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Many industries, millions of words. I'm a go-to writer for clients in health care, education, economic development, technology, travel, real estate, banking/financial services and custom publishing.

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Utah: Business Elevated

With peaks as high as 13,528 feet, Utah soars above other states. It also has climbed to high-profile status for its information technology and software infrastructure, talent base and opportunities.

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Philadelphia: A City of Choice

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Philadelphia is a city of firsts. Steeped in history, it is also a modern renaissance city. And now, a new generation is making Philadelphia its city of first choice.

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The Future of How Things Are Made

Autodesk's new industrial revolution is transforming design, engineering and entertainment.

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American Red Cross

A season of giving gets new meaning for the American Red Cross.

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Luxury in Los Cabos

Where two seas converge, so do seekers of luxury experiences.

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The Mutual Advantage

A client relationship spanning 50 or
more years is not unusual at Northwestern Mutual, says President and Chief Risk Officer
Skip Poliner.

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Forbes Custom: Health Care

by Susan Burnell
Technology is making it possible for consumers to access their health care information with a click, a tap or a voice command.

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In Good Company - Forbes Custom: Home

Recent studies by academic
and business organizations, show that companies with women in senior management roles are more successful monetarily than companies without women executives.

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Ukraine: Setting New Benchmarks in Agricultural Productivity

Ukraine’s agricultural opportunities are growing faster than winter wheat in the country’s rich black earth.

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Forbes Custom: Diversity - Forbes Custom: Home

Corporations and financial services firms seeking to manage the complexities and risks of today's global marketplace have a powerful resource at hand: women executives.