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Economist: Sioux Falls should think broader in recruiting workers

Sioux Falls needs to look beyond surrounding communities to attract enough workers to support its growth, Creighton University economist Ernie Goss told a group of leaders Thursday.

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Millage: Protect your brand when making ad decisions

Advertisers have been in the hot seat lately, having to make tough decisions in an effort to protect their brands.

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The Return of the Middle Class

The story has been about a shrinking middle class – as the rich get richer and the poor get poorer. The facts suggest that could be changing.

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Paulson: Co-working landscape must keep evolving

The Bakery’s physical space is going away this month, but the desire for collaboration and community isn’t going anywhere.

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Global expert shares advice for family businesses

Hear from Charlotte Lamp, a third-generation family member and shareholder in Seattle-based Port Blakely Cos. who has done global research on family-business governance and will speak March 30 in Sioux Falls.

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Biotech, SDSU leader says ‘sky’s the limit’ for industry

Kevin Kephart is a leader in biotechnology, academia and research for South Dakota who says there are exciting days ahead for biotech in the state.

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Shlanta: Workforce demand requires helping one student at a time

Two-thirds of our community lacks a degree beyond high school, and we haven’t moved the needle in the past decade. We are below our peer cities in education attainment. That reality got me thinking about how SDN Communications might, in some small way, change that outlook one student at a time.

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