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CSDA winners by category: Civic
First place: Douglas County Elementary School Prototype, a 71,000-square-foot school was built on a 10-acre site in Douglas County for $12.25 million.
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Five ways to find a job in an employer’s market
I hope that you’re not gullible enough to believe all the people telling you that this recession is over, and happy days are here again. It isn’t, and they aren’t. By John Heckers
Success secrets of world-class athletes—and business leaders
Olympic athletes and world-class business leaders both know the key to creating a mindset of greatness. Here’s how they do it. By TC North
A tale of two markets
Your company’s Directors and Officers liability policy is coming up for renewal. What can you expect from the market? By Brian Sandy
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