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Real estate giant Cushman & Wakefield files for IPO

Real estate giant Cushman & Wakefield has filed for an initial public offering, according to a June 20 filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The Chicago-based company is backed by Fort…
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Steakhouse chain to open Beavercreek location

A Michigan-based steakhouse chain that specializes in "volcanic stone cooking" will soon open its first Dayton-area location. Black Rock Bar & Grill will open this fall at 2745 Fairfield Commons Blv…
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Dayton-area animal shelter wants to build $2.4M shelter, adoption center

An effort to build a new animal shelter in Shelby County is moving forward. The Shelby County Animal Rescue Foundation is planning to build a new, 8,000-square-foot animal shelter and adoption cent…
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Here’s why Kroger’s earnings caused the stock to soar

Kroger Co.’s ability to hold down costs helped it handily beat analysts’ estimates by posting 26 percent earnings per share growth for the first fiscal quarter, sending its stock soaring. Cincinnati…
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$5M shooting facility coming north of Dayton

The facility will be open to the public and will offer free access to local and regional law enforcement officers and military personnel.
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Local university receives grant to help fight opioid epidemic

As the growing opioid epidemic targets the Dayton area, a local university has received funding to help combat the crisis.  Cedarville University’s School of Pharmacy earned a $25,000 grant from the…
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Ultra-low-fare airlines are also among the most profitable, report say

Allegiant, Spirit Airlines and Frontier Airlines are all carriers that people love to complain about for their notorious unbundling pricing practices that make passengers pay for every little extra t…
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Fifth Third gives shareholders a big dividend hike

Fifth Third Bancorp gave shareholders a gift to kick off summer by boosting its dividend payment by nearly 13 percent. Fifth Third (Nasdaq: FITB), the nation’s 13th-biggest bank, said it will pay sh…
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Dayton-area company lands $50M Air Force contract

BTAS Inc., a Beavercreek-based defense firm, will assist in planning, implementing and executing the cyberspace mission for the U.S. Air Force.
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Love's Travel Stops hiring for summer positions in Dayton region, Ohio

A national convenience store and truck stop chain seeks to hire 120 people in Ohio to accommodate the busy travel season this summer. Oklahoma City-based Love's Truck Stops operates more than 460 lo…
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Here’s how Mercy Health expects to save millions every year

Mercy Health expects to save millions of dollars annually as a result of a new approach to supply chain management.
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Contents from Dayton-area Applebee’s to be auctioned online

Items including wall art, dining booths and kitchen equipment from the recently closed Applebee’s Grill & Bar in Sugarcreek Township could be yours. All contents from the restaurant, located at 6242…
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'American’s response was lacking, to be kind'

Computer problems at an American Airlines subsidiary during the past week forced the dominant carrier at Charlotte Douglas International Airport to cancel 2,000 flights, an amount equal to 43 percent…
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Dayton-area home sales post modest decrease; inventory remains low

Home sales in the Dayton region experienced a slight decrease last month, largely due to the increasingly tight inventory of available homes. Local home sales fell 2 percent in May, according to a D…
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Senate approves funding for $182M expansion at Wright-Patt

The U.S. Senate has passed a massive defense bill that includes funding for a $182 million expansion project at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. The FY 2019 National Defense Authorization Act, which…
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