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SHOW ME THE SALES

John Sebree hasn’t lived in the Show-Me State for long, but he likes what he sees. “I am really loving Columbia,” he says. “Everyone has been so incredibly nice and welcoming, too.” The 48-year-old native Kentuckian arrived in…

COACH’S CLIPBOARD

In the high-profile world of SEC football, “care” is typically not among the first words used when discussing the key ingredients of a winning program. The list is a long one: dedication, sacrifice, hard work, excellence, no…

Note Worthy

The news broke at 3 p.m. on July 9. Minutes later, right on schedule, the social media naysayers were tweeting out their doubts. Richard King was selling The Blue Note, and our fair city’s beloved music venue was surely doomed.…

Booming Business

It was a bold move for bold times. But even before business school pioneers Herbert Davenport and Thorstein Veblen could pat themselves on the back, their colleagues at the University of Missouri were denouncing President A. Ross Hill’s…

Personality Plus

Slip into a wheelchair and assume the mantle of invisibility. No longer at eye level to most, wheelchair users often complain they become unnoticed and ignored when in their chairs. From her vantage point as logistics director…

Ascending Aspirations

It’s the kind of success many entrepreneurs can only hope to attain. Sister restaurants Addison’s and Sophia’s have been going strong in Columbia throughout this century. As many of their counterparts closed their doors — Forge…