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Business Beat: May 19, 2010 May 19, 2010

Posted by kbianews in KBIA.
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A pair of Sseko’s, tied in the traditional “cross over” described by Mustard Seed Executive Director Jessica Canfield. Image courtesy of Liz Bohannon and Sseko Designs.

On this week’s Business Beat from KBIA: Many university endowment funds are reporting annual losses as high as 30 percent because of the struggling economy. But, the University of Missouri has taken a slightly different approach than some schools, helping it save money. Plus, one recent MU graduate opens a business to help Ugandan school girls. Hosted by KBIA’s Courtney Flatt.

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Web Extra! Watch founder Liz Bohannon explain the traditional way to tie a Sseko sandal.

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