Construction Economist – Fall 2013
- How to really put clients first
- 4 ways to counter the costs of disaster
- Twitter IPO is prompting changes for users
- Does how you feel about money affect your wealth?
- September board meetings recap
- Blast from the past: Reserve Fund studies
- Lies technology tells
- Woodbury furniture store’s second story going up
- George Frizzell obituary
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