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Business of the Year spotlight: Brigid's Path (Not-For-Profit)

As Ohio's first newborn recovery center, Brigid's Path provides inpatient medical care for drug-exposed newborns, as well as support for mothers and educational services for the families they serve. …
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Business of the Year spotlight: Monterey Consultants (Minority-Owned)

Washington Township-based Monterey Consultants can chalk up one more win in what’s been a banner year for the company: Our judges have chosen it as the DBJ’s 2018 Minority-Owned Business of the Year.…
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See what Kroger is testing that could be coming to a store near you: PHOTOS

When Kroger Co. wants to test a new product or display, it often looks to its Newport Marketplace store first. It has several new features at the store that it showed off recently to analysts and inv…
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Popular fast-fashion retailer to open Fairfield Commons store

A national fast-fashion retail chain will soon open its fourth store in the Dayton region.
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Auglaize Co. ironwork company expanding to Dayton region

A company specializing in custom welding and fabrication for the automotive industry has acquired a Shelby County industrial building.
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Money and medicine: Dayton-area leader ranks among hospitals and health systems' best-paid executives

Anyone who’s paid a medical bill can tell you there are bundles of money in health care, especially for the men and women overseeing patient care at the nation's diverse mix of hospitals and health s…
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City investing in Kettering Business Park improvements

Not much changed for two decades after Kettering first carved a business park out of the former Gentile Air Force Station in 1996. However, swapping out the Kettering Business Park’s aging signage a…
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Dayton-area accounting firms to merge

Two Dayton-area accounting firms have announced plans to undergo a merger, effective next year. Pohlman & Talmage CPAs, Inc. and Brown & Campbell CPAs, Inc. will join together Jan. 1, 2019. The firm…
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Middletown commission approves rezoning in Kettering Health expansion

The Middletown Planning Commission has approved a rezoning request that would allow Kettering Health Network to add in-patient services at a medical center it opened in the city this summer, despite …
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DBJ's Who's Who in Real Estate: Part 10

The Dayton Business Journal is announcing its inaugural Who’s Who in Real Estate for 2018. This special report, compiled by the DBJ editorial board, will include honorees from seven industries that …
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Kettering city manager says thriving businesses attract others

Long-time Kettering City Manager Mark Schwieterman says during a period of growth for the city, business retention and the attracting of new companies remains a priority. “The biggest thing for us i…
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Business of the Year spotlight: Vocalink Global (Minority-Owned)

To say the world is suffering from an outbreak of miscommunication and misunderstanding would be an understatement. Enter Vocalink Global. Vocalink Global provides language solutions for businesses…
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DBJ's Who's Who in Real Estate: Part 9

The Dayton Business Journal is announcing its inaugural Who’s Who in Real Estate for 2018. This special report, compiled by the DBJ editorial board, will include honorees from seven industries that …
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Clark State campus busy with renovations, new workforce programs

Clark State Community College is developing its latest four-year degree approved by the state in manufacturing technology management, while completed phased renovations at its oldest campus building.
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Business of the Year spotlight: Third Perk Coffeehouse & Wine Bar (Minority-Owned)

Third Perk Coffeehouse & Wine Bar is looking forward to 2019. Third Perk owner Juanita Darden-Jones, said that despite facing challenges in 2017, this year the downtown Dayton coffee shop has manage…
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