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Q&A with Noel Gauthier, founder of Losantiville

To fulfill a need upon graduation, Noel Gauthier and his partners wanted a place they could run their individual business, yet maintain a collaborative atmosphere to could pool our resources. So they created Losantiville Collective in Over-the-Rhine.

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As CyrusOne thrives, Cincinnati Bell eyes spinoff

Cincinnati Bell is studying a spinoff or IPO for its thriving CyrusOne colocation business, the company said yesterday. The move could allow Cincinnati Bell to benefit from investor interest in the data center and cloud computing sector, while shifting significant capital expenses off the telecom company’s balance sheet.

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Venture for America comes to Cincinnati

Ivy League senior Ethan Carlson recently turned down a job with a global-energy consulting practice and instead pledged to spend two years working for an entrepreneur with Venture for American, perhaps with a focus on renewable energy, in a struggling U.S. city, which may be Cincinnati.

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Hollywood returns to Ohio in upcoming movie shoots

Oscar-winning actor Ben Kingsley will star in the latest movie set to film in Ohio, which has been courting Hollywood with state tax incentives. The Ohio Department of Development said Tuesday that credits totaling more than $1.5 million have been approved for two more movies.

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Venture for America comes to Cincinnati

Ivy League senior Ethan Carlson recently turned down a job with a global-energy consulting practice and instead pledged to spend two years working for an entrepreneur, perhaps with a focus on renewable energy, in a struggling U.S. city, including Cincinnati.

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Pass It Forward: Bad Girls Ventures Invests in women entrepreneurs

Women 2.0 interviews Candace Klein, Founder & CEO of Bad Girls Ventures -- a non-profit, micro-finance organization focused on educating and financing woman-owned start-up companies.

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Cincinnati voters clear the way for streetcar, joining national trend

This time it’s real.  Cincinnati voters have (again) defeated a misguided attempt to block the city’s new streetcar, which now will move forward and could be operational as early as 2013.

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DAAP professor makes DI's list of 25 most admired educators of 2012

Each year, DesignIntelligence honors excellence in education and education administration by naming 25 exemplary professionals in these fields. The 2012 class of education role models was selected by DesignIntelligence staff with extensive input from thousands of design professionals, academic department heads, and students, one of the chosen teachs at UC's DAAP.

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A Twitter push to keep Chiquita from splitting town

Cincinnati and Charlotte, N.C., are similar in size and culture, and now they are going head to head in an effort to gain the favor of Chiquita. The fruit company is considering moving its Cincinnati headquarters, taking more than 300 jobs with it. Using Twitter to communicate directly with the company's chief executive officer, Fernando Aguirre, both cities are fighting for the jobs, in what is now being called, 'The Tale of Two Hashtags."

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Cincinnati's Jim Price named one of AdAge's Media Mavens

Jim Price is a decided contradiction to that old adage that "the first generation creates and the second preserves." Yes, Mr. Price is the son of Empower founder Mary Beth Price -- a former Advertising Age Media Maven -- and Empower's chairman and former CEO, Bill Price. But since the younger Mr. Price, 34, became president of the agency in 2009 and CEO late last year, he's hardly been standing pat.

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Can Twitter stop Chiquita from splitting Cincinnati?

A group of mostly marketing and advertising executives from Cincinnati today launched a Tweet campaign to keep Chiquita, its Twitter-loving CEO Fernando Aguirre and its roughly 400 jobs in Cincinnati.

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Humana adding 200 jobs at new Springdale office

Humana Inc. announced plans to place 650 associates – 200 of those jobs new to Greater Cincinnati – in a newly leased 175,000-square-foot office space at the Executive Centre office complex in Springdale, Ohio, by December 2012.

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Satellite college campuses boom in area

Cincinnati State Technical and Community College is nearing a deal that could bring a branch campus to city-owned buildings in downtown Middletown. The college plans to offer a variety of programs including hospitality, allied health and associate degrees in a market Miami has dominated for decades.

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Biotech jobs flourishing in Ohio

Ohio's bioscience industry continues to grow and succeed despite the economic downturn with many facilities, including Mammotome in Cincinnati. Nearly $2.4 billion was invested in Ohio in 2010. 

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UC research digs deep into the fracking controversy

A new growing industry promises jobs and access to cheaper energy resources on American soil. But this process raises concern and controversy as "fracking" involves using millions of gallons of water, sand, and chemical to break up organic-rich shale to release natural gases. A University of Cincinnati doctoral student of geography, Deborah Kittner, has been researching this topic and will present "What's the Fracking Problem?" at the Association of American Geographers annual meeting.

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