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Barnes Dennig names new managing director

One of Cincinnati’s largest accounting firms has named a new managing director.
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Get a first look at renovation progress inside UC’s Fifth Third Arena: PHOTOS

Things are starting to take shape inside Fifth Third Arena as the University of Cincinnati makes progress toward completing the $87 million renovation of its on-campus basketball home. UC athletic d…
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EXCLUSIVE: P&G’s Blue Ash campus sold

Procter & Gamble Co.’s 107-acre campus in Blue Ash has been acquired by a pair of real estate development firms.
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ROAD TRIP: Churchill Downs has new Derby Week plan for getting in the track, to your seat

Churchill Downs Racetrack will have new entry procedures and security measures for Kentucky Derby Week this year. Derby Week visitors will be the first to use Churchill Downs' new expanded entry pla…
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Investor Gabelli details where company needs to improve; Scripps responds

E.W. Scripps Co. activist investor Mario Gabelli has detailed some specific areas he’d like to see the TV and digital media company improve as he fights to win three seats on its board. Cincinnati-b…
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Grocery chain plans to build new store in Greater Cincinnati

A major grocery chain has submitted plans to build a new store in Greater Cincinnati, the Journal-News reports. Officials with German-based discounter Aldi have received approvals from Fairfield’s D…
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Fifth Third CEO shares which nearby market is at the top of his list for growth

Columbus is a top priority for Fifth Third Bank as the Cincinnati-based company looks to grow, CEO Greg Carmichael said during an interview with Courier sister publication Columbus Business First, in…
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Cincinnati ranks among worst U.S. cities for air pollution

The air in Greater Cincinnati is among the most polluted in the nation, according to a new report. The metropolitan region is tied for No. 18 on the list of cities with the worst year-round particle…
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Celebrated pianist joins Linton series for 40th anniversary season

Pianist André Watts is among a stellar lineup of artists that will help Cincinnati’s Linton Music Series celebrate its 40th anniversary next season, WGUC reports. “In planning Linton’s 40th annivers…
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Five things you need to know today, and is GE prelude for Procter?

Good morning, Cincinnati! Here are the five most important things you need to know to help start your busy business day: Black resigns ahead of council vote Just ahead of a Saturday special Cincinn…
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Kroger to sponsor Cincinnati culinary festival

One of Greater Cincinnati’s newest culinary festivals is getting a corporate sponsor. Kroger Co. (NYSE: KR) will serve as the presenting sponsor for this year’s Asian Food Fest in Washington Park. T…
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GE CEO seeks to shift power away from Boston HQ to business units

General Electric Co. CEO John Flannery has big changes in mind for the way the company operates, including shifting more of GE’s decision-making responsibility from its Boston headquarters to individ…
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CVG continues torrid growth pace

Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport maintained its hot streak in the first quarter of 2018. CVG continued to be the fastest-growing major airport in the country with local passenger t…
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Former Greater Cincinnati antique mall to become incubator kitchen

A former Oakley antique mall is being transformed into an incubator kitchen that will be open to the public, the Enquirer reports. The owners of Eli’s BBQ, Elias Leisring and Drew Simmons, are in th…
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D-The Blue and Gold Digest - April 19, 2018

- The Madeira Schools Foundation welcomed two incredible donations that will benefit Madeira students for years to come. To read the story of how Phil Santoro, MHS `08 and longtime supporters Jay and…
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