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Evolution Capital portfolio company Monolith Software acquires part of England's TDB Fusion Group
The Cleveland-based private equity firm's Texas-based software company, which focuses on assurance and management tools, will increase its speed to market with the purchase of physical and intellectual property related to the development of TDB's Federos software.
Ohio's unemployment rate rose to 5.2% in July
The June rate was 5%. Total nonagricultural wage and salary employment actually increased slightly over the month, by 1,600 jobs, to 5,538,100 in July from a revised 5,536,500 in June. But the number of workers unemployed in Ohio rose to 300,000 last month from June's figure of 291,000.
Good problem to have: Bill Simmons tweet crashes WFNY server
Jessica Forrester's column on The Ringer writer Shea Serrano generated tweets by Serrano and later, Bill Simmons. The viral moment brought a lot of traffic, and a temporary stop to the Cleveland sports website.
House conservatives split over debt ceiling as showdown nears
House conservatives split over debt ceiling as showdown nears BLOOMBERG - House conservatives are split over how to approach the upcoming debate over the nation’s debt limit, with some resigned to raising it with little drama and others gearing up for a standoff over federal spending levels that could result in an unprecedented default. David Schweikert, a member of the conservative House Freedom Caucus, says he doesn’t want to risk a showdown that analysts warn could shake markets and faith in the credit-worthiness of the U.S. The Arizona Republican,
Here’s how much FC Cincinnati’s potential MLS franchise could be worth
FC Cincinnati has a chance to become one of the more valuable Major League Soccer franchises if it’s selected as an expansion franchise, according to a Forbes magazine annual study of MLS franchise valuations.
Check out the winners of our 2017 C-Suite Awards: PHOTOS
The Cincinnati Business Courier announced the winners of the third annual C-Suite Awards during a ceremony at the Renaissance Cincinnati Hotel, at 36 E. Fourth St. downtown, on Thursday night. A crowd of about 400 people gathered as top executives from some of the region's businesses and nonprofits were recognized for their leadership and performance. To see who was in attendance and how the event unfolded, click on the images above. Of the 34 finalists, nine were chosen as winners in four categories. CEO…
​Businessman tapped to lead board of Cincinnati hospital's foundation
Spencer Cropper, co-president of Blue Ash-based Stolle Properties Inc., has been elected chairman of the board of the Bethesda Foundation Inc. The foundation is the fundraising arm for Bethesda Hospital North in Montgomery as well as Blue Ash-based Hospice of Cincinnati and Fernside – A Center for Grieving Children. The Mary Jo Cropper Family Center for Breast Care on the campus of Bethesda North is named after Spencer Cropper’s mother, a Maineville resident who died in 2011. She was the daughter…
​P&G sues rival over razors
Procter & Gamble Co. claims its patents have been infringed upon in a lawsuit filed against rival shaving products maker Edgewell Personal Care Co. and its Wilkinson Sword Ltd. operation in the United Kingdom. The Cincinnati-based maker of consumer goods such as Gillette razors (NYSE: PG) said the suit focuses on Edgewell’s three-bladed private label razor cartridges, which are sold in major retail stores throughout the United Kingdom and other parts of Europe. The suit was filed Aug. 15 in the…
Retailer adds online sales with new eco-fashion line
A Columbus apparel brand is vying for consumers that believe in more than just their school of choice.
Super-customized web experience is on the way
In our 2017 survey for the web development companies List, we asked our respondents about the strongest trends their companies were seeing in web design. Scott Kasun, owner of ForeFront Web, dropped a line about big data and super-customized web experience. I asked Scott to expand a bit on the topic. Here are his answers, edited for length. Business First: You see the marrying of Big Data and web design as a major trend that will produce an extremely customized user experience. Can you give a few…
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