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A FLEXIBLE APPROACH CAN REACH FAR

A FLEXIBLE APPROACH CAN REACH FAR

By BRIAN PEDERSEN

Flexibility. Community knowledge. Access.

Business and birdies still a good blend

Owners, executives and sales people use the sport of golf to bridge the gap between business and pleasure, often employing the outing to pave the way...

Moravian’s $23M health center captures heritage, hints at future

Three years ago, Sally Breidegam Miksiewicz and her father, DeLight Breidegam Jr., were planning to surprise the matriarch of the family, Helen, by...

premium content New role in PR: Wooing the citizen journalist influencers

Journalism isn’t dead in 2017, but the industry sure has changed. Anyone with a camera phone and a social media platform can participate in...

Teeing it up for charity remains a popular fundraiser

premium content Teeing it up for charity remains a popular fundraiser

By JENNIFER SHARPE

After Edmond, Okla., native Zach Tays’ life was cut short in a tragic car accident in 2008, family and friends wanted to do something to honor...

premium content Meet Alexa, the future of HR: What to do and why we do it

The time is getting very close when a hiring manager will be able to ask artificial intelligence such as Alexa: “Whom should I hire?”

premium content Formula for future needs a big dose of discovery, creativity

“The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing.” – Socrates

premium content Rounds played on the rise as game reaches more people

In recent years, much attention has been given to the amount of golf being played, with concerns raised about the sport declining.

New spin on golf attracts fans of all kinds, grows game

New spin on golf attracts fans of all kinds, grows game

By JENNIFER SHARPE

One day in the 1990s, twins Steve and Dave Jolliffe headed to a driving range in a suburb of London to work on their swings.

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