Economic Development

Small Businesses Expect Strong Holiday Sales

NEW YORK -- Nearly half, 47%, of retailers expect holiday sales to be stronger this year than last, reports the American Express OPEN Small Business Holiday Monitor. And 36% of small-business owners overall anticipate the same level.

Small Towns Draw Tourists to Lawrence County

City, NYO in ‘Preliminary’ Talks on 20 Federal Place

Stambaugh to Become Doubletree by Hilton

WRPA Considers Sites for Brownfield Grant Applications

Ohio Seeks Applicants for Export Marketing Subsidies

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- The Ohio Development Services Agency is accepting applications for the 2015 Ohio International Market Access Grant for Exporters (IMAGE) program.

City Approves Incentives for Wells Building Renovation

Penn-Northwest Helps Lead Rebound of Mercer County

Cleveland Fed Disputes Conventional Wisdom

CLEVELAND -- The conventional wisdom, buttressed by economic studies, holds that unemployment insurance deters those laid off from trying to find other work.

Ohio Business Filings Up in October, Year-to-Date

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- A total of 8,300 new entities filed to do business in Ohio in October compared to 8,052 ib October 2013, reports the office of Secretary of State Jon Husted.


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