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Spicy Pig? Here's where to get a rare whiskey that's exclusive to Ohio

The state of Ohio continues to roll out its rare whiskey program, and the next series is a riff on the three little pigs, but this time there are four of them. The Ohio Division of Liquor Control is…
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Cincinnati venture capital firm raises $200 million fund

River Cities Capital Funds has raised a $200 million fund, matching its largest fund in the company’s 25-year history.
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Developer bullish on demand for office at the Banks' $90M tower: SLIDESHOW

At the end of July, Lincoln Property Co. announced its plans to build a $90 million office tower on a vacant parcel of the Banks at 180 Walnut St.
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Parks tax II would include Cincinnati’s recreation department

A group of politically savvy citizens has commissioned a poll to gauge Cincinnatians’ support for a dedicated tax to increase funding for Cincinnati’s parks and recreation departments.
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National angel capital chief boils Cincinnati’s startup scene down to four words

The head of the national Angel Capital Association had four words when I asked him his impressions of Cincinnati’s startup business community following his recent visit to the Queen City.
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Braxton Brewing saves Covington's Oktoberfest

When the organization that puts on Covington's Oktoberfest, Maifest and Goettafest declared bankruptcy late last year, Northern Kentucky's largest craft brewery quickly went to work to save the city'…
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Cincinnati doctor with link to P&G named medical director at cannabis firm

Dr. Drore Eisen, a veteran Cincinnati dermatologist who reportedly has had a role in some clinical trials for Procter & Gamble Co., has been tapped as medical director of a new division of the Stem H…
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Liberty Center quickly backfills restaurant space

Even though Cantina Laredo, an upscale Mexican restaurant chain that opened its first Cincinnati-area location at Liberty Center, closed this week, the leasing team for the $250 million mixed-use dev…
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College Hill Japanese gastropub sets opening date

A Japanese gastropub from the longtime former chef of Kaze OTR is set to open its doors next week. Kiki will open its doors at 5932 Hamilton Ave. in College Hill on Aug. 28. The gastropub is the lat…
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Five things you need to know today, and the purpose of a company

Good morning, Cincinnati! Here are the five most important things you need to know to help start your busy business day: UC hits another enrollment record The University of Cincinnati is projecting…
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Northern Kentucky city considers entertainment district designation

Bellevue City Council is considering the adoption of an ordinance to designate the entirety of Fairfield Avenue as an entertainment district, WVXU reports. The designation allows for the sale of alc…
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MY VIEW: Redefined corporate purpose gives businesses higher calling

The Business Roundtable statement is a historic one for businesses throughout the world. It reflects a commitment to leadership and a higher purpose. It will be criticized. It will be heralded. Its b…
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A seat at the table: 4 women blazing the way in Cincinnati's CRE scene

Nationally, women are woefully underrepresented in the commercial real estate field. These women are a few of the locals who live and breathe it.
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National Foundation to End Senior Hunger News - Let the Numbers Do the Talking

We have used this space numerous times in the past to talk about our What A Waste initiative and the benefit that it has been to congregate nutrition programs across the country. Four years after we …
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Dick's Sporting Goods is considering ending sale of all guns

After a shooting at a Parkland, Fla. high school in February 2018, Dick's Sporting Goods decided to end the sale of assault-style firearms at their store. Now they could be ending the sale of guns …
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