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GCRA, city provide more incentives for Medpace development expansion

Cincinnati City Council and the Greater Cincinnati Redevelopment Authority approved an array of incentives this week for phase 2B of the development project involving RBM Development, which is owned …
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Here's the latest on Cheapside Cafe's Facebook controversy

After a viral Facebook post led to backlash and accusations of racism against a downtown cafe, police body camera footage backed up the owner's version of events and a city councilwoman who caused th…
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One of Cincinnati’s largest homebuilders launching Liberty Township community

One of the largest homebuilders in Greater Cincinnati is looking to start construction this year on a new residential subdivision. M/I Homes of Cincinnati LLC is planning to build a single-family ho…
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Publishing company sues Cincinnati State for $6.5M

A New York-based educational publishing company sued Cincinnati State Technical and Community College for allegedly bilking it of $6.5 million in payments for services.
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City will help fund more than 100 new homes in five neighborhoods

The city will help fund more than 100 homes in through a program it has that distributes federal money for housing.
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UC names new dean for DAAP

The University of Cincinnati has named a new leader for one of its marquee colleges. UC Provost Kristi Nelson on Friday announced that Timothy Jachna will be the new dean of the College of Design, A…
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Spectrum launches lightning-fast internet to rival Cincinnati Bell

Cincinnati Bell's Gigabit-speed internet service may have met its match. Spectrum, a telecommunications brand owned by St. Louis-based Charter Communications Inc. (NYSE: CHTR), launched its gigabit-…
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Former Cincinnati office manager sentenced for embezzlement

The former office manager of a Greater Cincinnati company has been sentenced for embezzlement. Katie M. Geers, 32, of Goshen has been sentenced to 12 months and one day in prison with three years of…
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See which top execs took home our 2018 C-Suite Awards: PHOTOS

The Cincinnati Business Courier honored finalists and winners of its annual C-Suite Awards during an event at the Cincinnati Renaissance Hotel, at 36 E. Fourth St. downtown, on Thursday night. Now i…
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5 Easy Ways To Save Money On Gas This Summer

Fuel prices are a lot like the weather: Lots of folks talk about them, but there’s not much you can do about them. The price at the pump fluctuates for so many reasons, from political instability ove…
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How To Choose The Best Times To Fish

The best time to go fishing is whenever you can. While that old maxim has merit and speaks to the value of fishing just for the fun of it, there are times during the day, month and year when it seems…
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2018 C-Suite Awards winner: Shaun Smith

Shaun Smith, chief information officer at Phillips Edison & Co., is a 2018 C-Suite Awards winner.
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2018 C-Suite Awards winner: Kristi Nelson

Kristi Nelson, chief legal officer for Pomeroy, is a 2018 C-Suite Awards winner.
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2018 C-Suite Awards winner: Nelson Vincent

Nelson Vincent, vice president and chief information officer for the University of Cincinnati, is a 2018 C-Suite Awards winner.
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2018 C-Suite Awards winner: Sandra Mackey

Sandra Mackey, chief marketing officer for Mercy Health, is a 2018 C-Suite Awards winner.
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