Springfield Business Journal has locked in its 2013 class of 12 People You Need to Know.
2013 marks the sixth year for SBJ’s monthly breakfast series, and with the newest class, we bring our count of featured guests up to 72. Continue reading ‘SBJ announces 12 People You Need to Know in 2013′
Ever wonder what not-so-appetizing items have been reported about hotdogs during the years? I wasn’t sure I wanted to know and after hearing the report, I’m not sure I’ll ever eat hotdogs again. Continue reading ‘Here comes the sun: Freedom of Information Act forum serves as eye-opening event’
Editor’s Note: This piece was originally posted online at Ozarks News Journal, a student blog and podcast Web site under the direction of Missouri State University journalism professor Andrew Cline.
My experience as an editorial intern at Springfield Business Journal has improved my writing, and it has taught me how to better frame my thoughts. Continue reading ‘SBJ: An intern’s perspective’
When I logged on to the Missouri State University Web site Aug. 10, I found a completely reworked design in front of my eyes.
It came as a surprise to me and my coworkers, which is not entirely unsurprising considering the quiet nature of the new site rollout.
Continue reading ‘New MSU Web site a reminder of larger changes at work’
Dr. Emmett Brown said it best with this cult classic statement from one of my favorite equally cult classic ’85 films Back to the Future.
Continue reading ‘Roads? Where we’re going, we don’t need roads’
Published June 22, 2010
Tags: Advice, BKD, Careers, jobs, SBJ
Note: This originally ran in SBJ’s June 21 issue.
Five and a half years don’t seem long in the grand scheme of things.
We’ve only changed presidents once, only changed governors once, and the Cardinals only won the World Series once. (Sorry to my editor, Eric Olson, the diehard Cubs fan – I couldn’t resist.)
And in five and a half years, I’ve never changed employers. Until now.
Continue reading ‘A Farewell to the Business Journal’