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NE Ohio Business Roundup

NE Ohio Business Roundup

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  1. Beacon Journal files complaint with Ohio Elections Commission over fake front page in ad by U.S. Rep. Bill Johnson

    With a congressional campaign planning to continue using an ad depicting a fictitious front page of the Akron Beacon Journal, the newspaper filed a complaint Thursday with the Ohio Elections Commission.
  2. Fast-casual pizza chain ready for central Ohio debut

    Blaze Fast-Fire'd Pizza isn't just fast in the kitchen. The Pasadena, Calif.-based restaurant chain's expansion has been rapid too. It has grown from 10 to 37 eateries in the last 10 months with a goal of 50 by the end of the year and plans to add another 60 in 2015.
  3. Ohio State president Drake: School needs to stay true to roots, serve working class

    Dr. Michael V. Drake has been asked repeatedly about his vision for Ohio State University. At his annual address to the University Senate Thursday, Drake gave a glimpse of what he sees for Ohio State.
  4. Pavand#8217;s Creamery and Hoppinand#8217; Frog team up to create Christmas beer ice cream

    Pavand#8217;s has teamed up with Hoppinand#8217; Frog Brewery in Akron and Acme Fresh Market to create Christmas Ale Ice Cream using the spiced Frosted Frog Christmas Ale.
  5. Huntington renews $2.5 million naming-rights deal for Toledo arena

    Huntington Bancshares Inc. will hold onto the second of its two naming-rights deals in Ohio by extending its sponsorship of Toledo's downtown arena.
  6. Akron Zoo breaks attendance record during Boo at the Zoo

    The Boo at the Zoo event drew the largest single day crowd in zoo history, as 6,658 people passed through the zoo gates. Zoo officials credit near-70 degree temperatures and expanded 11 a.m.-to-7 p.m. hours for the draw.
  7. Kroger chasing healthy customers with Simple Truth

    Kroger created a billion-dollar brand in less than two years with its natural food house label Simple Truth and on Wednesday executives predicted it will double its volume in a few years.
  8. Central Ohio companies seeking holiday workers at good pay

    An improving economy means more demand for workers to fill online orders at distribution centers, wait on customers at stores and deliver packages to homes.
  9. GrafTech sales and profits continue to slump, reflecting global steel making, weaker demand for consumer electronics

    The global maker of graphite rods used in steel making and engineered graphite components for electronics, including consumer electronics, on Thursday reported a 14% nosedive in sales to $260 million compared to year-ago third-quarter sales of $303 million.
  10. Cedar Point knocks down Hotel Breakers' historic entryway as two-year renovation project enters final phase

    The new entryway will feature a covered area for arriving guests, plus a shorter, more open area leading to the lobby. It will likely be among the more dramatic improvements to the hotel, which also will feature new furniture, bedding, flat-screen TVs and more, when it reopens in early May.
  11. Goodyear third-quarter earnings fall, but still beat analystsand#8217; expectations

    Goodyear Tireand#8217;s third-quarter net income fell 3% as tire sales fell around the world, but its adjusted earnings easily beat Wall Street expectations. Shares of the tiremaker rose more than 5% Wednesday afternoon.
  12. Many Ohio businesses didnand#8217;t claim part of settlement

    Plenty of Ohio businesses left money on the table when it comes to the $420 million settlement over workersand#8217; compensation premiums.
  13. Procter and Gamble exits 25 brands

    The Cincinnati-based consumer products giant announced it planned to carve Duracell batteries into a standalone company. It also said it has exited 25 other brands since mid-2013 as part of its broader reorganization that will ultimately cut 90 to 100 brands from its portfolio.
  14. Lake County group developing plans to attract 2016 GOP convention visitors

    The group includes a bipartisan mix of people from business, tourism and nonprofit organizations along with expertise from those who have attended past national political party conventions.
  15. Huntington moniker to stick on downtown Toledo arena through 2022

    Huntington National Bank said Wednesday it has agreed to pay $2.5 million to keep its name on Toledoand#8217;s downtown arena through 2022. Huntington paid $2.1 million in 2010 for the naming rights to what then was the 6-month-old Lucas County Arena.
  16. Jessica Biel, Patrick Wilson to star in movie to be filmed in Cincinnati

    'The Blunderer will be the fourth major motion picture filmed in the city in 13 months. A psychological thriller, 'The Blunderer' was adapted from a novel by Patricia Highsmith. Cate Blanchett's 'Carol' filmed in April also was based on a Highsmith novel.
  17. Study faults insurance industryand#8217;s response to climate change

    Extreme weather across the country the past several years has taken a toll on homeowners and communities, and on insurers.
  18. Kasich: Fracking tax is a and#8216;complete ripoffand#8217; for Ohioans

    A week before he likely will win a second term, Gov. John Kasich pledged to renew his efforts to increase taxes and regulations on Ohioand#8217;s oil and gas industry.
  19. FitzGerald: Health, economic policies hurting Ohio women

    Ohioand#8217;s health and economic policies are hurting women in the Buckeye State, said gubernatorial candidate Ed FitzGerald.
  20. Cleveland wants no-bid contract for agency run by Mayor Jackson's brother

    Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson's administration wants to award a $732,000, no-bid contract for training firefighters, rescue workers and police to Cuyahoga Community College's Public Safety Institute -- an agency that one of Jackson's brothers runs.
  21. Summit County health officials continue to monitor dozens as Ebola survivor who visited Akron area leaves hospital

    Local health officials said they were pleased to hear the Texas nurse who visited Northeast Ohio days before being diagnosed with Ebola has recovered from the deadly viral disease.
  22. Aultman Hospital nurses remain on leave until Saturday

    Five Aultman Hospital nurses who traveled on the same airplane as Ebola patient Amber Vinson will not return to work until Saturday.
  23. Scammers target Ohioand#8217;s unclaimed funds

    A company is tricking Ohioans into divulging personal information by asking them to call and find out if they have unclaimed funds.
  24. Scotts forms Hawthorne Gardening Co. to target Millennials

    Scotts Miracle-Gro Co. is forging ahead with plans to target the growing indoor and urban gardening market.
  25. Youngstown State opens only X-ray lab of its kind in Ohio

    When Jennifer Miller went to another university for an internship, she realized how fortunate she was to study chemistry at Youngstown State University.

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