Ingram's Magazine: May 2021

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Best Companies to Work For: When the Going Got Tough, Their Commitment Held Fast

Two generations ago, the top employers in America could be counted on to offer lifetime employment tracks, paid health insurance and a pension at the end of the line. At the big companies, and if you’d reached the right organizational…more

Best Companies to Work For 2021

THE UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS HEALTH SYSTEM The physical well-being of patients has been Priority One for The University of Kansas Health System since its inception as a stand-alone public health authority a generation ago. In 2020, that focus expanded across…more

Ingram’s Top 100 Privately Held Companies 2021

Rank 2021 2020 Company Address Phone, Fax, Website 2020 Revenues 2019 Revenues Percent Change Type of Business Employees Local/ Total Top Area Executive Year Founded 1. 1. Dairy Farmers of America 1405 N. 98th St., Kansas City, KS 66111 816.801.6455, Fax:…more

Ingram’s Top 100: Showing Their Resolve

It was a tough year for business, but many of Kansas City’s largest private companies refused to participate in a national economic downturn in 2020.   When a major calamity visits the U.S. economy, the numbers tell the story. For…more

Of Counsel: Bankruptcy Processes Re-Assert Value After 2020

Dickens was half-right: ‘It was the best of times, it was the worst of times …’   Surely the latter describes calendar year 2020 and beyond as the pandemic devastated our personal lives and the marketplace. While the impact of…more

Small Business Adviser: A Whole New Threat Emerges in the Quest for Talent

Ending work-from-home can be risky.   As health metrics begin to sound the all-clear that humans can once again gather in groups safely, it remains uncertain what the “new reality” for workers will look like.  The 2020 COVID-19 scare imposed…more

In a Nutshell: When the Other Shoe Drops…

Who will get stuck with the bill for the federal government’s spending spree?   Certainly, the rich are expected to pay heavily. The volume of tax-increase news quickly and significantly hurt sentiment on Wall Street as President Biden began to…more