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Former P&G manager named CEO of Express apparel

Former Procter & Gamble Co. manager Matthew Moellering has been named interim CEO of Express Inc., a fashion apparel retailer based in Columbus. Moellering, 52, who goes by Matt, rose to be an assoc…
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One of Cincinnati’s largest branding firms acquired by Dayton company

A Dayton company founded by the former North American CEO of Interbrand has acquired the Cincinnati-based retail design and architectural practice, known as Interbrand Retail, from Interbrand. Chang…
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Cincinnati's Asian Food Fest moving for 2019

Cincinnati's annual Asian Food Fest is moving to a new spot for its ninth year. The 2019 Asian Food Fest will be a homecoming, as the festival celebrating food and culture from countries across Asia…
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Here's what you can expect when the Banks' newest attraction opens

The Banks' newest attraction will offer an immersive take on the escape room genre when it opens at the end of this week. The Escape Game will open at the Banks between Taste of Belgium and Pies and…
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Alexander Young, arts patron and former president of Rotex Global, dies at 82

Alexander Young, former president and CEO of Rotex Global LLC, died Jan. 12 at Marjorie P. Lee Retirement Community in Hyde Park. The Columbia Tusculum resident was 82. Young was president and CEO o…
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EXCLUSIVE: Cincinnati investment firm raises $165 million fund

A Cincinnati investment firm has raised a $165 million fund to handle a chunk of its clients’ investments.
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From ordnance to ordinances: Ex-bomb diffuser Duhaney on how he’ll deal with having 10 bosses at City Hall

Patrick Duhaney’s path to being Cincinnati city government’s CEO isn’t all that unlike the path he took to become a bomb diffuser in Iraq while he served in the military.
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Cincinnati financial tech startup relocates to Los Angeles

A Cincinnati financial tech startup that helps users secure low-dollar loans without having to resort to a payday lender moved its headquarters to Los Angeles. SoLo Funds, which was founded by Lisnr…
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Fifth Third CEO: ‘One of the strongest quarters’ in a decade

Fifth Third Bancorp’s just-released fourth quarter results made it “probably one of the strongest quarters we’ve seen in over a decade,” CEO Greg Carmichael told me on Tuesday morning after the bank …
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TriHealth CEO leads tour of new HQ: PHOTOS

TriHealth CEO Mark Clement said the hospital system’s new corporate headquarters was designed to improve collaboration among about 400 employees who now work on eight floors of the Baldwin 200 buildi…
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Fifth Third exceeds estimates

Fifth Third Bancorp’s fourth-quarter earnings of 69 cents per share excluding certain items beat analysts’ estimates and rose 33 percent from the year-ago quarter. Fifth Third (Nasdaq: FITB), Cincin…
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Five things you need to know today, and the Cov Cath fallout

Good morning, Cincinnati! Here are the five most important things you need to know to help start your busy business day: Art Academy plans major expansion in OTR The 150-year-old Art Academy of Cin…
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Bengals plan return to London

The Cincinnati Bengals may not have officially signed a head coach, but the team is already preparing for a trip across the pond next season. The Bengals announced Monday that they will face the Los…
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Here's the next limited-edition whiskey available in Ohio

A familiar family name is behind the latest bottle release by the Ohio Department of Liquor Control. Limestone Branch Rye will be available in limited quantities at three state liquor agencies in Oh…
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Graeter’s security breach could impact thousands

Credit card information for thousands of Graeter’s ice cream fans could have been compromised in recent months, WLWT reports. The Cincinnati-based sweets retailer sent notices to 12,000 customers wh…
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