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Commentary: The value of being heard: Listening can be key to diversity

Celebrate Diversity Month is an opportunity to reflect on gains — and what still needs to be done.

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by: Daily Record Staff
Law

Avoiding ‘business killers:’ Plan for who’s next, leaders urged

Financial experts say a lack of succession planning is a common mistake that can cause a business to fail.

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by: Caren Burmeister
News

Development Today

These are the largest commercial building permits by job cost issued Thursday by the city of Jacksonville.

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by: Scott Sailer
Economic Development

The Tree Steakhouse in Mandarin will become ChopHouse Thirteen

General manager Joe Foster says the changes will reflect the clientele’s younger demographic.

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by: Daily Record Staff
Business

Plan to redevelop Berkman II property with an amusement park withdrawn

A lobbyist for the planned Downtown resort cites contamination and USS Adams concerns; the city wants the existing 'eyesore' building removed.

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by: Daily Record Staff
Government

Brett McClung named new president and CEO of Baptist Health

Texas Health Resources executive will succeed the retiring Hugh Greene,

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by: Daily Record Staff
News

Sprouts announces opening date for first Jacksonville store, plans hiring fair

The Phoenix-based natural and organic food grocery chain wants to hire 150 full- and part-time workers.

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by: Monty Zickuhr
Business

Part of St. Johns River Power Park imploded

Four selective catalytic reactors toppled as work continues to demolish the plant.

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by: Scott Sailer
News

Jacksonville Daily Record 4/12/19

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