This afternoon was hit with potentially the two biggest headlines of the week in politics while one of the biggest nosedives in the stock market will caution you about updating your product.
NATIONAL POLITICS–TODAY’S BIG STORIES
Ingram’s: Gov. Greitens indicted on felony charge
Bloomberg: Energy’s newest enemy: competition
Bloomberg: How a tweet sank Snap
Global News Wire: Cisco warns of increasing sophistication in malware attacking businesses
FOR THE BUDDING EXECUTIVE
Look familiar? This is what Country Club Plaza looked like in 1932. This picture is part of a profile inside the KC Corporate Report in Feb. 1984.
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On March 29th we are holding our Heroes in Healthcare breakfast at the InterContinental Hotel. All are welcome! Email Robert Tonchuk (RTonchuk@ingrams.com) or call us at 816-842-9994 to reserve your seat or table. Individual tickets are $69 and tables are $850.
Lenora Payne initially set a goal of $5 million in revenue for her start-up information technology consulting firm TGS. Now she says it’s almost scary how much they’re growing every year hitting record returns in the hundreds of millions of dollars. We caught up with Lenora at the Ingram’s 250 celebration earlier this month to pick her brain about what makes a strong business.
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