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Local startup Sirrus announced a new CEO and rebranding strategy in recent months. The moves left its founder looking for work.
Why is Duke pushing so hard for new bridge?
A WCPO analysis of 32,474 violations at 5,579 food-service facilities found ethnic restaurants have higher violation counts per inspection than casual dining, fast food and other restaurant categories.
Cincinnati-based Confluence took center stage during a first-of-its-kind meeting of water technology innovations groups organized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
With the proper training even a mediocre student can open a restaurant that doesn't make its customers sick.
A group of scientists, business executives and academics say this region's abundance of water and know-how could be the key to its economic future.
Check out WCPO's guide to local beer, breweries and pubs in our special 'What's brewing in Cincinnati?' section.
Get a complete roundup on the latest local government and politics news and updates in the Tri-State.
Consumer reporter John Matarese walks you through tips on saving money and avoiding the latest scams.
After Belcan Corp. founder Ralph Anderson died in 2010, it was up to his daughter to keep it running. She's done that – and grown the business in the process.
Our five-part series will take a closer look at local members of the millennial generation, often maligned and accused of everything from laziness to a sense of entitlement.
Smart IT Staffing hired LaVerdad Marketing to help grow the company's local profile. And in the process, LaVerdad expects to grow, too.
Northern Kentucky has 680 high-paying manufacturing jobs unfilled because of a lack of qualified workers. Gateway Technical & Community College has a plan to attract women into those jobs.