Rebecca Martin


News Tribune staff reporter

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Small Business Saturday keeps growing

Small Business Saturday — the local, annual effort to encourage holiday gift-givers to shop at small, independently owned businesses on the Saturday after Thanksgiving — packs a participation of 31 Jefferson City area business this year, up from last year’s 22 participating businesses.

BizBeat: Bon voyage to Everest Cafe and Bar

Everest Cafe and Bar cleaned up after its last dinner at 2403 Missouri Blvd. in Jefferson City on Friday.

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BizBeat: Golden LivingCenter tunes up therapy area

Jefferson City’s Golden LivingCenter reintroduced its new and improved therapy services area last week.

BizBeat: Expanded business makes aging easier

Aging Made Easy, an in-home service provider based in St. James, expanded to a Jefferson City office at the beginning of November.

BizBeat: Second Burger King delays opening

Jefferson City’s soon-to-be second Burger King has delayed its opening slightly, with the fast-food restaurant projected to open a month from today.

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New shopping center proposed in Jefferson City

Plan includes retail, restaurants, hotel, retirement center off Missouri 179

A major commercial development expected around Missouri 179 is one step closer to becoming reality, as a development group has announced plans to begin retail and residential construction along Mission Drive as early as next spring.

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BizBeat: Carrie’s Hallmark opens expansion

Carrie’s Hallmark Shop, at 117 E. High St., has opened its new store expansion in downtown Jefferson City at the former site of Hair Plaza, 123 E. High St.

BizBeat: Taco truck rolls into Mid-Missouri

La Cabaña Taco Truck will open its window for business Nov. 16 in the parking lot of TitleMax at 1001 Missouri Blvd.

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A measure of success for business

Employee evaluations less about performance reviews, more about goal-setting and year-long management

Employee evaluations remain an important tool for businesses, regardless of how often they're conducted. Their effectiveness has more to do with what managers and employees expect to get out of them.

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New sidewalks, landscaping spruce up Old Munichburg

A few new things are showing up in Old Munichburg.

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