NE Ohio Business Roundup

NE Ohio Business Roundup
  1. Feds charge Northeast Ohioan with running nationwide mortgage rescue scheme

    Robert Walker, 43, of North Royalton, convinced struggling homeowners to pay roughly $1,995 apiece or 1% of their mortgage and#8211; whichever was higher -- with direct mail and radio ads that 'guaranteed' mortgage modifications.
  2. University of Akron uses infomercial to urge students to graduate in timely manner

    The cheesy videos, being shared with students via email and crafted like low-budget infomercials, are part of the universityand#8217;s larger Finish In Time (F.I.T.) effort. UA is urging students to take at least 15 credit hours each semester, noting that itand#8217;s the same price as taking 12 and leads to on-time graduation.
  3. Campaign finance reports: Kasich with $4.6 million for re-election, FitzGerald with $248,000

    Gov. John Kasich has almost $4.6 million left to wind up his re-election campaign and#8211; almost 20 times the amount of his opponent. Democrat Ed FitzGerald has less than a quarter million dollars remaining, campaign finance reports filed today show.
  4. Wrangler will remain body-on-frame, sources say; production likely to stay in Toledo as a result

    City and union officials have been fighting for weeks to keep the Wrangler in its historical home.
  5. Mentor OKs grant for motorsports piston maker

    City Council this week approved a 10-year Mentor Incentive Grant totaling $350,000 for Wiseco Piston Company, headquartered at 7201 Industrial Park Blvd.
  6. FirstEnergy Corp. partners with Stark State for program to train utility line, substation workers

    The Power Systems Institute is a two-year program that combines utility skills at an Ohio Edison training facility with technical coursework in a Stark State classroom.
  7. Major League Gamingand#8217;s Columbus arena set to open

    The opening tournament at Major League Gamingand#8217;s new Columbus arena is this weekend. But if you didnand#8217;t get your tickets weeks ago, youand#8217;re out of luck: The event is sold out.
  8. Big bank moving downtown Cincinnati employees

    San Francisco-based financial institution Wells Fargo is moving employees from its Commercial Banking and Insurance divisions to the Sawyer Point Building, 720 E. Pete Rose Way
  9. Strike authorization, no confidence resolution approved by YSU faculty

    The union representing about 400 Youngstown State University faculty members voted to authorize a strike and approved a resolution of 'no confidence' in the board of trustees and the administration.
  10. NAACP likes Cincinnati for 2016 convention

    Cincinnati could land the NAACP Annual Convention in 2016, drawing thousands of delegates from around the country, millions of dollars and likely presidential candidates.
  11. Patrick Dugan returns to Squire Patton Boggs from Medical Mutual

    Patrick Dugan has returned to the Columbus office of Squire Patton Boggs, joining its health-care law practice with insurance industry perspective after five years with Medical Mutual of Ohio.
  12. New Columbus Hofbrauhaus set to open

    Saying the Hofbrauhaus is much-anticipated isn't hyperbole. The restaurant and beer hall is set to open next Tuesday, Oct. 28, and though its owners said they are hoping for a subdued first few weeks of business before a more formal grand opening event in November, they're probably not going to get that wish.
  13. RubberDucks to add Apple Pay at Canal Park for 2015 season

    The team said it is the first in minor league baseball and the first professional team based in Ohio to adopt the new technology.
  14. Ed FitzGerald and Anita Rios keep it friendly as they debate without Gov. John Kasich

    Cuyahoga County Executive Ed FitzGerald had hoped to be on the stage Wednesday night under much different circumstances.
  15. Through NextStep, small businesses learn how to rise with a Cleveland neighborhood

    From Ohio City to Tremont to Waterloo, a shrinking city is star dusted with neighborhoods growing as arts and entertainment districts. The purpose of NextStep is to make sure existing neighborhood businesses participate in the renaissance.
  16. Procter and Gamble CEO contender, others out amid reshuffle

    Procter and Gamble head of North American operations Melanie Healey will leave the company next year. Considered one of five top executives considered front-runners to succeed CEO A.G. Lafley, Healey will retire June 30, 2015, company officials confirmed.
  17. Student entrepreneurs from Case Western Reserve University and Kent State University to compete in New York City

    Students from Case Western Reserve University and Kent State University who have created startup companies will compete Tuesday, Oct. 28 in New York City in the first Blackstone LaunchPad Demo Day.
  18. AP stands by Obamacare story, Gov. John Kasich's team says audio proves he was taken out of context

    The Associated Press is defending itself against criticism from Ohio Gov. John Kasich, who says the news organization "got it wrong" Monday when it reported that he spoke positively of Obamacare and its long-term future.
  19. State is holding Southwest Ohio transit meeting at site that's not accessible by transit

    Greater Cincinnati residents calling for better public transportation will have a chance next week to tell Gov. John Kasich's administration what they want from the state.
  20. Sinclair Community College unveils indoor drone range

    The fieldhouse at Sinclair Community College is known as Building 8, but soon it will be the site of the largest indoor drone flying range in Ohio.
  21. Lorain judge's public corruption case might be transferred to Cuyahoga County

    Lorain County Common Pleas Court Judge James Burgeand#8217;s public corruption case could be headed to another jurisdiction.
  22. FitzGerald criticized for not telling employees, council after two workers sent home over Ebola concern

    Two Cuyahoga County Council members criticized County Executive Ed FitzGerald's administration on Tuesday for not informing county employees that two of their colleagues were sent home because of their indirect contact with a woman who later tested positive for Ebola.
  23. Summit County devotes about 30 public health workers to Ebola response

    About 30 Summit County public health employees have been working daily and#8212; and well into most nights and#8212; since a Texas nurse tested positive for Ebola last week shortly after visiting the Akron area.
  24. Multistate oil and gas confab gives Ohio officials look at the future

    Ohio oil and gas officials often say that the state's Utica shale play still is in its infancy. It's a common refrain made to temper any outsized ambitions about the current state of hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling in the eastern part of the state.
  25. Lordstown solar installation project largest in Western Hemisphere for General Motors

    General Motors Lordstown has yet another title from the company. In addition to being home to the Chevrolet Cruze, GMand#8217;s best-selling car, the largest GM plant in the U.S. and the most productive in North America, Lordstown also will be the GM plant with the largest solar installation project in the Western Hemisphere, GM announced Tuesday.

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