NE Ohio Business Roundup

NE Ohio Business Roundup
  1. Five Guys restaurant making another bid to open in Mentor

    It appears that the wait is over. Five Guys Burgers and Fries again is actively pursuing a Mentor location.
  2. FitzGerald's political misfortunes subject of jokes by Cuyahoga County Council

    Democratic County Executive Ed FitzGerald's political struggles became the butt of jokes among County Council members before and during a Tuesday afternoon meeting.
  3. Amazon joining Facebook and Google with huge Midwest plans

    Just a handful of billion-dollar data center developments dot the country, owned by Internet giants such as Microsoft, Facebook and Google.
  4. What does Burger King see in Tim Hortons that Wendyand#8217;s didnand#8217;t?

    Eight years after splitting up with one major U.S. burger chain, Tim Hortons is getting hitched to another.
  5. Lorain adds building, housing and planning director

    A familiar face will take the helm of Lorain's Department of Building, Housing and Planning.
  6. Dayton region a player in growing drone market

    Sinclair Community College unveiled plans Tuesday for the renovation of an existing downtown Dayton campus building into a $5 million UAS Training and Certification Center, one more step advocates say for the region to position itself as a leader in a multi-billion dollar future market.
  7. State tax problems shutter Cincinnati restaurant on The Banks

    The state shut down long-troubled Mahogany's restaurant for failing to pay its taxes, but the owner called Tuesday's closure a misunderstanding and said she'll reopen on The Banks within days.
  8. Mahoning, Trumbull, Columbiana counties reject salt bids through state program

    Some Mahoning Valley communities will be reaching out to Ohioand#8217;s attorney general about increased road-salt prices, while others continue to decide the next step.
  9. eyes $1.1 billion investment in Central Ohio

    The online retailing giant and web hosting companyand#8217;s Vadata Inc. data center affiliate was approved for two state tax credits worth more than $81 million from the Ohio Tax Credit Authority to locate a data center project here. A 15-year, 100% sales tax exemption for the facility will help create 120 jobs.
  10. Ohio spending record a $165.6 million with minority firms

    The state of Ohio spent a record $165.6 million with minority-owned businesses in the fiscal year that ended June 30. A record number of minority-owned firms and#8211; 282 and#8211; are also doing business with the state.
  11. After sale of homebuilder, Pulte signs replacing Dominionand#8217;s

    Pulte Homes signs replaced Dominion Homes signs yesterday throughout central Ohio subdivisions, the first visible sign of a major change in central Ohio homebuilding. Pulte, the huge Atlanta-based homebuilder, announced it had acquired Dominion, which means that for the first time, the largest builder in central Ohio will not be based in the area.
  12. Ohio Power Citing Board approves extension for first phase of Buckeye Wind Project in Champaign County until 2018

    The decision was important for the wind farm because the certificate to build the project was scheduled to expire in March of next year. If the request for an extension was turned down, it would mean construction of the wind farm would have to begin.
  13. Plane crashes in Willoughby Hills; multiple people dead

    Multiple people are dead after a small plane crashed on Bishop Road in Willoughby Hills. About 10 p.m. Monday, Aug. 25 the plane went down on that road, which dissects Cuyahoga County Airport. Willoughby Hills assistant fire chief Tom Talcott said he could not confirm how many individuals died but said the Lake County coroner was on the scene.
  14. Cincinnati-area firm CFM International wins $2 billion jet order

    Singapore-based aircraft leasing company BOC Aviation plans to order 100 LEAP-1B engines to power 50 new Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft. It's also ordering CFM56-7BE engines to power 30 additional Boeing Next-Generation 737s.
  15. Mayor Michael Coleman has put out welcome mat for immigrants in Columbus

    A woman asked Coleman 10 years ago if he could build a fence around her neighborhood to keep out the growing number of African, Latino and other immigrants who were making the city their home.
  16. CoGo's first year was an uphill climb

    CoGo Bike Share patrons have taken more than 60,000 trips since the service launched last summer. City officials and CoGo representatives say they're pleased with the bike share's first year.
  17. New development near Xavier adding life to campus

    The 180-unit, 480-bed housing offering is a component of University Station, a 20-acre, mixed-use development straddling Evanston and Norwood.
  18. Cleveland brothers create NOOMA, a low-sugar, no-acid alternative to other sports drinks

    NOOMA ("NOO-ma") is short for "no more acid," what the Smith brothers most love about their drinks. The formula was developed with the help of Kristin Kirkpatrick, a registered dietician and nutrition expert in Cleveland.
  19. Duke Energy unloads nine Ohio power plants, cites market volatility

    Duke Energy has sold its nine coal and natural gas power plants in Ohio to Illinois' biggest coal-plant operator for $2.8 billion. It's the first electric utility operating in Ohio to divest its plants, but it might not be the last.
  20. Rise Pies wants to take Valley pizza national

    The initial plan for Rise Pies was to open the first store in a mall that is nearing completion in Sarasota, Fla., but then the opportunity came up to start the company in the Valley.
  21. Apanius to lead LCCC's Research and Development sensor project

    Matt Apanius, director of the Richard Desich SMART Communications Center for Microsystems, will lead Lorain County Community College's Research and Development project with sensors and will provide an update on sensor technology and future job growth.
  22. State board to review Buckeye wind farm certificate

    Everpower Renewables, the company in charge of the project, has sought an extension of the certificate citing several ongoing legal fights over various aspects of the project.

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