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Cincinnati Bell Connector streetcar will restart Sept. 2

The Cincinnati Bell Connector has a restart date.
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SBA outlines PPP appeals: A primer on navigating the process

Appeals of rulings by the Small Business Administration could add months to businesses’ efforts to see their Paycheck Protection Program loans forgiven. The federal agency released this week an inte…
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Nonprofit Form: A virtual forum discussion

A panel of local business leaders partnered with the Cincinnati Business Courier on Thursday, July 23 to host a Nonprofit Forum. The webinar was moderated by Rob Daumeyer, editor, Cincinnati Business…
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Greater Cincinnati census workers prepare to door-to-door; regional response rate update

If you haven’t completed the Census online or through the mail, an in-person Census taker may be coming to your door.
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Cincinnati Chef Stephen Williams selected for James Beard Foundation Chefs Boot Camp

A Greater Cincinnati chef is taking part in a boot camp hosted by the James Beard Foundation designed to empower leaders in the industry to tackle its biggest problems.
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Hamilton County launches program to aid nonprofits hit by coronavirus pandemic

Hamilton County has launched a $5.5 million grant program using federal CARES Act money to help nonprofits continue providing services amid the global coronavirus pandemic.
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Otterbein SeniorLife inks deal with Toledo-based Sunset Retirement Communities

Greater Cincinnati's largest retirement community operator will add 330 employees following a deal with Toledo-based Sunset Retirement Communities.
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MY VIEW: Easy fixes can help Cincinnati's streetcar succeed

If we now adopt a few low- or no-cost solutions, we can ensure that we get the most from our investment.
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341 Cincinnati businesses permanently closed during coronavirus crisis, according to Yelp data

An analysis of data by online business rating website Yelp indicates that more than 700 businesses in Cincinnati closed because of the coronavirus crisis, with almost half of them shuttering permanen…
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Here are all the Cincinnati companies on the 2020 Inc. 5000

Inc. Magazine released its annual list of the fastest-growing private companies in the U.S. on Wednesday, and this year, 21 Cincinnati businesses made the cut. Inc. selects companies for the list ba…
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Five things you need to know today, and playing tourist in my hometown

Good morning, Cincinnati! Here are the five most important things you need to know to start your busy business day: Procter & Gamble Co. stock hit an all-time high of $135.97 Wednesday as P&G’s ch…
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Patrick Stroupe opening ModelFit personal training gym in Covington

A new gym featuring semi-private personal training is opening in the heart of Covington.
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Analyst: Kroger Ship expansion a nice step but might not be enough

Kroger Co.’s plan to launch an online marketplace this fall isn’t a game-changer but it will give a boost to its e-commerce efforts, an analyst says.
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Cincinnati City Council members back $500,000 deal for Avondale grocer

Cincinnati City Council members gave initial approval Wednesday to a plan to contribute $500,000 in gap financing to a $4.3 million grocery store project in Avondale, which will be run by a Findlay M…
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Hammer & Nails Grooming Shop for Guys plans to open 5 locations in Cincinnati region

A luxury spa business geared toward men that formerly appeared on "Shark Tank" is planning its Cincinnati expansion, after inking a deal to build three locations in Columbus.
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