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Wisdom comes from many places
John Campanelli - Someday I want to open my own business, a small egg farm maybe or a microbrewery — or a combination of the two. “Eggs and a Keg,” I’ll call it. If that ever happens, I figure I’ll have two paths to success: I can put in years of toil, make all the mistakes other people have made, learn from those mistakes and then flourish — all by the time I’m 80 or so. Or I can simply talk to successful business owners, ask them to reveal why their businesses thrive
Republican debate packs the house for local hotels
Republican debate packs the house for local hotels Dan Shingler - With about 4,500 ticket holders and an unknown number of media representatives coming downtown for the Aug. 6 Republican primary debate of presidential candidates, hotels in the city center expect to be full to capacity — even if Quicken Loans Arena won't be. Most of the big downtown hotels report that they are either sold out already, or expect to be in the days leading up to the event. “A lot of hotels, us included, already had a large group base over that time frame, so our
Going Places: Aug. 3-9, 2015
ENGINEERING PARSONS BRINCKERHOFF: Nancy Lyon-Stadler to senior principal engineer. FINANCIAL SERVICE BDO USA LLP: Kelly Carmen and Zachary Komoroski to tax associates; Richard McCleary to STS actuarial senior manager; Allison Zdelar, Jim Morrison and Addison Hart to STS GES associates; Josh Izworski to field exam manager; Stephen Kresnye and Ilaisaane Tyree to audit seniors; Kimberly Williams to OFS senior. CORRIGAN KRAUSE: Henry F. Gingerich to director; Aaron C. Apathy and Michael C. Bigrigg
Mentoring, half-time work help NASA Glenn address aging workforce
Mentoring, half-time work help NASA Glenn address aging workforce Chuck Soder - Kathleen Needham was supposed to retire from NASA Glenn Research Center back in May. If that would have happened, nearly 40 years' worth of experience would have walked out the door with her. But it didn't happen. In April, Needham heard that NASA was about to launch a phased retirement program. It's designed to help the federal space agency's aging workforce ease into their Golden Years — and pass along their knowledge in the process. So in June, Needham became the first NASA Glenn
Reporters' Notebook: Aug. 3, 2015
The phrase “population health” might be cliché to many working in health care today, but for The MetroHealth System, it’s a way of doing business. So much so, in fact, that the health system is hiring for the newly created position of senior vice president of population health. The idea is to find someone who can help accelerate MetroHealth’s transformation from a health system that only cares for people when they’re sick into one that keeps people healthy.
Bright lights, big money: Bridgestone and Hall of Fame induction week is key for Akron, Canton
Bright lights, big money: Bridgestone and Hall of Fame induction week is key for Akron, Canton Kevin Kleps - On Thursday, Aug. 6, 22-year-old Jordan Spieth will headline a group of professional golfers competing for a $1.57 million first prize at the Bridgestone Invitational in Akron. That same night, about 15 miles south (a 19-minute drive, according to Google Maps) of Firestone Country Club, more than 100 Pro Football Hall of Famers will be among a crowd of 4,000 for the annual Gold Jacket Dinner at the Canton Memorial Civic Center. The sports couldn't be more different. But for Northeast Ohio, the
The Week: July 27- Aug. 2, 2015
The Week: July 27- Aug. 2, 2015The big story: The University of Akron’s EJ Thomas Hall shut down Monday as staff members were laid off as part of the university’s effort to address a $60 million deficit. The university said it will no longer promote outside events at the venue. EJ Thomas will still host academic programs and be available for rent. Akron Mayor Jeff Fusco said that he believes this is not the last gasp for the venue, which “has been a significant component of quality of life our citizens
What's New for Aug. 3-9, 2015: Line of tabletop sign holders from Post-Up Stand, Maple Heights
What's New for Aug. 3-9, 2015: Line of tabletop sign holders from Post-Up Stand, Maple HeightsThe large-format printed signage and trade show display supplier says its new line of tabletop sign holders “is aimed at an upscale market.” The display line features metal bases, as well as a few acrylic holders, for promotional signage “that can be used in high-end department stores, hotel lobbies or any reception area,” according to the company. Post-Up Stand says the tabletop display line features bond paper prints and PVC boards, the latter of which uses a UV
Crain's editorial: Draw a line
Finally there’s movement to bring real reform to the way congressional and legislative districts are drawn in Ohio. Some efforts are further along in the process than others, but we are at least heading in the right direction after decades of partisan nonsense that had politicians picking their voters rather than voters picking their politicians. For almost half a century, Ohio politicians have gamed the system that allows the majority party to redraw congressional and legislative
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