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Alaska Business Monthly Trade Magazine/Journal Aug 1, 2014
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Arkansas Business Trade Magazine/Journal Aug 11, 2014
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BBJToday Trade Magazine/Journal Aug 1, 2014
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Bellingham Business Journal Trade Magazine/Journal Aug 1, 2011
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Business Perspectives Trade Magazine/Journal Jan 1, 2012
493
Caribbean Update Trade Newsletter Aug 1, 2014
18000
Catalyst (Dublin, Ohio) Trade Magazine/Journal Jul 1, 2009
  • Self-assessment exam.
  • The Ohio society of CPAs: 2009-2010 conference calendar.
  • Customizable breadth of topics drives CPAs to Ohio Accounting Shows.
  • Don't miss the Financial Institutions Conference Aug. 18 in Columbus: the current environment is by far the most challenging financial institutions...
  • Society's CPE season keeps ahead of turbulent times.
  • Accountancy Board of Ohio disciplinary actions.
  • Commitment to excellence and involvement earn Gerald R Weinstein, CPA, Ph.D. Outstanding Ohio Accounting Educator Award.
  • Passion and community involvement drive OSCPA 2009 Public Service Award winner: David A. Brockman, CPA: for Dave Brockman, CPA giving back to his...
  • More than 1.5 million reasons to salute the 2009 Outstanding Member Volunteer: Jerry L. Esselstein, CPA: Jerry L. Esselstein, CPA, owner of Jerry...
  • Hazelbaker awarded OSCPA's highest honor: 2009 Gold Medal for Meritorious Service to the Accounting Profession.
  • Corrections and clarifications.
  • Ohio CPA/PAC Silent Auction raises money and builds excitement.
  • Surviving today's economy main topic of 2009 Members Summit.
  • J. Matthew Yuskewich, CPA, PFS installed as 2009-2010 chair of OSCPA Executive Board: J. Matthew Yuskewich, CPA, PFS, was installed as the 100th...
  • Operation CPA hits close to home for volunteers: as any tax preparer will tell you, every minute between mid-January and April 15 is precious....
  • Scholarship Day showcases students' knowledge of accounting issues.
  • CPAs and Cessnas: Roy Mitchell, CPA discusses his professional and personal passions: Roy has spent more than 30 years as a tax professional. He...
  • Congressional delegation meets with OSCPA members during Society Fly-in: thirteen OSCPA members and keypersons addressed important accounting and...
  • State budget deliberations a struggle; first interim budget in 18 years signed.
  • OSCPA defends the interests of Ohio CPAs: Governmental Affairs. Advocacy. Lobbying. No matter what you call it, from a membership association...
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    ColoradoBiz Trade Magazine/Journal Jul 1, 2014
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    Detroiter General Magazine/Journal Jan 1, 2011
  • Up and coming: mark your calendar with these regional business events.
  • Pepper Hamilton LLP.
  • Lambert, Edwards & Associates.
  • On the roster: join us in welcoming these new members to the chamber. We encourage you to contact them for future business opportunities.
  • New faces in lansing: the Detroit Regional chamber reached out to these new legislators and asked them.
  • Hitting the ground running: new year, new leadership stadewide. The scoop on Snyder's appointments.
  • The 2011 North American International Auto Show: a world-class auto show in the Motor City.
  • Charging ahead: battery manufacturing brings new opportunity to the region.
  • Big, bold moves: Detroit Three CEOs poise the companies for success.
  • Auto bailouts, two years later: new study finds U.S. aid to the auto industry averted loss of more than one million jobs.
  • What's coming down the pipeline? Industry experts on what will be the norm in 10 years.
  • A UAW for the 21st century: the 21st century UAW wants to play a constructive, positive role in the industry.
  • Industry focus: the changing role of suppliers.
  • Driving economic growth: building a robust public-private partnership to drive economic growth in Michigan's auto industry. An interview with chamber...
  • Designing Detroit: profiles of big three: these leaders in automotive design add zing to the cars we drive.
  • Detroit on wheels: check out some of Detroit's well-known celebrities, media figures and business people-and the cars they remember best.
  • Take 10 with Erin Cummings: Detroit 1-8-7 actress talks the Motor City, music and filming in the D.
  • The case for Michigan.
  • Welcome to our region.
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    Economic Review (Atlanta, Ga.) Trade Magazine/Journal Jul 1, 2010
    189
    Economic Trends General Newsletter Jun 1, 2014
    1599
    Indiana Business Magazine Trade Magazine/Journal Feb 1, 2009
    2975
    Los Angeles Business Journal Trade Magazine/Journal Aug 23, 2010
    48
    Montana Business Quarterly Trade Magazine/Journal Mar 22, 2014
    579
    New Hampshire Business Review Trade Magazine/Journal Jul 25, 2014
    12515
    New Life Journal General Magazine/Journal Sep 1, 2009
  • Corinna Wood: gathers together herbs and people ready to learn about them.
  • Local Wi-Fi on the rise.
  • Farmers receive help to promote their crops.
  • Paper mache in a new way! Juniper Cooper shares how you can turn paper scraps into a candle holder that's a work of art.
  • A partnership for sustainable development: Mike Figura outlines the recent agreement between three powerful government agencies that have joined...
  • DIY home improvement: you don't have to be scared to tackle some projects on your own, says contractor Terry White.
  • Sustaining sites and search engines: Mary Anne Bennick clicks her way to websites that have everyone's well-being in mind.
  • Savor your true nature: Ruth Gonzalez takes you to the True Nature Country Fair.
  • Mushrooms: doctors of the woods: Zev Friedman shares a fungus that can help keep you and your environment healthy.
  • Fitness on top of dysfunction: Brian L. Schwager reveals the fallacies of exercise performance and what you can do to avoid injury.
  • Preventing Alzheimer's: Dr. Elizabeth Pavka explains what nutrition's got to do with it.
  • Homemade herbal medicines: according to Corinna Wood, whipping up tinctures and infusions is easy as pie.
  • Protect your pet naturally: the secret to having a healthy dog or cat starts with their skin.
  • A little maintenance goes a long way: naturopath Glenn Ingram Jr. gets you thinking prevention to avoid chronic disease clown the road.
  • The power of perception: Mimi Hernandez shares how shooing away stress can mean a healthier you.
  • People are talkin', talkin' bout prevention.
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    Partners in Community and Economic Development Trade Magazine/Journal Mar 10, 2011
    232
    South Dakota Business Review Trade Newsletter Mar 1, 2009
    421
    Texas Business Review Trade Newsletter Apr 1, 2011
    201
    Utah Business Trade Magazine/Journal Jul 1, 2014
    4169
    Wenatchee Business Journal Trade Magazine/Journal Aug 1, 2014
    3211

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