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She Suite celebrates women in business

Washington
University Olin
Business School
hosted the second
annual She Suite
event March 8,
which included a
panel discussion.
Pictured, from
left, are Linda
Haberstroh,
Leann Chilton,
Ratna Craig,
Hillary Anger
Elfenbein, Vicki
Felker and Valerie
Toothman. Photo
by Allyssa D.
Dudley

The Olin Business School at Washington University in St. Louis observed International Women’s Day on March 8 by hosting its second annual She Suite event to highlight the success of professional women in leadership roles. Five Olin alumnae and one professor conducted a wide-ranging panel discussion on issues facing women in business, including a theme of International Women’s Day: social ...

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Telemedicine expansion needs high speed Internet first

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Legislators are seeking to expand telemedicine in Arizona, but rural and tribal communities that need it most might still not be able to access it without broadband Internet. An estimated 898,724 Arizona residents have limited or no access to high-speed Internet – that’s according to the 2018 Arizona Statewide Broadband Strategic Plan and the Federal Communications Commission 2016 Broadband Progress ...

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On a path to total carbon neutrality

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In 2006, the 2030 Challenge was issued. It asked the global architecture and building community to commit to using carbon-neutral designs for all new buildings, developments and major renovations by 2030. The American Institute of Architects took action to support the challenge by offering its 2030 Commitment while aiming to “transform the practice of architecture in a way that is ...

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KCSourceLink scales up

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For more than 15 years, KCSourceLink has coached and connected thousands of budding entrepreneurs with critical resources for success. Now this UMKC program is expanding to serve new startups throughout Missouri.

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Low-income entrepreneurs get boost from Legal Services

Tracy James outlines services for low-income entrepreneurs through Legal Services of Eastern Missouri's Community Economic Development office.

Syrian immigrants. Ex-convicts. Recent graduates of the University of Missouri-St. Louis. These are the varied kinds of clients who recently needed help with the legalities of launching a small business — and they got that help, thanks to attorneys working pro bono through Legal Services of Eastern Missouri. They shared their success stories and other data in January at the ...

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