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Are retirees killing economic growth?

New research shows the aging of America may be one factor in the country's economic slowdown, and it may be only slightly mitigated by the growing number of retirement-age workers who are instead staying on at their jobs and younger workers not picking up the slack after they leave.

August 13, 2016 | Sarah Anderson Deseret News | Business


Loss of business at restaurants - a sign of impeding recession?

Want to steer the economy from recession in 2017? Start eating out. That's the logical conclusion from the findings of one financial analyst who has predicted a widespread recession for 2017, based on a drop in restaurant sales.

August 13, 2016 | Sarah Anderson Deseret News | Business


Share with care: Know the risks before you share a home, ride or more

The sharing economy is rapidly gaining popularity. Within the next eight years projections show that sharing rides, homes and equipment will be a $335 billion global industry.

August 13, 2016 | Tribune Staff | Business


Hildebrand brings new health coaching practice to town

There is a new health coaching practice in Great Bend. Morgan Hildebrand is a nutritional therapy practitioner, certified by the Nutritional Therapy Association in Olympia, Wash. The training program is a nine-month course that teaches a holistic approach to nutrition - using whole foods to support and balance health. The training involved both nutrition and anatomy and physiology education.

August 13, 2016 | Tribune Staff | Business


New non-profit organization provides relief to grieving families

Losing a child during pregnancy and the first year of infancy is a feeling too many families are familiar with. In the United States, 10-25% of all clinically recognized pregnancies will end in miscarriage and there are 25,000 stillbirths a year. BirthWaves, a new local non profit organization, is hoping to ease the burden a little by offering birth and postpartum doulas to grieving fami-lies.

August 13, 2016 | Tribune Staff | Business


Sales of meal kits are growing and changing the retail food industry

Meal kits, those packages of fresh ingredients and instructions delivered to a consumer's home ready to cook without any grocery shopping or meal planning, are still in their infancy, yet primed to disrupt the food industry.

August 11, 2016 | Sarah Anderson Deseret News | Business


Cherry Village staff attends training in preventing problems

Since Cherry Village Benevolence staff members know that taking care of little problems before they become big problems is a top priority, they were eager to participate in specialized training recently, Administrator Pam Lewis said.

August 10, 2016 | Special to the Tribune | Business


Gentiva Hospice launches food drive to benefit the Community Food Bank of Barton County

Staff members from Gentiva Hospice will be blanketing the Barton County community throughout August, distributing food collection bags and gathering donations for the Community Food Bank as part of the company's 12th Annual Food Drive.

August 09, 2016 | Tribune Staff | Business


What politicians aren't saying about declining manufacturing jobs

Jobs are a major platform plank for both political parties this election, but neither side has addressed how automation has and will eliminate working-class jobs, observers have noted.

August 09, 2016 | Sarah Anderson Deseret News | Business


7 things about money your boss wants you to know

Being a highly productive and effective worker doesn’t always depend on what’s happening at the office. Sometimes it’s what’s going on in your personal life that has a direct impact on your output.

August 09, 2016 | Troy Martin Deseret News | Business


Online reviews: How consumers can separate the real from the phony

“This is the speaker I have been waiting for for years!”

August 08, 2016 | Jeff Wuorio Deseret News | Business


Some ways to achieve that elusive work-life balance

“Work-life balance” is one of those terms that gets thrown around in workplace culture, but what does it really mean? And how can a person achieve it?

August 07, 2016 | Sarah Anderson Deseret News | Business


Insurance Matters

Many Kansas families have students going to college this month. With the necessities of college life-clothing, electronic equipment, more clothing, more electronic equipment...remembering to pack everything is always a challenge. But in the rush to pack, don't forget to add "insurance" to the list of necessary items.

August 06, 2016 | Ken Selzer, CPA, Kansas Commissioner of Insurance | Business


OSHA finds hazards at two Kansas Dollar General Stores

Federal safety inspectors have again found blocked exits and other hazards at stores operated by national discount retailer, Dollar General - this time in Wichita and Clay Center.

August 06, 2016 | Tribune Staff | Business


Newest additions to Danceography Team

Danceography announces their latest additions to their studio, Nikita Fischer and Sarah Burkhead.

August 06, 2016 | Tribune Staff | Business


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Articles by Section - Business


Scamming the millennials

Everyone is familiar with this stereotype: The naïve and vulnerable aging citizen who sadly loses a huge chunk of their savings to an Internet ...

September 17, 2016 | Tribune Staff | Business


HaysMed welcomes new physicians

HaysMed Medical recently welcomed three new physicians to their medical staff. Dr. David Lerner, Dr. Elizabeth Snyder and Dr. Wally Walstrom have all recently begun ...

September 17, 2016 | Tribune Staff | Business


Local independent business woman earns coveted Mary Kay pink Cadillac in recognition of outstanding

Mary Kay Independent Sales Director Jil Johnson of Great Bend has earned the use of the exclusive Mary Kay pink Cadillac, an iconic symbol of ...

September 17, 2016 | Tribune Staff | Business


Doctor’s referral not necessary for St. Rose physical therapy

Melanie Schroeter has been providing physical therapy services at St. Rose Health Center for only a short time but she has noticed that many people ...

September 15, 2016 | Special to the Tribune | Business


How fantasy football can be a cost and a benefit at the office

Fantasy football can drain a company’s productivity, costing employers an estimated $16.8 billion over the course of the season. But could factors such ...

September 15, 2016 | Sarah Anderson Deseret News | Business


The importance of credit scores and how they work

If you don’t know a lot (or even anything) about credit scores, you’re not alone. About half of consumers surveyed by Experian, a ...

September 15, 2016 | Sarah Anderson Deseret News | Business


How to identify and prevent job burnout

A mismatch between your work and your personality may have more to do with job burnout than your boss or co-workers, according a CBS News ...

September 14, 2016 | Sarah Anderson Deseret News | Business


Why a redefinition of retirement may be in order

With older workers staying on creating a stigma against those workers who don't stick around, a redefinition of the term "retirement" may be in ...

September 14, 2016 | Sarah Anderson Deseret News | Business


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