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Alaska Business Monthly Trade Magazine/Journal Nov 1, 2018
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American Journal of Business Trade Magazine/Journal Mar 22, 2012
49
Arkansas Business Trade Magazine/Journal Nov 19, 2018
49729
BBJToday Trade Magazine/Journal Dec 1, 2018
2243
Bellingham Business Journal Trade Magazine/Journal Aug 1, 2011
2513
Business Perspectives Trade Magazine/Journal Jan 1, 2012
493
Caribbean Update Trade Newsletter Apr 1, 2015
18867
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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    Central Penn Business Journal Trade Magazine/Journal Dec 6, 2018
    790
    ColoradoBiz Trade Magazine/Journal Nov 1, 2018
    4962
    Daily Journal of Commerce (Portland, OR) Trade Newspaper Dec 6, 2018
    1073
    Daily Record (Baltimore, MD) Trade Newspaper Dec 6, 2018
    3515
    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 Review (Kansas City) Trade Magazine/Journal Jan 1, 2018
    292
    Economic Trends General Newsletter Feb 24, 2016
    1672
    Finance and Commerce Trade Magazine/Journal Dec 6, 2018
    1129
    Hawaii Business Trade Magazine/Journal Jul 1, 2006
    3757
    Idaho Business Review Trade Magazine/Journal Dec 6, 2018
    747
    Indiana Business Magazine Trade Magazine/Journal Feb 1, 2009
    2975
    Journal Record (Oklahoma City, OK) Trade Newspaper Dec 6, 2018
    5079
    Lehigh Valley Business General Newspaper Dec 6, 2018
    653
    Long Island Business News Trade Magazine/Journal Dec 6, 2018
    2200
    Los Angeles Business Journal Trade Magazine/Journal Aug 23, 2010
    48
    Mississippi Business Journal Trade Magazine/Journal Nov 16, 2018
    4316
    Missouri Lawyers Media Trade Newspaper Dec 6, 2018
    697
    Montana Business Quarterly Trade Magazine/Journal Jun 22, 2018
    662
    New Hampshire Business Review Trade Magazine/Journal Nov 9, 2018
    17164
    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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    New Orleans CityBusiness Trade Magazine/Journal Dec 6, 2018
    1213
    NJ Biz Trade Newspaper Dec 6, 2018
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    Oregon Business Trade Magazine/Journal Apr 1, 2002
  • Blue plate special: Business people do lunch with Oregon business.
  • The State we're in.
  • Power List.
  • Caring for our health: Top tips for holding the line on costs.
  • Good Question: Your daughter or son wants to take over the family business. But you'd never hire this person off the street. What do you do?
  • Planning for the exit: Tough times challenge angel investors as they try to get a return on investment. (Business Tools Investing).
  • ?Habla espanol? Savvy marketers are taking aim at the growing Hispanic population. (Business Tools Marketing).
  • Quittin' time? Leaving a steady job may seem dumb in a downturn. But quitting could be crucial to your career. (Business Tools Career Planning).
  • Cleaner cows: Mehrton Homer of Painted Hills natural beef bets the ranch on health-conscious consumers. (In Character).
  • Top deals of the year.
  • How the deals went down: 2001 was a drab year for big deals.
  • The zen of deal making: With the days of easy money long gone, patience is the greatest asset of today's venture capitalist.
  • The Energizer CEO; Dick Reiten has been burning the midnight oil to pull off the deal of a lifetime: NW Natural's takeover of PGE.
  • High techies left high and dry: Oregon's first recession in two decades has hit high-earning high-tech professionals hard.
  • Building a better crop. (Around the State).
  • Whining and winning on taxes. (Out There).
  • Only in Oregon. (Out There).
  • Bricks and clicks. (Out There).
  • Water-cooler fodder. (Out There).
  • Will it Fly? Weighing the odds for an up-and-coming Oregon startup. (Around the State).
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    Partners in Community and Economic Development Trade Magazine/Journal Mar 10, 2011
    232
    Rochester Business Journal Trade Magazine/Journal Dec 6, 2018
    1161
    South Dakota Business Review Trade Newsletter Mar 1, 2009
    421
    Texas Business Review Trade Newsletter Apr 1, 2011
    201
    Utah Business Trade Magazine/Journal Oct 1, 2018
    6170
    Wenatchee Business Journal Trade Magazine/Journal Nov 1, 2018
    5421

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