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Moneta Group’s client-first culture attracts new business

Companies often have to evolve before reaching their full potential. For Moneta Group, evolution has been constant during its nearly 140-year existence. Founded in 1869 as an insurance business, today’s Moneta Group is a client-centered financial services company managing more than $14 billion. Over the last three years, company revenues have increased by nearly 50 percent. Principal, Chairman, and Managing

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Bluebird Network expands broadband in Missouri and Illinois

Although Columbia-based Bluebird Network may not be a household name, the company has quietly become part of many Missourians’ everyday lives. Over the last sixteen years, Bluebird has laid more than 6,000 miles of fiber-optic cable across Missouri and Illinois. Today, many residents and businesses—especially those in rural areas—rely on this high-speed network for everything from transmitting local hospital scans

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Phoenix Home Care is committed to personal health service

The legend of the phoenix is a story of ever-changing growth and rebirth. Like its namesake, Phoenix Home Care has risen from humble beginnings to become one of the fastest growing Missouri companies in the last five years. Phoenix Home Care, a full-service home health care provider based in Springfield, provides services to seniors, disabled children, and adults that includes

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Martin Mechanical, Inc works to keep everything “just right”

Martin Mechanical is a Kansas City-area company that has been providing heating, air conditioning, and HVAC services since 1930. The company was founded during the Depression years, a time when more businesses were closing than opening. The heating and cooling industry has seen significant changes through the years and Martin Mechanical has evolved with these changes. At a time when

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Super Cerner—Tech giant’s growth is reshaping Kansas City

Any attempt to describe the recent success at Cerner requires a thesaurus full of superlatives. The company started the year by completing its major $1.3 billion acquisition of Siemens Health Services. In one day, the Kansas City company’s workforce grew by nearly 40 percent. By mid-summer, Cerner’s massive new campus development began rising from the ground on what was once

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