Ohio Business Review
The Ohio State University is set to open a new research and development center for battery cells in Ohio shortly, which is expected to boost domestic production of battery-cell materials and manufacturing methods.
In Appalachia, poverty has remained deeply rooted. Compared to their counterparts in the rest of the state, the 32 Ohio counties located in the Appalachian foothills struggle in almost every economic category.
The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission is Conducting a Study to Assess Intel’s Impact Outside of Central Ohio
Ohio officials are trying to determine how much Intel’s $20 billion “mega-site” project will impact the lives of citizens living an hour or two away from the tech giant’s facility in New Albany.
The Downtown Exchange, a revitalization initiative with the goal of fostering small company growth and economic development in downtown Zanesville, recently opened on August 14,
The Board of Directors of Park-Ohio Holdings Corp. (NASDAQ: PKOH) announced that they will be distributing a quarterly cash dividend of $0.125 per share to all outstanding common stockholders.
The owners of Blum’s Party Goods in South Euclid tell News 5 that they take great delight in assisting individuals in celebrating that unique day or time in their lives.
Based in Hamilton, OH, the business provides high-end professionalism and in-depth restorations in and around the local area, including Lake Norris, Dale Hollow, and Lake Cumberland. They know that every detail counts.
Cleveland is trailing behind Columbus in Ohio’s business race, and municipal officials cite several factors for this, with a significant one being the lack of available “shovel-ready land”
Advocates in Ohio have received approval from the Ohio Ballot Board to collect signatures for a ballot initiative to raise the state’s minimum wage to $15 an hour by November 2024.