

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    The Master of Master’s

    The MBA is now the undisputed king of master’s programs nationwide, for some good reasons. But it’s also an educational specialty undergoing profound changes. This, according to the Census bureau, is what the value of education looks like. Over the course of one working lifetime: • A high school graduate can expect to earn $1.2 million. • A bachelor’s degree,…

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    Veterans: The Next Battle

    Military cuts are the stuff of challenge­—and opportunity. Earlier this month, the U.S. Army dropped the unemployment bomb, announcing that by the end of 2017, it would accelerate plans to reduce the ranks of soldiers and officers by 40,000 and bring the active-duty head count to 450,000. That’s the lowest level since before World War II, and a 21 percent…

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    Ingram’s 100 Top Private Companies

    We don’t like to think of it as the rich getting richer: Rather, the successful are strutting their stuff. Five years into formal efforts to compile the KC region’s Top 100 Private Companies, we’ve learned quite a bit about our business infrastructure, an architecturally inverse world where the pillars, paradoxically, are at the top. We’re starting to gather enough history…

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    Better Than the Rest

    Eight years into the process of identifying the Best Companies to Work For, we’ve found the common threads to employment nirvana: Leadership with vision. Employees energized, motivated and liberated to act on that vision. Clear goals—specific, measurable and realistic. All of that has been true with each of more than 100 companies recognized since the first installment in this feature…

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    50 Kansans You Should Know

    Bankers and Businessmen, Farmers and Financiers. You’ll find them all in Ingram’s 50 Kansans You Should Know To find these 50 Kansans, we cast an 82,227-square-mile blanket across the Sunflower State. Time for a little global geography test. Here are a few countries from around the world: Syria. Cambodia. Greece. North Korea. Ireland. Cuba. Switzerland. Now for the test: What…

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    BOOM!

    Two more major projects coming on board to help fill the construction pipeline. The construction sector simply doesn’t get many months like this: Within a 10-day span in early May, more than $1.1 billion in new construction was announced—involving just two projects. The first came with the unveiling of a $300 million convention hotel in Downtown Kansas City, an 800-room…

Corporate Report 100 • Introduction

Is Faster Growth Ahead? The good news? After five years of decline, new business development in the U.S. is rising, according to the Kauffman Foundation’s…

Corporate Report 100 • All-Time Winners Honor Roll

As Corporate Report 100 turns 30, only a few companies that have made it to those heights have been able to master the challenges of…

Corporate Report 100 • 2015 Winners List

1. Foodlinks, Inc. 2nd YearGrowth: 949.83%        Average Annual Growth Rate: 316.61%Gross Revenue:        2014: $21,238,011        2011: $2,022,994Full-time employees: 7…

Veterans: The Next Battle

Military cuts are the stuff of challenge­—and opportunity. Earlier this month, the U.S. Army dropped the unemployment bomb, announcing that by the end of 2017,…

BOOMERS: Closing Acts

As Baby Boomers move into old age—and no, 70 is not the new 40—their economic impact continues to reshape American business, commerce and lifestyles. Invariably,…

The Master of Master's

The MBA is now the undisputed king of master’s programs nationwide, for some good reasons. But it’s also an educational specialty undergoing profound changes. This,…

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