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LoSchiavo Restaurant GroupA return to a family atmosphere has helped LoSchiavo Restaurant Group reinvigorate...

After a rough patch, LoSchiavo Restaurant Group is not only stable but growing, and new concepts are injecting a renewed energy as the owners look to the future.

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PyrotecnicoStephen Vitale has learned to build the foundation for Pyrotecnico’s future growth

Pyrotecnico's newfound special effects business found early external success. But internally, it wasn’t all a celebration.

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Union Home MortgageBigger is better for Bill Cosgrove’s Union Home Mortgage

Unwilling to be subsumed within the competitive mortgage lending landscape, Bill Cosgrove has grown Union Home Mortgage to compete with industry giants.

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Ritchey Metals Co.Stephen Ritchey transforms Ritchey Metals Co. by giving employees room to make...

Stephen Ritchey needed to not only fill the shoes of someone who successfully ran Ritchey Metals Co. for 30 years, he also had to reshape how it ran.

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How employers can support employees’ mental health when reopening

Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield's Demetrios Marousis offers suggestions on how employers can support employees’ mental health as companies begin reopening offices.

Customer trends require technology to leverage

Huntington Bank's Jim Altman explores some burgeoning digital trends, as well as strategies to take advantage of them.

Force majeure: Why these contract provisions are drawing new scrutiny

Babst Calland's Kate Cooper offers her insight on force majeure provisions and how approaches to them are changing.

Meeting the challenges of a worker shortage in a tough market

Rea & Associates' Renee West offers best practices and resources for employers to attract and retain key talent in a difficult market.

Four reasons to bring production printing in-house

Consider bringing your marketing and sales printing in-house to provide control, reduce waste, allow on-demand printing and enable more targeted or customized marketing campaigns, says Lauren Hanna of Blue Technologies.

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