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Passion Powering Drive

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Adopting Your Customer’s Perspective

A mentor and friend shared with me his approach to assessing the level of care and concern that a business owner or corporate manager has about his or her enterprise and where that business is in its life cycle.

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Featured Articles

The Organic Age

Once on society’s fringe, organic farming is becoming an increasingly mainstream occupation.

Meet the 2016 Pinnacle Winners

These 10 women have soared in their personal and professional lives.
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Business Journal

Fighting Trim

Fighting Trim

Defense activities play a major role in Bay County’s economy — and that contribution is expected to grow. Overall in 2014, the military accounted for about $2.4 billion or 30.6 percent of the total gross regional product.
Pier Park

Pier Park

Pier Park, on Panama City Beach, bills itself as the premier shopping, dining and entertainment district in Northwest Florida and one that has had both financial and social impacts.
Building a Workforce

Building a Workforce

Florida State University-Panama City, Gulf Coast State College and Haney Technical Center are all working to gear curriculum and degree and certificate programs to the anticipated needs of employers.
Port Panama City

Port Panama City

Expansion underway at Panama City’s deepwater port has been projected to generate an annual economic benefit of more than $125 million and create 63 jobs. In store is a new forest products terminal.
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Archive » Small Business

The Power of Peers

The Power of Peers

Local CEOs find help for their companies by sharing ideas, successes and failures with fellow CEOs in the region.
War for Talent

War for Talent

In the war for talent, are you breaking the rules of engagement by poaching intellectual property along with workers?
Ensuring Equal Opportunity

Ensuring Equal Opportunity

Employers are required to accommodate employees with a broadly expanded list of medical conditions. Make sure you’re following the rules.
The Technology Sector

The Technology Sector

The Non-Compete

The Non-Compete

Non-compete clauses are common in many contracts that new employees are required to sign upon hiring. But are they enforceable?
W2? Or W9?

W2? Or W9?

Many companies are turning to the use of W9 workers. So, how do you handle these workers and what do you need to include in contracts?
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Archive » Regional News

A Blank Canvas

A Blank Canvas

Chris Holley has an extensive resumé working for some of Florida’s fastest growing cities and counties. Now he is helping Gulf County as director of the Economic Development Coalition and gives his thoughts on the region’s development.
Big Boy Toys

Big Boy Toys

Jose Mateo, owner of B and V Custom Carts in Tallahassee, will rebuild golf carts into just about any style his customers want, allowing them to ride around their golf courses, plantations and neighborhoods in style.
There’s No Such Thing as Happiness Made-to-Order

There’s No Such Thing as Happiness Made-to-Order

Bert Thornton joined Waffle House as a manager trainee in 1971 and climbed the ranks, becoming president and COO. But he’s probably best known as the inventor of Bert’s Chili. Retired, he now focuses on the importance of mentoring.
The Vintage Queen

The Vintage Queen

Cindy Poire has an affinity for collecting old things because their history fascinates her. She’s turned her passion into successful businesses at Madison Antiques Market & Interiors and Marketplace of Madison — and she’s still shopping.
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Opinion

Glen McDonald Applies All

Glen McDonald Applies All

Glen McDonald of Applied Research Associates in Bay County is a very colorful chemist who does a lot of good in the local community.
‘Kelly Tough’ Tackles Adversity

‘Kelly Tough’ Tackles Adversity

Jim Kelly talks about his keys to success.
Eye on the Goal

Eye on the Goal

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People

Paying Homage to Heroes

Local businessman Tom Rice of Fort Walton Beach pays back his fellow veterans by paying homage to military heroes.

Local Promoter

Alicia Booker stresses the importance of mentoring the next generation of business leaders.
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Archive » Politics + Government

Graham For Hard Work

Graham For Hard Work

R. Gwen Graham reflects on her 1st few months in office & her hopes for NW FL.
Living a Dream

Living a Dream

The behind-the-scenes story of Raimund Herden, the visionary behind Bluewater Bay who has lived the American dream.

16DJ Company Car

In this issue of 850, we turned to businesses, drivers and auto dealerships to discuss the pros and cons of leasing cars.

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