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    A History We Can Still Bank On

    If you were to ponder the history of banking in the Kansas City area, and think of one historical figure who cast a shadow that’s still visible 50 . . . 100 . . . even 150 years after the city’s founding, you might be tempted to say it was William T. Kemper. And that would be a very good…

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    Around the Region

    November13 | THURSDAY“Attitude of Gratitude”HappyBottoms, which bills itself as Kansas City’s Diaper Bank, will hold its third annual Attitude of Gratitude: A Thanks Giving Event, at the Roasterie’s Bean Hangar event space from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. It starts with a happy hour, and includes both silent and live auctions. Tickets are $40. happybottoms.org/#/drives-events “JA Hall of Fame”Junior Achievement of…

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    A Celebration of Business Success

    Each autumn, the Crossroads district of Downtown comes alive with the sights and sounds of successful businesses, and this year was no different. Hundreds of guests gathered on a blustery afternoon and evening Nov. 7 at Ingram’s offices to celebrate the 2014 winners of two recognition programs. It was a tribute to the  Corporate Report 100 (recognizing the area’s fastest-growing…

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    Masters of the Digital Universe

    Maybe you run a pizzeria or a shoe store, or you’re an executive with a grocery chain or a hardware store. Maybe you’re the office manager for a law firm, pharmacy or an accounting firm. Your goal in business is to move pizzas, or sell shoes, cabbage or tools, help a client with a legal matter, fill a prescription or…

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    Banks Weather Economy, Regulations to Stay Strong

    “It’s got to be small startups and small businesses that are starting,” said Kevin Barth, president and COO of Commerce Bank in Kansas City. “You’ve got to always be helping the next business get started here.” Barth was discussing the long-term strategy for maintaining a healthy banking climate—and vibrant economy—in Kansas City. That strategy is essential in an era when…

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    In the Lap of Luxury

    Tim Hickok surveyed the rubble of a residential building sector after the real-estate crash of 2007, and the smoke rising from those ashes smelled like . . . opportunity. For the past three years, Hickok has been hip-deep in apartment construction, which turned upward in 2011 after single-family home sales—and permitting for them—hit the skids. And he’s been busy. “I…

Kansas City Jewish Day School, community express sympathy for "family" killed in Jerusalem attack

OVERLAND PARK – Kansas City’s Jewish community has once again been touched by tragedy – this time in the heart of Israel. Rabbis Kalman Levine…

Dairy Farmers of America, Chinese Partner to Build $100M Kansas Plant

Dairy Farmers of America has issued a statement confirming that it will partner with one of China's largest dairy companies to build a milk-powder plant…

Successful Investing, Like Baseball, Entails Losses

Hopefully you were busy watching the Royals play in the post-season and not focusing on the stock market. But if you were switching the channel…

IT Security on a Small Business Budget: 5 Basics

Target, Home Depot, Apple—most recently, they share the dubious distinction of being the victims of security breaches. Whether it’s Target and Home Depot getting hacked…

A Never-ending Vigil

If you’re a business owner or executive who’s sleeping like a baby at night, Rob Arnold offers this elbow to the ribs that might keep…

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As I See It

Inside the Kansas Election Numbers

A few observations from Tuesday's congressional and gubernatorial races in Kansas, which drew so much national media and pundit attention, based on the potential…

Lockton Issues Employer Alert Over EEOC Action on Wellness Programs

Here's a corporate twist on the No Good Deed Goes Unpunished axiom: Lockton Companies has just issued an advisory regarding lawsuits filed by the…

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