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Horse owner Ahmed Zayat announced said Thursday his stabled has come to a settlement agreement with Cincinnati-based Fifth Third bank regarding loan issues, according to a report in the Lexington Herald-Leader. The settlement would restructure Zayat's loans with the bank, and would spread payments over five years, the paper said. Twitter on Thursday settled a Federal Trade Commission investigation that had studied the privacy and security protection the fast-growing services offers to users, according to a report in the New York Times. A lease agreement to build the Moerlein Lager House on Cincinnati’s riverfront is ready ...
It has a range of media including 41 primary metropolitan weekly publications, which reach 4 million readers with business community related news, and Bizjournals , the online version of those newspapers. It also controls the Street & Smith's Sports Group, which publishes motorsports periodicals, as well as SportsBusiness Journal , SportsBusiness Daily , and five sports annuals; as well as The Sporting News and its radio subsidiary, Sporting News Radio . The company is the United States' leading publisher of NASCAR magazines. The company also publishes specialty publications, which include a high-tech business ...
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New Courier index measures Cincinnati's ecological health ...
After decades of working to clean its smoky skies and polluted waterways, the Steel City also has become a model for green building and sustainable design. “In Pittsburgh, the environmental cause wasn’t just some annoying interruption of business as usual,” said Mark Muro, director of policy for the Metropolitan Policy Program at the Brookings Institution in Washington, D.C. “They were able to overcome the presumed risk between green and economic prosperity early, and that has allowed focus and the ability to solve problems.” In Cincinnati, though, the story is different. Our dependence on coal, ... market research, surveys and trends
OIG, GAO talk healthcare fraud as Health Alliance settles--again ...
with the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) in a case involving ex-member The Christ Hospital, the Health Alliance of Greater Cincinnati has struck yet another deal to resolve allegations that its network hospitals violated the Anti-Kickback Statute and the False Claims Act. This time the Health Alliance, two member hospitals (Fort Hamilton Hospital and University Hospital) and a physician group will pay $2.6 million to settle claims that the hospitals were involved in a kickback-for-referral scheme related to interventional cardiology procedures, reports the Business Courier of Cincinnati . The action: It's testimony season ... market research, surveys and trends

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Poll: Obama's lead picks up in Ohio despite Palin pick - Business ...
The public buzz following Barack Obama’s acceptance of the Democratic presidential nomination quickly took a backseat to news of Republican hopeful John McCain’s vice presidential pick, but the Democrat senator appears to have regained a slight edge with voters in Ohio even after the GOP convention. The Quinnipiac University Polling Institute reported Thursday that its latest survey shows Obama with 49 percent support among those polled in Ohio to McCain’s 44 percent. The institute surveyed 1,367 likely Ohio voters from Sept. 5, the day after the GOP convention, to Tuesday. In a similar poll conducted Aug. ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Retail roundup: Big chains with Colorado stores report March sales ...
Many of the nation’s largest retailers with stores in Colorado -- including Target, Macy's, Kohl's, JCPenney, Costco, Nordstrom and more -- are reporting February sales figures Thursday. Overall, many of the nation's major retail chains reported improved March results, signaling that consumers are increasingly confident about venturing into stores after the recession. Here’s a roundup of March retailer sales results as reported by the DBJ’s sister papers in the companies’ headquarters cities. (This report will be updated through the day as retail results come in.) • Target Corp. industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Ohio Supreme Court Ruling OKs Firing of Vorys Sater
in Cincinnati had his budget cut two years ago, he fought back by mounting a legal challenge against the county government's pricey contract with outside firm Vorys, Sater, Seymour and Pease . Last week, Ohio's highest court ruled in favor of Deters, nixing a pact that reportedly paid Vorys Sater nearly $17 million over the past eight years. The Cincinnati Enquirer reports that Deters won a court fight against Hamilton County's Board of Commissioners when the Ohio Supreme Court handed down its ruling on June 9. At issue was the board's decision to hire Vorys Sater and commercial real estate ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
OIG, GAO talk healthcare fraud as Health Alliance settles--again--with DOJ
with the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) in a case involving ex-member The Christ Hospital, the Health Alliance of Greater Cincinnati has struck yet another deal to resolve allegations that its network hospitals violated the Anti-Kickback Statute and the False Claims Act. This time the Health Alliance, two member hospitals (Fort Hamilton Hospital and University Hospital) and a physician group will pay $2.6 million to settle claims that the hospitals were involved in a kickback-for-referral scheme related to interventional cardiology procedures, reports the Business Courier of Cincinnati . The action: It's testimony season ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Miami tops local biz schools in Businessweek ranking - Business ...
Mar 2, 2009 ... Business Courier of Cincinnati. The Farmer School of Business at Miami University cracked the top 20 in Businessweek 's Best Business ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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WXIX-TV Vice President and General Manager Bill Lanesey announced Atherton’s pending departure in a press release. Dan Carroll, FOX19's morning news anchor, will serve in Atherton’s place, aside co-ancher Tricia Macke, until a successor is named. Lanesey joined WXIX in October from KPLR-TV in St. Louis. “We are disappointed about Jack’s decision to leave the station. Having said that, we have nothing but the highest regard for Jack and the manner in which he came to this decision,” Lanesey said in the release. “Jack brought an entrepreneurial spirit to FOX19 when he arrived 15 years ago and he has always been one of the ...
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