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  • Phil Dolci, CEO of air gun manufacturer Crosman Corp., is aiming high.

  • For small businesses, diversification can be a strategy for growth, but not with some risk.

  • Renovation of the Tower at Midtown is "moving along quickly."

  • Three Brothers Wineries & Estates president sold Corsair Display Systems in 2004.

  • Jason Polasek, 27, goes after jobs that challenge him.

  • Meet the 2015 finalists for the RBJ Best of the Web.

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Readers split on minimum wage hike
By 53 percent to 47 percent, respondents to this week’s RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll narrowly oppose an increase in the state’s minimum wage.

Money talks
Investments downtown are a very positive sign for the heart of the city.
Three myths confuse conflict-of-interest rule
Sponsors have a meaningful stake in the game. They ignore it at their own peril.
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