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Issue CoverEvansvill Business February / March 2014 Issue Cover

February / March 2014

Features
The 1.2 million-member organization of Rotary International had somewhat of a simple start. As most people and...
Regulars
Those of you who know me, either personally or through the pages of Evansville Business, know that my oars don...
Former WNIN president, David Dial, offered words to his successor in the April/May 2013 issue’s “Back...
When your son or daughter leaves for college, you hope success follows them. But what happens when his car won...
During a time when funding for local music and arts is dwindling, the Mesker Music Trust ensures they always will...
It all started with a fire. In 1974, Mike Small’s father’s home furniture business burned down the day...
Recovering from the financial crisis of 2007-08 can be like recuperating from a car accident. You might look fine...
Tucked down on the southern end of Green River Road across from what locals still call the Lawndale Shopping...
When “Elvis left the building,” he sometimes had John F. Maier to thank. Maier, an Evansville native,...
Anyone clearing spam from their email inbox or reading through Craigslist has seen ads peppered with phrases like...
It’s safe to say that Western Rib-Eye & Ribs takes care of its customers like it does its employees. It...
“Being a Butterfield growing up, I always had the expectation I would join the family business.” The...
You can’t see them, fold them, drop them in a piggy bank, or even plunk them down on the store counter. Yet...
Job: Partner in Ziemer, Stayman, Weitzel & Shoulders, LLP and City Attorney for the City of Evansville...
Online Exclusives
We’ve missed this little online extra we prepared for several years, so we’re bringing it back. To...