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COAST co-founder: Democrats’ tax increase has county voters ‘riled up’

Hamilton County Republicans and the Coalition Opposed to Additional Spending and Taxes vowed Thursday to put a permanent, 0.2 percentage point sales tax increase passed by Democratic commissioners To…
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Cincinnati City Council Democrats propose a brand-new tax and to raise an old one

Cincinnati City Council members proposed a new tax on off-street parking spaces as well as an increase in the city’s admissions tax as they grapple with a $34 million budget deficit and look for ways…
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Kroger can thrive in face of Amazon, Walmart, analysts say

Kroger Co.’s first-quarter results released Thursday morning appear to be a signal the company can thrive amid the fierce competitive threat posed by Amazon.com and Walmart, analysts said. Kroger’s …
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Kroger aims to reach 'everyone in America,' CEO says

Kroger Co. is now striving to reach “everyone in America,” CEO Rodney McMullen said.
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Former P&G manager joins C-suite of Blue Apron

Former Procter & Gamble Co. manager Alan Blake has been hired as chief supply chain officer of Blue Apron Holdings Inc., which delivers recipes and ingredients to customers who order meal kits. Blak…
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Historic Cincinnati brewery to open new taproom

A historic Cincinnati-area brewery with roots tracing back 150 years is officially opening in its new home early next week. The Geo. Wiedemann Brewing Co. is hosting a grand opening in its new brewe…
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Lower Price Hill manufacturer opens new facility at Queen City Barrel site

Nehemiah Manufacturing's $12 million, 172,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Lower Price Hill is finally operational. The company, whose mission includes hiring those with criminal records, h…
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EXCLUSIVE: P&G shuffles executive leadership

Procter & Gamble Co. group president Gianni Ciserani intends to retire this fall, and several other P&G executives will get expanded duties along with promotions as a result. Ciserani, 55, who is gr…
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Expanding Blue Ash firm gets new HQ

Expanding Blue Ash firm gets new HQ
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Five things you need to know today, and when the heat is on

Good morning, Cincinnati! Welcome to the first official day of summer (more on that later). Here are the five most important things you need to know to help start your busy day: California-based b…
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Three Over-the-Rhine properties land historic tax credits

A trio of Over-the-Rhine buildings landed Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credits on June 20 that will help revitalize them.
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EXCLUSIVE: One of Greater Cincinnati's largest mortgage lenders expands

Nations Reliable Lending LLC, one of the largest mortgage lending firms in Greater Cincinnati, doubled the size of its workspace after relocating its headquarters this June.
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Fifth Third gets national recognition for maternity concierge service

Fifth Third Bancorp launched its groundbreaking maternity concierge service last year as another benefit to make things easier for its employees. The program is already showing powerful results while…
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FC Cincinnati reportedly has found training facility site

FC Cincinnati has apparently identified the site of its new training facility. The owner of softball complex Expressway Park in Milford has told teams he signed a purchase agreement to sell the faci…
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Co-living project gets tax credits for $1.2M expansion in OTR

A Cincinnati group that opened the city's first co-living space last year is getting state tax credits for a $1.2 million project to rehabilitate two buildings to expand in Over-the-Rhine. Kunst is …
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