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MetaBank bucks industry trend with majority female leadership

More than half – 56 percent – of the senior vice president leadership at MetaBank in Sioux Falls is female. That’s unusual for any industry, but even more so in banking.

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Chamber’s Mark Lee to become bank market president

Mark Lee has been named market president of Reliabank for the Sioux Falls area.

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How to build a smarter annual marketing budget

Are you overspending on marketing? Are you underspending with key audiences? Do you even know? You can’t answer these questions without a well-designed marketing budget.

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Dykhouse offers thoughts on business climate, advice for entrepreneurs

South Dakota’s economy is built on entrepreneurship and well-positioned to capitalize on new technologies in business, said Dana Dkyhouse, CEO of First Premier Bank.

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Optimize space and never search for a conference room again with this cutting-edge upgrade

New ways of measuring exactly how work spaces are used can help everyone from a CEO analyzing office needs to a worker looking for a conference room.

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Meta moves forward on plans for campus, hiring

Meta Financial Group plans to hire up to 80 people this fiscal year, which started Oct. 1.

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Free, timely update for businesses on cyberthreat landscape

About 278,000 South Dakotans were affected by the Equifax hack, and that’s far from the only threat. Learn more about the cyber landscape at this free event.

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Sioux Falls CEO survey: Business conditions hit lowest level in four months

Sioux Falls CEOs are noticeably less positive about conditions at their businesses and in the city than they were four months ago.

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Companies remain exposed, unprotected from cyberthreats

Despite this heightened awareness of cyberthreats, many companies remain exposed, unprotected and uncertain about what steps to take. Here’s what you need to know.

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State, private sector prepare for cyberattacks ‘like a flood or blizzard’

Increased partnerships between the state and private utilities are helping prepare for cyberthreats like they were natural disasters.

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