Kenwood Towne Place developer Matt Daniels faces a Dec. 5 trial on bank fraud and other charges. Jury selection starts Monday.
It probably wouldn't surprise you to learn that Kroger Co. tracks a lot of numbers as it operates more than 2,400 stores nationwide. But did you know it keeps statistics on conviction rates?
Macy's Inc. is testing a new app that tracks shoppers inside a store, but only if they want to be tracked.
Cincinnati's economy is improving but it will continue to lag the national recovery in 2014, a panel of economists told local business leaders Wednesday.
Better marketing and new product launches are key elements of Procter & Gamble's latest attempts to revive its beauty lines. Analysts wonder if that's enough.
Beckfield College hired InfoTrust to analyze its digital marketing effectiveness. Now, it's spending 30 percent less to find prospective new students.
The new owners of Sycamore Plaza are losing an anchor tenant. Barnes & Noble says it tried but couldn't come to terms on a lease extension.
California investors will see more Cincinnati startups thanks to a new business relationship between Cintrifuse and Upfront Ventures IV of Los Angeles.
Developer David Birdsall thinks he was given "a rare opportunity" when his company bought Kenwood Towne Place out of foreclosure. Now that he's landed a Saks Fifth Avenue store, he's more convinced he made the right decision.
Saks Fifth Avenue has signed a letter of intent to relocate its downtown store to Kenwood by 2016.
Two University of Cincinnati researchers are developing an lighting system that would store and distribute sunlight to where it's needed indoors. A commercial real estate expert sees significant potential for the idea.
Developers are planning nearly 1,600 new apartment units downtown. That's eight times the area's projected population growth, according to some estimates.
Procter & Gamble has told the city of Hamilton to expect a $50 million investment and $17.5 million annual payroll from new packaging subsidiary bound for a new home on Symmes Road.
The downtown rental market is stronger than ever. So, why is the city subsidizing it like it is weak?
Horseshoe Casino Cincinnati ranked second among local casino rivals in October. Its $18.2 million in revenue was about $1 million less than Hollywood Casino in Lawrenceburg.
The city of Cincinnati has received no response since business leaders sent letters urging Saks Fifth Avenue to stay downtown.
Another week of bargaining has failed to produce a new contract for 12,000 local Kroger employees meaning the old contract is extended through March 1.
Kroger, Fifth Third Bank and Omnicare were singled out by federal regulators this week in unrelated cases alleging corporate misdeeds.
Nielsen executives recently offered a behind-the-scenes look at one of their newest research tools: The human brain.
A California research firm has published a list of Cincinnati's top 25 retirement plans. Where does your company rank?
Dan covers the Cincinnati business community from a consumer's point of view, explaining how board room decisions impact our jobs, our economy and the products we see on store shelves. He's approaching 20 years as a business reporter, including 18 years at the Cincinnati Business Courier.