At a time when Cincinnati's economic fortunes are on the rise, too many of its residents are being left behind. Cincinnati Works is there to help.
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Bengals officials and Hamilton County administrators have come together on an agreement that paves the way for General Electric Co. and as many as 2,000 employees to move to the banks of the Ohio River within three years.
The cost of hiring the best university presidents and other leaders has far outpaced inflation in a time of tight budgets while faculty and staff have seen their wages stagnate. University of Cincinnati and Miami and Northern Kentucky universities have little choice but to participate in the national competition for the top talent in what one expert referred to as an academic arms race.
Chipotle is feeling confident that customers are willing to pay more for its burritos, bowls and tacos.
John Matarese looks at the new controversy over car sales
Fifth Third Bancorp says its first-quarter net income fell 25 percent, mostly on a decline in its investment in its former Vantiv payment-processing subsidiary.
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How does a family-owned electrical supply business stay competitive with giants like Home Depot and Lowe's?
A new leasing strategy is paying quick dividends for Tri-County Mall, which announced several new tenants.
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.
Introducing a new research tool that is intended to help everyone keep track of Cincinnati’s developing startup scene: The WCPO Startup Registry is a searchable database that all users can update.
When it comes to jeans, many guys may think it's a matter of the more the merrier. Now Cincinnati's Noble Denim is betting men will take the "less is more" approach: opting for a few pairs of custom-made jeans, for a price.
While LOC Card has yet to hit it big in its own Tri-State backyard, the company has high hopes based on early consumer research and success in another region of the country.
The Cincinnati startup's signature product PillBox helps people remember to take their medications according to doctor's orders.
The Easy-Bake Oven? UNO? Cincinnati has a serious history in toys and games. Now a local group is using Linkedin to build on this heritage.
John Matarese reports on the wait for ignition switch repairs
A dangerous new phishing scam is targeting the sensitive information of millions of Netflix users.
Eight local doctors were among 4,000 nationwide who received more than $1 million in Medicare payments in 2012, newly released data shows. Search our database to see how your physician fared.
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