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Daily Candy names ChoreMonster app of the day

You play the do-you-want-dessert card to get your little excuse-maker to help around the house.
 
When he starts to call your bluff, look to ChoreMonster. The free web-based tool (soon to be released as iPhone and iPad apps) motivates kids to do everything from clean their bedrooms to feed the dog with interactive checklists and graphics. 

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Salon highlights Cincinnati's Community Entertainment Districts

Salon.com writes: A great example of urban entertainment is Cincinnati, where, rather than busting in with relocation plans and a branding scheme, the city has designated five neighborhoods Community Entertainment Districts where aspiring restaurateurs can simply get a liquor license directly from the state for about $1,500, rather than on the open market where they cost up to $30,000.

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Cincinnati offers Toledo a model in crime fight

University of Cincinnati Journalism alum Taylor Dungjen, a cops and crime reporter for the Toledo Blade, returned to her college home town to report on an innovative initiative that is having an impact in Northern Ohio.
 
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Cincinnati dumps Duke Energy

Today, Duke Energy found out that more than 50,000 commercial and residential electricity users in the city of Cincinnati, Ohio, are dumping Duke and shifting to 100 percent clean energy. Cincinnati is a trendsetter: it is the first city in Ohio, and the first of its size in the nation, to go 100 percent green.
 
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Cincinnati is launchpad to revamp job training

This week in Cincinnati, the Kasich administration brought together GE Aviation, Duke Energy, health-care providers, Cincinnati State Technical and Community College, the University of Cincinnati, technical schools and business groups such as the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber to discuss how they can be the business community’s “first responders” to help them fill their employment needs.
 
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Fifth Third 1Q earnings quadruple after Vantiv IPO

Fifth Third Bancorp reported sharply higher first-quarter net income Thursday, thanks in part to the regional bank's stake in the payment processor Vantiv.
 
Cincinnati-based Fifth Third reported net income of $421 million, or 45 cents per share. That compares with $88 million, or 10 cents per share, reported in the same period last year. Analysts surveyed by FactSet expected the bank to earn 35 cents per share, on average.

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Health jobs grow in Cincinnati region

Hospitals in the Cincinnati region had more than 3,500 job openings at the end of 2011, a 26 percent increase from 2010, according to the newest annual vacancy report by Greater Cincinnati Health Council released Wednesday.

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P&G's pampered investors

Procter & Gamble is hardly a gamble.
 
Given the consumer products giant's stable of leading brands and history of delivering steady earnings, the stock is a quintessential 'buy and hold' investment.
 
Late Friday, Procter & Gamble (ticker: PG) announced that it would increase its quarterly dividend by 7%, to 56.2 cents a share.

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Cincinnati startups get help from top college grads

Venture for America chose Cincinnati as one of its initial launch cities, and Time Magazine features Define My Style, a Cincinnati startup, that is recruiting through the initiative.

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P&G Mentors Start-Ups at the Brandery on Their Image

In a world where image is key, start-ups often find themselves playing catch up. Marketing advice for start-ups is now available through relatively new "incubator" programs, like the Brandery, a Cincinnati-based program that pairs tech start-up founders with mentors from big marketers like Procter & Gamble, as well as major branding agencies.
 
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Smart Growth America interviews Mayor Mallory

Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory is on a mission to support economic development in his city, and he’s using smart growth and downtown development strategies to accomplish that goal.

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Ohio accelerators get $760,000 in latest round of Ohio Third Frontier grants

Cleveland, Cincinnati and Columbus accelerators that invest in healthcare startups are recipients of some of the $760,000 in new grant funds approved by the Ohio Third Frontier Commission this week.

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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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