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JobsOhio report: Big increase in new jobs, capital investments mark busy 2017 for Ohio businesses

Ohio's private economic development arm has touted its results from last year - JobsOhio worked on 272 projects with regional and local partners that committed to create 22,788 new jobs, $1.1 billion in new payroll and $9.6 billion in new capital investments in the state, according to the corporation's annual report.
New jobs wer ... (full story)

Down market

Dear Mr. Berko: What's your opinion of the current stock market? Why has the market collapsed so much the past month? Some investors blame President Donald Trump's appointment of hawkish Jay Powell, Marvin Goodfriend and Loretta Mester to guide the Federal Reserve. Others say that 2018 will be good for the economy. Others predict a ... (full story)

Home sales dip gives renovators, appliance sellers a boost

Home sales dip gives renovators, appliance sellers a boost

NEW YORK (AP) — A slowdown in home sales is creating opportunities for small businesses like home renovators and appliance dealers.
Business is up at Brad Beldon's home exterior renovation company, which does roofing, windows, siding and other work in 15 markets across the country. Many of Beldon's customers are homeowners ... (full story)

Youngstown amphitheater project set to begin

Youngstown amphitheater project set to begin<BR>

in the planning stages for a while, but the first phase of a multimillion-dollar project to erect The Youngstown Foundation Amphitheater will soon be underway.
Youngstown Finance Director Kyle Miasek said in mid-March contractors will begin work on the relocation of an 84-inch sewer line that runs through the site where the theat ... (full story)

Documents detail Ohio city's failed courtship of Amazon HQ2

Documents detail Ohio city's failed courtship of Amazon HQ2

CINCINNATI (AP) — An Ohio River city wooing Amazon's second headquarters offered urban cool and culture along with big-bucks incentives.
Cincinnati made a wide-ranging pitch for the Seattle-based e-commerce giant's second North American headquarters. Newly released files offer a behind-the-scenes look at the hectic weeks af ... (full story)